I park my bike on the street in New York City- which at best is a non-ideal situation. Luckily I have a permanently stationed NYPD detail on my corner (for a diplomat or something), and I'm usually able to get a pot near their patrol car. I cover my bike in a Dowco outdoor cover I've been very happy with SO FAR... I came out to get my V this morning and was told by the doorman of the building I'm parked in front of (a friend who also looks out for my bike) that last night my bike was blown over by the wind! So apparently 2011 Versys + Pelican topcase + Fairly tight cover +40mph wind= giant sail that will flip your bike over and ruin your day real quick. I was none to pleased. However- for the GOOD part: The :clap: NYPD :clap: officer in the car saw this happen. Not only did he let the doorman know he also righted the bike. Needless to say he didn't have to do anything in that situation, and he really went above and beyond the call of duty. Unfortunately he wasn't on duty when I came out to hear all of this, but I'm going to make sure I thank him when I see him next. So far as the bike is concerned it appears the only damage was to the bar end which seems to have taken the hardest hit, the side of the pelican case, and some very minor scratching on the plastics. No indication of any contact with any of the engine components. Ironically- I was on my way out to install my new SW crash bars . So besides that and possibly a slightly bent handlebar (so slight it can't be seen really, just felt- or maybe i'm looking to hard for problems...) I think my Versys is ok. Are there any common results of a tip-over I should be looking for specifically? She started right up, no warning lights or anything, and she seemed to run normally (save for maybe feeling slightly higher in the handlebar on the side it fell on)...