At least for a few seconds today. From what I remember, I was using the front brake down a big hill to try and carefuly slow, hit a patch in the pavement (probably one of those water line replacement patches that end up sunken after one freeze-thaw cycle) and perhaps a spot of black ice this morning.
I seem to have made it through OK. Some road rash on my left knee, some on my left elbow and some on my left hip. Not a single scratch or mark on the helmet, though, so I'm guessing that my knee/thigh/hip/stomach absorbed the impact then my left cheek got the pavement a bit.
After I loosened up the quill and straightened the handlebars, the bike appears to be perfectly fine. I do have some huge scratches on the handlebar, light, left brake lever and it looks like I'll need to replace the barrel adjusters everywhere. The worst though is that my wonderful B67 has a big gouge at the rear. I suppose it's pre-disastered now. Otherwise my Trek L200 is built like a Panzer. No problems riding the rest of the way into work.
I am going to leave my bike at work (safely indoors) and come back for it over the weekend. I'm a bit shaken up and I know that I'll be pretty sore by tomorrow. I'll probably stay off the bike for a bit now.
This is my second fall this week due to crappy conditions. I would have bought some Marathon winters today, but everyone is sold out, even the more expensive places. I may just stay off the bike until I get studded tires in.