Join Date: Mar 2011
Year/Make/Model: 2006 Kawasaki Vulcan
Color: Ebony Black/Galaxy Silver
As stated above, you gotta get back on the horse or you may never ride again. Parking lots or empty roads, (back roads, neighborhoods, etc)
Get back on that bike ride slow and easy get used to the feel of the bike again. Stay away from other traffic if possible and build your confidence up.
Someone much wiser than me once said, there are those that have dropped their bikes and those that will drop their bikes.
Realize now that you are a member of the former group. Pull yourself up by your boot straps and conquer the fear and hesitation that comes with recovering after a spill. I am glad you were not hurt and that your bike wasn't damaged. Ego hits keep us humble. Wear the gear you wear, ride safely and file that event away as just part of the price for riding a motorcycle.
06 1500 Classic FI (Anniversary Edition)
Reward the truth, punish the liars...Ted Nugent
Last edited by Dean; 09-28-2015 at 12:24 PM.