So I went on my first true sumo ride with a buddy from work the other day, we hit some good twisties and then decided to take it off into some trails. I informed him that I didn't have any off-road experience and would be taking it easy and getting to know how the bike handled in these situations. Well that is what I told him at least...I ended up getting sucked into the fun I was having and as we were heading down the mountain road on the last corner of dirt I ended up locking the back wheel as I was trying to brake and slow down for the corner. The back end started to slide out to the left which was fine as I still felt in control and then I hit some rain ruts that were pretty decent sized and it caused the bike to gain traction and highside. End result was a broken left clavicle which is going to need some screws and plates and a big life lesson, don't ride above your ability which I had forgotten since I wasn't in my normal element and still a newb to off-road riding. I know better than to try and keep up yet ignored that little voice in my head, I'm just glad I was wearing the proper gear to keep from getting injured any further and hopefully I'll be back on 2 real soon.