So it's taken me a few months, and I've got my first injury. Fortunately there was no drop, so the hip pocket was injured at all, cause that would probably hurt more. So I'm on my way to work, I need to turn left at a t-intersection. I didn't do anything to differently to usual, except I finally have some proper boots instead of lace up work boots. As I come around the corner, the pitiful cruiser ground clearance comes into play, but because of the new boots, my ankle movement is reduced, and suddenly my toe makes contact instead of my heel. Anyway, long story short, my toe digs in and wrenches my leg away. My boot and bike suddenly had opposing ideas, boot wanting to stop for a rest, bike wanting to continue on it's merry way. With the ankle fully supported, the next best stress point was my knee. Felt a flash of burning pain, it had all but abated a few minutes later, but damn it hurt. Not ashamed to admit it was shock enough to make me a bit giddy for a few minutes, lucky I was at work so I was able to just park the bike and get off without the stress of finding somewhere safe to pull up. Put some ice on it, and within half an hour it had started to swell and ache and hurt to move. Wasn't planning on seeing a quack, but I had to because I needed ice at work, it needed to be logged, which meant I had to go see one. Took me a week to get to him. It's pretty much sorted now, no swelling, no pain when moving, just a constant dull ache. He had a poke and a prod and a push around and said there's no ligament damage, and it's most likely just a bruised cartilage. Now I'm more keen than ever to get off my restrictions and get a nice little naked to poke around town on.