I was going to say "I know exactly how you feel. My in-laws have a 1/2 mile long, winding gravel drive that's rarely ever fully graveled. Usually if I have a passenger I'll get a little squirrelly on certain muddy parts. One of my riding buddies started out (after training on my KZ) on an '83 Goldwing with the fairings removed. On one trip up the drive he hit some slick mud coming in. He started to tip in slow motion and my sister-in-law pretty much just hopped off the back and got out of the way. He proceeded to slide onto the engine guards and get a little mud on his jeans and the bike. The real battle was getting it back upright ."Splash said:When the radiator's full of mud. Gravel and dirt driveway, my greatest threat of laying the bike down happens before I get to the road.