Man, did I learn an important lesson today! Headed up to the local BP (free air) since my tires were reading 4 pounds low each. As I pull up to the hose stand, all I'm really thinking about is leaving a little room to pull forward if needed to get access to the tire stems. What I didn't notice is the pavement has a slight incline down towards the curb and the hose stand and I'm parking 90 degrees to the curb, front tire first. Engine off, ignition off, jiffy stand down time to dismount. As I'm swinging my leg up, I notice the bike moving forward slightly and the jiffy stand moving back to the retract position. YIKES!! Luckily, I shut it down in gear so it didn't roll far and I noticed it in time to immediately cease the dismount operation and get the bike situated again. Then came lesson number two. Start her back up, time to leave - oops - didn't leave enough room to turn left or right because of the damn curb - well, I'll just roll her back enough to make room. Let me tell you - a Street Glide weighs a ton when your trying to roll her backwards, UPHILL! My legs are gonna be sore tomorrow! Sometimes I feel so dumb! If this helps anyone at anytime I feel like I've contributed to the betterment of society!