Got a ring at my door earlier and was told by some random lady that someone had knocked my bike over (it was parked in front of the building). Figuring "Hey, it happens," I ran out to pick it up and started evaluating the situation. First of all, it was on the centerstand (specifically to prevent knockovers) so it would take a rather hard hit to knock it over. It was down in such a way that the front end had slipped under the bumper of the car in front and the ground had a several inch gash in it. Also, the license plate and the front half of my Sargent seat were gone. Since the rear half of the seat locks, the front had to be purposely pried out. Then I start evaluating damage and notice that aside from some relatively minor scratches on the side it fell on, as well as a cracked mirror, there isn't much. Also, there were no cracks in the fairing where it would've been hit if it was knocked down by a car aside from a scratch on the back. What doesn't make sense is that if someone just hit it and left, than they wouldn't take the plate and seat. And if someone just wanted to steal the stuff, what's the point of knocking the bike down? This just happened like an hour ago, so I'm still in the early stages of grief that comes with no longer having my awesome seat. Honestly, I'm just not sure what to make of it. There was also a Garmin attached to the bike and that wasn't taken, even though the ram mount broke off. Nothing from under the seat either. I don't think I've pissed anyone off lately. Guess I'm just curious about how other people handled a similar situation. The feeling of helplessness sucks ass.