I posted this a couple other places back when it happened but never posted it here. I was running harder than I should have been (stupid on my part) just because I was feeling good that day. I'd stepped out away from the guys I was riding with and had "THAT" thought. "I'm coming up on St. Meinrad, I better slow down".... then.... "ahhh, one ore curve." Came around the curve (blind corner) and there sat a LWB Dually with a HUGE horse trailer stopped in the middle of the road. Hard on the front brake. Tire locks. Release before it washes out. Back on it and apply some back brake. Realize I'm not scrubbing fast enough and get on brakes harder. Back locks unexpectedly and starts to slide out. Once it came around on me I just stayed on it as I didn't want it to grab and snap. Stayed on the brake until I realized I was NOT going to get stopped in time to keep from hitting the trailer. Released the brakes as I aimed for the outside left corner of said trailer. Back grabbed hard, snapped up and threw me off the seat with feet nearly coming off pegs. Caught it, straightened it and barely cleared the corner of the trailer and just missed the extended mirror on the dually (was trying to stay as close as to the yellow as I could because I didn't know what was coming from the other way). Got back on the brake hard and stopped about 20 or 30 feet in front of the truck where there was a fireman stopping traffic so that cars could come out of the Monte Casino Shrine where they were having their annual service. I always joke that he looked like a noob Jedi trying to stop me with the force. Eyes wide, hand out and fingers spread. It was close and next bike in line pulled in beside me a few seconds later and said that he could see smoke and the black line and asked what happened. Close call for me. Lesson learned. Sometimes you just gotta slow down and enjoy the ride and ALWAYS listen to that "voice" in your head. Can just barely see some of the black marks as they were points that I was trying to modulate the brakes to get the lock up to stop. Slide actually happened twice. The second lock up was when it really got sideways. I posted this pic the other day but I'm going to post it again as it was taken after going back and taking the above pics. It just happened to be a good place to take a low down pic from when I parked to go back and check out the skid marks.