She had sat in my wife's garage for about 10 months. I had just finished with an oil change. I parked her at the bottom of the driveway off to the side leaving plenty of room for cars coming and going. I went into the house to get myself ready for a test ride. I went out and took a photo and promptly posted it on Facebook. That's when Mark Martin (from way across The Pond) left a comment saying that the brake lever looked as though it was pointing 90° downward. I told him that couldn't be. After all, the bike was sitting upright every time I looked out the window. My step-daughter was backing out of the driveway and tapped the front tire just enough to tip it over. She must have panicked and immediately got out of her car and somehow stood her back up before I noticed. Fortunately, the bike was parked over what used to be lawn so it was a soft landing. I considered bending it back, but it seemed like it would be difficult to do without snapping it. Then I remembered AF1. I went online and saw that they had exactly 1 unit in stock! $90 plus shipping. Aggravating, but it could have been much worse.