I have an 08 thruxton bought new last july. I've put 5200 miles on it since then. Last week when riding back from the coast, I was going 60-65 on a back highway straight away. Suddenly out of no where I had serious front end wobble. I had just enough time to figure out what was going on (maybe 2 seconds) before i was thrown off the bike. Luckily i walked away with 2 broken toes and a sprained thumb, I was wearing all my gear. The bike is borderline totaled. I had a friend riding behind me who saw the whole thing and told me that nothing she could see caused it. I wasn't swerving, I had both hands on the bars, didn't hit the brake or clutch and there wasn't any big potholes in the road. I trailered the bike to the dealer to get estimates to fix it and to see if they could figure out what happened. The bike has never wobbled on me before. The dealer couldn't find anything concrete wrong with the bike, front end was tight, good tires, air pressure and wheels. If the insurance company decides to fix the bike I am extremely hesitant to ride the bike again. I was lucky it decided to do this on a empty stretch of road, if it does it again I might be as lucky. Any suggestions? The sad thing is I love the bike.