The most important question... the one not answered as of yet -- WTF happened? Where is the oil leak? Has it already been fixed?
I thought I gave a quick summary but I'll post a more detailed time line of events.
* Pulled the bike out the garage and started it to warm it up (old choke bike remember)
* As I was closing up the garage I noticed a patch of oil on the back tyre.
* Wiped the oil off and thought that will be fine I will just take it really easy until its had time to scrub off.
* house is on the corner of a T junction on a slope so I usually just roll out to the junction in neutral or with the clutch in
* went to pull out and turn left (we drive on the left btw)
* at that point the back tyre spooled up, burnt off the oil & heat up the tyre. the tyre bit in an high sided me off the other side all at walking pace and within about 6 feet.
* cut the engine, lifted the bike and pulled it to the side of the road.
* reopened the garage door and rolled the bike the 20ish feet back into it.
* went back out and picked up my broken bit of fairing (which will prove vital at the body shop)
* took off my gear, jumped in the car and went to work.
the oil is from the old carpet covering the garage floor, I must've spilled oil during the oil change and its soaked into the carpet and obviously oil doesn't really dry in.
its not leaking from the bike, thankfully.
Rider is ok minus a sore shoulder, which I'm sure is just impact damage and not a broken collar bone.
luckily years of being a black belt in judo natural reflex was to roll out the landing which i'm sure has paid into the fact i'm not as injured. well that and really good protective equipment.
the strip down begins on Sunday, the fairings will be passed to the body shop and I will start stripping the broken bits and give a full health check on the bike but I'm sure it will be a couple months before its back on the road which is a shame as I'm going to miss some good weather and a few events which I was really looking forward to. Always next year I guess.