Lowsided the Beemer in a really tight corner. I went too fast and leaned the bike too hard and the left head hit the ground, pivoted the wheels off the ground and slid about twenty yards. Some cosmetic damages (headlight bent but still working, broken left front signal, damaged left cylinder head cover, slightly dented tank, tweaked clutch and bent left bar end) but otherwise the bike was rideable. The bike actually slid off the road, off the turn-out, over a berm and went off the cliff. Thank goodness there was a small tree and vines that kept the bike and me from rolling all the way down. It was a cliff but it wasn't a dead drop or anything like that. Anyway, four people stopped and went out of their ways to help me get the bike out. We had to use a Jeep and some cargo straps to pull the bike out. Those people were heaven sent!!! As for me, leathers saved my skin. I'm a bit bruised and aching all over but not a scratch. The suit is scuffed but that's about it. Z Custom Leathers rule!!! Amazingly enough the helmet didn't even touch the ground. I slid and then rolled. I figured my speed was maybe 40-MPH when I crashed. I felt in total control when I hit the corner, I didn't feel like I was going too fast or too slow until I leaned the bike over and lowsided. Memo to self, "The Rockster can't take a corner like the Tuono can." Pics will follow.