Has anyone experienced temporary ABS failure on the front brake on the AT? I think it happened to me today. I was two hours into a long dirt road ride and coming into corner as I had been doing all day, except this time it was different. The front brake started locking up and because of this I couldn't get the bike to turn, which resulted in me doing a low speed lay down of the bike into some soft grass thankfully. I got the bike up and starting riding slowly, came to another turn, hit the front brake and it skidded again. At that point, I noticed the ABS light was blinking. I can't verify it was blinking before the fall, but the symptoms (no ABS) were there prior to and after the fall. At that point, I turned the bike off completely, let it sit a minute, turned it back on, started rolling and the ABS light went off like it normally does. No problems stopping the rest of the ride and no more blinking ABS light. The service manual says the following: ANTI-LOCK BRAKE SYSTEM (ABS) (CRF1000A/D) DTC INDEX • The ABS indicator might blink in the following cases. Correct the faulty part. – Incorrect tire pressure. – Tires not recommended for the motorcycle were installed (incorrect tire size). – Deformation of the wheel or tire. • The ABS indicator might blink while riding under the following conditions. This is temporary failure. Be sure to erase the DTC (page 20-6). Then, test-ride the motorcycle above 10 km/h (6 mph) and check the DTC (page 20-6). Ask the rider for the riding conditions in detail when the motorcycle is brought in for inspection. Ask the rider for the riding conditions in detail when the motorcycle is brought in for inspection. – The motorcycle has continuously run bumpy roads. – The front wheel leaves the ground for a long time when riding (wheelie). – Only either the front or rear wheel rotates. – The ABS operates continuously. – The ABS control unit has been disrupted by an extremely powerful radio wave (electromagnetic interference). Prior to this, I had disabled rear ABS and turned on the G switch. This was the first time I had ever used the rear ABS disable feature as well. Has anyone seen or hear of this before?