And the bike motor was off. Here's how it happened. I belong to a hunting lease in which the roads into it are blocked from non-members of the lease. There are two large diameter metal pipes sunk into cement on both sides of the entrance. Cut-outs are made in the two pipes large enough to allow a smaller diameter pipe to fit through. The smaller diameter pipe goes through both cut-outs of the larger pipes. The smaller pipe is about 3 feet off the ground and blocks the entrance. One end of the smaller pipe has a rod welded to it which prevents that end of the pipe from being pulled through the larger pipe. The other end of the smaller pipe has a hole drilled through it for a padlock. When the padlock is on, the smaller pipe cannot be slid through the larger pipe cut-outs. Thus, the entrance is blocked. All members of the lease have padlock keys which allow the members to gain access. The entrance I was taking the bike to has a small hill from the main road to the gate. I killed the engine and coasted down to the gate. Not really sure what happened when I reached the gate but the bike started to tip to the right side. From past experience when this happens, there is no way I can stop it with one foot on the ground. When the bike tipped, I struck the pipe with my right shoulder. Very painful. Didn't know if I could even ride the bike home. Made it home but top of right shoulder was swelled badly and very painful. Couldn't move my right arm to the left side because of the pain. Thought I had either fractured a clavicle of got a rotator cuff injury. Went to the doctor the next day for X-rays. No broken bone and no injury to rotator cuff. Final diagnosis was a very bad shoulder bruise. Was told it would probably heal within a week if I didn't use my right arm to any great extent. Lesson learned- The DR650 is a very heavy bike and may be impossible to keep upright when it starts to tip. But I already knew this from past experience. Just bad luck to be near the gate when it happened. But it could have been worse. Could have struck the gate with head or neck. Was just luck I contacted the gate with my shoulder. Still very painful and have limited use of my right arm. But should hopefully be healed by start of Black Powder season on October 19. Would hate to take the recoil of a high powered rifle in my right shoulder if it's not healed.