When you fall off (or drop the bike in this case) it's important to get back on the horse. I've always heard that but is it true? I don't know but I decided I'd go ahead and do it today. No rear brakes because the pedal is too bent so I had to make do with just the front. So I just stayed in my subdivision where there is very little traffic. Managed to get in 2 miles without any problems. I was worried about it stalling because after I dropped it yesterday I had to wait about 15 minutes before it would start and it did cut out on me a few times on the way home. But today it ran fine. According to UPS tracking my adjustable shift lever should arrive from Tec Bike Parts tomorrow. Once that gets here I'm going to go ahead and order the adjustable rear brake pedal from them too. Since I have to take off the bent rear brake pedal anyway, I might as well go ahead and replace it with the adjustable one at the same time. I'm also probably going to eventually get the adjustable foot pegs. I've seen a number of reviews of the 650 Interceptor that complained about the foot pegs hitting them in the calf muscles when they stopped and I'm having the same issue. It's annoying.