Today, in preparation for my trip to Indianapolis for the MotoGP, I decided to set up my trailer to carry the F4. I'm taking the wife to Chicago to visit relatives and will ride the bike from Chicago to Indy for the festivities. I bought a metal ramp, ratchet tie downs and a sport chock. I anchored the trailer so it wouldn't move and put the ramp against the back of the trailer. I'm by myself so I decided to use the engine to propel the bike up the ramp. I got the front wheel in the trailer but had to stop to get my footing and then attempted to get it the rest of the way into the trailer. I slipped the clutch, spun the rear tire and it spit the ramp off the trailer, causing the back of the bike to drop off the rear of the trailer. It landed on the body work and fortunately didn't fall over, but now I've got a bike sitting on the back edge of the trailer, can't go forward or backward. I did a quick check and there didn't seem to be any damage. I was able to pick up the back end and pull it out far enough for the rear wheel to touch down but the front is still on the trailer and I didn't have a way of letting go or else it would fall over. I was able to lasso the sport chock and pull it to the front end, then push the bike into the sport chock so I could let it go. Jacked up the front end of the trailer thus lowering the back end enough so I could back the bike down and drop the front on to the ground. A few scratches on the underside of the bottom plastic but otherwise ok. I then figured out a more safe way to load the bike and am now prepared for the trip. Duh!!!