Second ride - first drop. Yeah, it happened already. I didn't even get out of the neighborhood good. Came to a slight up hill stop sign with intention to turn right. Got the bike leaning over too far to the right on the wonky hill and couldn't hold it up so down it went. Fortunately some guys saw it happen and came to help. Not sure I could have gotten it back up by myself because of the slope of the street. Anyway, they got the bike up and we rolled it back down to a level spot. As far as I can tell the only damage is a bent brake lever and a little scuff on the end of the handle bar. So I thanked the guys and said "Well, I can either go home or keep riding. I'm gonna keep riding". Went on to have a nice little ride after that. Now I have to decide on whether to go to the local shop to get a lever or order one. Doggone thing is pretty expensive for what it is. It is still usable, obviously, or I wouldn't have kept riding. As they say, "stuff" happens. I'm sure the wife isn't going to be too happy about it though. She was hoping I would sell the Vulcan and not get another.