After getting my 00 in 05, I was told by one member of a local group, You'll never stop it from going over, you can only slow its decent.
This fine gent also educated me on the proper method of parking for a gas-up. As mention before... Pull up to the pump, flip out the side stand while in gear, release the clutch, and let her roll foward till trany stops and ease her to the side while turning all the way to the left.
Now, My count is somewhere inbetween 5-10. But my first time was at the end of an 11 day, 4300 mile post 2005 CCR run, upon which time the she was waiting for me to board after a fill-up. I sauntered back to the bike after getting my receipt from inside, and had then experienced the OHST (Operator Head Space and Timing) problem
She was overpacked, heavy to say the least, and as I got on from the left side, there appairently was alittle to much bounce of my butt and once things got past the 10% angle, I could feel the weight shift and knew where I was heading and fast.
Not thinking I could have just stuck my foot out against the pump, me and my short legs attempt to stand on the pump riser, which was further down than the 10% angle.
So.. There I lie riding sideways, looking through 1/2 a broken windshield that the pump took half of, with my right side trapped between the pump riser and the bike. Vern, the attendant and two others came running to the rescue. Vern instructed were to grab and gave the command, 1,2 Lift!
After 5 mins of... Lets call it decompression, I stored the broken piece and we drove the remainder of 60 some miles to home.
Most noteably was my recent attempt to get her up on the Kendon trailer from a gravel parkway. Neither the trailer ramp or the bike appreciated the gravel. The ramp gave out first, leaving the bike mid-way and thats when I began to learn how to fly, about 8 ft to the right, kinda like getting bucked of a horse.
Much to my amazment, the only damage was a few scratches, even though she was half-on half-off the trailer, and wedged into the right fender well of the trailer. Oh, and the right trailer signal assembly got it too.
Now... as for my method of pickup... Coming from your more common tip-over on pavement experience
If she's on her right side, I extend my kick stand and make sure she's in gear. Then I come around to the other side, give her alittle lift up, then do a 180 of my body so my butts below the the crotch of the sadle, meanwhile my left hand is holding the right hand grip, and my right hand grasping the side case handle, I do the dual leg push-up while doing alittle arm pull and up she comes and goes over onto the side stand. You can also grasp the brake lever for added assurance, but I've not need to so far.
As for bringing her up if she's down on her left side, then I do just the opisite, but this time about 2/3'ds the way up, I switch my right hand from the clutch hand grip, to the right hand grip, and with the bike still at a small angle, give my body a twist so I'm facing the foward direction, then either get on the bike, or whip out the side stand.