The other day I was coming home from work, and decided to take a longer route than usual due to heavy traffic. This route involves a near zero speed sharp left turn that starts downhill, then goes uphill immediately after. I entered at about 5-10 kph and as soon as I started to turn left my rear tire either hit a slimey spot or I had to much rear brake on.. Regardless, the rear end went to the right very fast. I was already leaning over at this point and had to dab my left leg down, but because it was at the beginning portion of the uphill, leaned over, the distance was not to far.. I immediately felt a twinge of pain in my left knee as my foot hit the concrete. I looked at the spot after I regained control from the near low side and din't see anything where I rolled over. Strange There was a car waiting on the hill to turn, one behind me turning and another that was racing up from the other direction. If I went down, I'm sure one one have hit me due to the distance I was being followed at. Anyway..The pain is gone, the KLR is fine. I'm glad I was ATGATT (always) in case I went down, but it opened my eyes a bit..Seemingly dry concrete that I slid so easily on.. Not that exciting, but I thought I'd post anyway..