Dude... I had a similar accident last year. I was at a light turning right on red. I was about a month into riding, hell maybe 5th time on the road. I decided it was time to not sit and wait for traffic to pass that was 10 miles away, so I gunned it out into the lane. I missed my shift into 2nd and went into neutral. I revved freely. Freaked. Fixated on the car my bike was going towards and had visions of smacking it. I got it in gear and gassed it. There was sand in the intersection (it was early March) and the ass end slipped right out. Broke my pinky and got a concussion. It was completely avoidable.. point being.. we make mistakes and decide whether we want to get back up and ride or not. I chose to eventually. I was fortunate. Glad to see you had your gear on.
Takes a real man to admit it could be avoided Although there are three lanes into three lanes those hatchings create a pinch point for the outer 2 lanes (dumb design) but at least you're ok and next time you know to jump on the Audi with a soft roof
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