Alright, So any time I've ever dropped my bike is due to gravel. First time was because I didn't pick out a good spot in the road to stop, and the other 2 were because no one ever mentioned that you should stop with both brakes, unless you're in gravel. Anyways, I've finally mastered how to get into my driveway but there is still one problem. My driveway is down hill, with loose gravel. Once I come down the hill, I have to stop fairly quickly or I'll hit the curb of my yard. The issue I'm having is that I can't seem to not slide the rear tire when making that stop. As loose as the gravel is, and as touchy as my brakes are, I can't seem to find a good method. Here's how I come into my driveway and maybe someone can give me some experienced input: Going down highway, I'll move over to shoulder. As I am coasting to the turn into my house, I'm shifting down to first. At the turn, I stop as to be able to have total control of the throttle. I gently pull in the clutch to better lower my speed and go into my driveway slowly. At the bottom, I squeeze the rear brake and the tire slides around a bit until I come to a stop.