No comparison to some of the real (and scary) faceplants here, but . . . Entering the parking lot at work yesterday, pickup truck behind me, doing a u-turn to where I usually park. Turning up an incline of maybe 15 - 20 degrees then down to the spot. Slowed down to give the truck time to clear and physics took over. Centripetal force disappeared and downward force did not. Stuck my leg out and attempted to stop it, but it was to late and the bike dropped on its side at about 1mph. Once I knew I was going down I let go and cleared the bike as I willingly fell backwards. Somehow I just rolled over backwards and popped up on my feet, said a few expletives, took a quick trauma evaluation, looked around to make sure nobody saw it (like your pet does when they do something graceful), shut the bike off and picked it up. Not so much as a scratch or bruise. Back armor and boots prolly helped here. Busted mirror, scuffed valve cover (boxer), and small scuff on rear luggage box (pelican), which prolly saved lots of other stuff. Be careful out there.