Williams crash made me think about a few things. First being that I made it, I'm here, and in one piece. I learned to ride years ago, and I'm on my 4th bike, 3rd owned. I got lucky (all how you take it) and lowslided my VFR early on. And that lowslide told me everything I needed to know about motorcycling. That this sport isn't easy, it's not safe, (although you can make it safe, or minimize the risk in this case) and it isn't for everyone. Like the poor sap who wants to be a pro Athelete, or the guy who wants the prom queen, it just doesn't happen for everybody. Many people buy a sportbike because they see it on TV, in a commercial, or see a guy on the road doing a standup. Then they find out, like Williams did, that these things just aren't for everybody.