A friend and I were riding some dirt roads up in NH, street bikes with street tires him on his SV650 and me on my R65. We come across a marked ATV trail and decide to take it as far as we can. We rode through a massive mud puddle, up a very rough rocky hill, and down the other side was basically tree root stairs 1ft down each step ad nauseam for 1/2 mile. The trail was awesome and at trail end it kicks us out onto a side road with a dirt shoulder with a sharp slope down about 3 feet from the pavement. We agree to stop for a second and shake the mud off and take a breather (we were on street bikes after all). I go to set the kickstand and get off the bike and with my fatigue of that brutal trail the bike begins to lean opposite the road down the shoulder toward the 3ft ditch. I can't jump off quick enough and the bike lands hard on my right leg up to the knee. I'm basically upside down with leg pinned, gas spilling on my riding jeans, bike still running and I have absolutely no leverage at all to lift the bike up or slide my leg out. I was laughing because I had a friend to help but without that I don't know if I'd have been so chipper. It took both of us to right it. We had all the gear so my dual sport boots saved any bruising on the ankle. Be careful out there.