The blue fluid lost is anti-freeze - so check the coolant level in the rear reservoir!!
Most of us have dropped their bike at some time. As others say there's a learning process because these are very heavy bikes. I use Protechs method quite a bit, especially the sidestand trick. Your bike has merely been 'baptised' and just entered the order of K-bikes.
Here's a few things that came to mind when I first got mine and had some scary moments:
1) Look for level solid ground. A slight level slope rearwards is OK but frontwards needs the bike parked up in gear and you have to remember to reverse the sequence before riding off.
2) Ashphalt melts in hot weather: Either fit a 'Big Foot' on the sidestand or carry a 4"x4" plate in your bag.
3) On the highway, watch for steep camber near curbs. Park 45-90 degrees to the curb with the rear wheel just touching. Push the sidestand down before dismounting and learn to look down and judge its height before dismounting and rolling the bike on to it. Put your boot behind the sidestand as you rock the bike over - just in case you didn't spot a forward gradient.
4) Avoid riding on gravel - you can learn it, but it's scary.
5) When pulling up on the centre stand use very little pull on the bars (keep straight), put your right hand under the frame and use your foot hard on the stand to 'rotate' the bike on to it.
6) Carrying pillion: Rider mounts bike first centre stand up, sidestand down both feet planted and bike level or a slight angle towards the sidestand. Pillion mounts right side away from the (hot) can, push sidestand up and ride off.
7) Avoid doing 360 deg. turns and make them wide if you do them (low speed tipover)
8) If you layup the bike for a while or go on a trip, remind yourself to be careful as you will need to re-educate yourself on the weight and stand operation.
9) Wear proper riding boots as anything else on a wet surface may slip as you are hauling the bike up on the stand.
10) You may feel secure and confident in your garage, but space may be limited to shunt the bike around. Always put the sidestand down when pushing the bike about, push from the left side so it leans slightly to the left. If your clutch doesn't drag too much and you have short arms, slip the shift into second and use the clutch as a brake if you're holding the frame.
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