I was the same after my crash, but I only lost the 5 seconds before it was happening, then it was slow-mo fixed in the brain. Years later I went back to the spot and seeing the layout brought back those seconds, Yeah I'm a stupi-doop but at least I know. Really it means you have to go back to the spot Seriously the road conditions change so suddenly on the Dempster and the fact that we are conditioned as riders to look way ahead your mind might have focused on the grader and missed the slight change in the conture of the road. The graded berm looks the same as the rest of the graded road until your on it. My experience was coming on to a wet Calcium spot that had been just graded then rained on. The low spot just after Eagle Plains. Came around the corner and some Bikers way ahead standing at their bikes caught my attention, didn't notice the colour change in the road. As I backed off the throttle the rig went totally sideways, ( yeah I cheat now) Slick as black ice. As I got to the bikes both riders were yelling to keep going and they were OK and that I would never get going again, They were right, with out the knobby I wouldn't have. Met them both a year later and got their story, they're both part of my riding club. Small world. Any ways just about every bike went down on that section that day, no signs or any warning. The Dempster is a wonderful road but it can bite you bad just about every other second. Glad you came out with only a bit of a bent bike and a bruise or two and many great memories. I am curious about IBA rides and have come close a few time, never planned and never recorded just wanted to get home. Now I don't think I could do one now, riding the rig changes things, oh I still pound down the miles from time to time but I stop and look more, reflect more. Start later in the AM and stop earlier. None of it fits But I digress, Congrats on Getting to Tuk, one of a few that has been able to see it before it changes.