For those of us video-disadvantaged at our workplaces, can someone please tell us what make/model of bike he was riding? I also can't see the helmet from the pic to know why it's being cited as another element upon which Mr. Pitt needs to improve.
I will say that they were accurate in Motorcycle Safety classes when they told us that most incidents happen in low-speed situations. I've laid my bike over exactly once - when trying to back out of a parking spot in a rolling/uneven parking surface. Things were fine rolling backwards. But when I went to give it gas and engage the throttle, I started to topple. And once the weight of the bike passes that certain angle, you've got pretty much no chance of catching it - especially when your feet aren't on level ground. I pounded the foot peg down and rode on my way - no real scratches to bear witness to my folly. #carcrashes