So, after a fresh dusting of snow slicked up the streets a little, I felt the urge to see how far I can skid. After doing about 5 skids of about 100 feet each, I let my hands off of the bars. This felt pretty cool, so I wanted to try it going down a road through campus. So, I get to about 15 mph going down a slight grade, and slam back hard, starting the skid. I moved my legs up to hold the bars, and slowly let my hands go. This is when things went bad. The front wheel hit a bump, sending it into a wobble, and as I tried to recover, I was slammed to the ground. Now, let me further paint the picture here: My bars are set up so that if my thighs are holding them, the stem is holding my Mr. Dangles. On the way down, I crushed Mr. Dangles against a nice, cold piece of forged 6061 aluminum. I almost cried it hurt so bad, and had to check if they were ripped off in the process.