Ok, I am sharing this one cause the story is kinda funny but it hurt like hell...... One slippery day in April, 5 years ago, I was riding at a place called Tailings Pond in Hope BC. I was on a CR250 and my friend was on her TTR125. We were looking for some new trails to try out and came across one called "Ted's Glass Eye".We stopped and looked at eachother, did the old "shouldershrug" and went for it. It started out okay, then.....the trail got narrow, and steeper. We kept going up, fighting with the handlebars in between the trees, it was getting a bit nasty but we kept going. I came around a sharp corner in third gear, noticed a steep cliff to the right of me and thought....F&^...then I did it, too much throttle, the rear end slid out and before I knew it I was folded up like a pretzel in between a couple trees. I layed there for awhile, dared not move, my right shoulder was killing me. My friend rides up and stops........Jewel...you ok? Then she starts laughing cause of the way i was positioned. I told her i was not ok but stopped her from helping me up....I asked her to get the camera out of my pack cause no one would ever believe this.....she took the pic. (I will find it and post it)...Now I was laughing.....but not for long. She helped me up, and there i was a dislocated shoulder in the middle of nowhere. I leaned against a tree and had her push into me to try to pop it back into place, it did not really work... We had to get my bike up and turned around....the trail was not wide enough and I only had one good arm. We turned my friends bike around first, easy, light...now mine....it was a fight but after half an hour we got it. I kept thinking we were going to lose it over the cliff. With the worst over, I sat on the bike, draped my arm over the handlebar to support it and put the bike in Neutral, thank god we were on a steep uphill and I was able to coast down the trail, it was not easy but... As soon as we got off the trail and onto the fire road I had to put the bike in gear, i just sorta rolled my arm over the throttle. I was a pro at steering with one arm at this point. I felt searing pain the shoulder but I had to make it back to the truck, we had another 6k's to go....In all my life I had never been so happy to see the guys......I rode up, dropped my bike and lied down..... The next day when I was in the hospital and the doc asked "How exactly did you do this" I handed him my digital camera and said "Here, see for yourself"