This side isn't too bad...
The front end...
This is the side that went down, I can't believe the tank doesn't have a scratch on it. One of the corner marshalls told me I need to teach his kids to crash as he can't believe how well the bike did.
Not sure how my controls survived and my master cylinder didn't, but it works for me!
Poor tail and pipe...
The frame sliders did their job, saved my clutch and swingarm for sure, plastics aren't too bad either!
Boy am I glad I had this because the only part of the actual falling to the ground I remember was how hard I hit my head and thinking "Eh, that didn't hurt too bad!"
Jacket held up good, just scuffs on the right arm, the shoulder areas, and the back. No rips or tears!
Pants held up good too, its harder to see the damage on these as they're black.
All in all I'm doing ok, Ive got a "rug burn" on my elbow from my armor or something on the inside up of jacket. My hip and ankle are bruised up, surprisingly my boots have no damage on them at all. Yesterday my ribs were killing me, but today they're fine. It feels like every muscle in my body is just worked to death, especially my back and my neck. Unfortunately the bike is my primary means of transportation, yeah how stupid am I to race it, so I need to go get some parts and a helmet fast! I figured out it'll probably cost me around $500-$700 for the parts and another $300-$400 for the helmet. I personally think I got off pretty cheap, and any crash that you can walk away from is a good one. So if anything, if you ride, please wear a helmet and gear. You may think you look wierd or dorky wearing your "Power Ranger" leathers on a crotch rocket, but it will at least save you hours in the emergency room getting the road rash scrubbed out of your wounds with a brush, if not your life. Keep the shiny side up and the rubbery side down!