Had my first off on the Scout yesterday! My own stupid fault, to cocky and fast on a twisty undulating road along the summit of a local mountain range. Too busy enjoying the great views and came into a tight left too fast and headed straight ahead into the long grass and ended up on my left side. ABS worked well for the last couple of meters of tarmac and then laid over as soon as I hit the grass. Only thought that went through my mind was how am I going to explain the damage and cost to my Deb. Luckily after picking all the grass and dirt out the Scout has survived well, I have a very sore hip but nothing more serious thank goodness. I was well rugged up with full kit on, good boots and leathers kept me intact I reckon. Had difficulty getting her out of the grass! Was a much more sedate ride home and I am amazed at how strong the Indian Floorboards are as it took the weight and drag well, even the peg on the underside is still intact. Yesterday was a lucky day and a big reminder to slow down a bit.