The on-off switch is missing from the cruise control.
Not much damage visible from this angle, other than the windshield and
a crack between the turn signal and headlight.
More damage visible here.
Guess I won't be cutting this windshield down now.
Here's the left side of the fairing - probably the worst of the body
Left mirror and pocket area from above.
Left highway peg - this crash bar didn't suffer as much damage as the
Road rash on the left bag and lid - the long scratch is not accident
Scratches on the trunk lid.
The extent of the right side fairing damage.
The ball on the end of the brake lever is ground down a bit.
The right side of the engine showing where the peg poked a hole in the
The piece at the upper right of the rocker cover is part of the inner
Another shot of the right side of the engine showing the new crankcase
Here's a clearer shot of the right rocker cover.
Here you can see the underside of the right engine guard.
Here's the right bag guard.
The scuff marks on the saddlebag just below the pinstriping are from
the tow company's trailer.
Nice to see they care about the
vehicles they transport...
My riding gloves. (Right hand index finger on top, left hand
little finger below.)
Close-up of my gloves - I have matching damage on my left hand.
Additional Info - August 6, 2005
I started taking things apart on the bike to see what kind of damage the engine suffered.
So far it appears that all is O.K. - I did find a broken spark plug,
and of course the rocker cover and the timing belt heat shield, but at
least the timing belts are still intact, and the timing marks line up
where they should.
The right rocker cover with most of the pieces.
The fairing is toast, too!
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