I know better to ride when I'm tired, but I did it anyway. I was attempting a big ole hill climb in 3rd gear pinned. I was staring at a BIG rock to the right and of course in my tired state I was moving towards it like a woman to a jewelery store. I managed to get the front wheel past it, but my skid plate hammered it hard. The bike tossed sideways and spit me out. Unbelievable I rolled up the hill and walked away without a single scratch or bruise. The bike however suffered a different fate. I have the GYTR enduro skid plate the protects the stator and clutch covers and the skid plate is about an 1/8 inch thick. Well my biff put a fist sized dent in the left side. When I pulled the skid plate off I found the left frame rail just under the stator has a dent in it approximately the length and depth of my thumb above the knuckle. If it weren't for the skid plate, I would have smeared the left side of the case. The frame is not bent and no other damage was done. Do I have anything to be concerned about with a dented frame ?? Is there any way to fix this ?? I'm pretty anal about the condition of my bike and It bugs me knowing this relatively small dent exists.