Sounds identical to my story. Second day I had my bike I let it idle in neutral only to find the ground wasn't as level as I thought it was... It rolled off when I was about 10 feet away. All I could do was watch it and get sick to my stomach. Broken clutch handle was fixed for free by the dealer. Scratched Boulevard tank emblem is now gone (though it prevented any tank damage), Bent my shift lever (I actually like the new position better), cracked front turn signal (will be replaced with Kury soon). Only thing that will continue to be noticeable when I'm done is the fender support which has some small scratches from the concrete.azvforce said:Yup, mine fell over the other day when it was warming up. Broke the tip off the clutch lever and slightly damaged the rear fender support, THATS IT! Oh wait, it put a very small scratch on the back of my rearview mirror. Pretty amazing since it fell over on concrete.
The surface was not level that it was on, I believe thats why it fell. A locking kickstand would be nice though.