I dropped my DS riding on some dirt roads the other day, taking it easy and checking out the scenery. I hit a patch of sand going about 5-10 mph. It grabbed the front tire and stopped me. I dropped the bike on its right side, though I basically lowered it to the ground. I hit the kill switch, stood it up, and looked it over. Dusty, a couple scratches on the barkbuster, that's about it. Or so I thought. I noticed my rear brake was kinda weird. I finally looked at it today. The bracket that holds the brake switch was bent up into the engine case, It kinked the wire going into the switch. I was able to bend everything roughly back in place. I noticed the switch is toast, I've already ordered a new one from Ducati Omaha. My issue I really have, as the bike is rideable without the switch, is my tail light and brake lights don't work. Even the front brake doesn't cause the light to come one. Could this be related to the switch being broken? I'd also like to point out it's a bad design for an "off-road" bike to have the rear brake switch in such a precarious position.