Invader, I think he was on pain meds when inspecting the accident site (not before the accident).
Bulldozer, I had a similar accident during the past summer, but at 45mph. I had on all my gear and walked away; but had a sore right knee and right shoulder for a couple of weeks. About $150 to fix the bike; $50 to fix my gear.
I too did a lot of thinking about what happened. In my case, I had been riding over two hours; was following a line of cars down a shallow hill on a sweeping right hand turn. I think I was mentally tired, had my mind on other things, lost my focus on the ride. The lead car stopped unexpectedly to do a reverse turn, and I responded without thinking, and cranked down hard on the front brake. The bike went left, I went right; as you did.
I'm now quite sure that my spill was caused by squeezing the front brake too fast and too hard; which in turn was caused by my sub-conscious reaction, since I was not focused on what was happening around me. Since the accident, if I find my mind wandering, I simply remember the spill and get focused again. Next spring I also plan to practice emergency stops and take the Advanced Rider MSF course with my V.
Of course, you have to decide how to manage the risk with your riding. For me, riding the V is a nice part of my life, so I'm going to keep looking for ways to be safer and have fun. Lots of people ride for years, accident free. I'm going to try to emulate them.