I was coming back from Cherokee today, and stopped at Tallulah Gorge. When we started to leave, I was backing it up (manually), when my foot slipped on some loose gravel. I didn't drop the bike hard, just kinda laid it over, got off, and picked it back upright. When I tried to re-start it, it wouldn't fire. I pushed it across the road and tried it a couple more times. I finally put it in neutral, put the kickstand down, and got off. I stood there a minute or so scratching my head, and tried the starter once more. It fired off immediately, and gave me no more problems all the way back to Macon. The first time I laid it over, after I first got it, I didn't have any problem cranking it right back up, and I've laid it over on purpose to change the tire without any problem once I stood it back up. Does anyone know what might have caused this?