I had my first bicycle crash of the season.
I didn't watch where I was going and ran right into a retaining wall. I feel like a doofus, but it was worth it for the 879 calories I burned over the course of my ride. The retaining wall was about three feet high and I went right over the handlebars. I ended up with a scratched up hand and a very sore heel. I'm not exactly sure how I hurt my heel, but overall, things could have been much worse. I scratched plenty of paint off my bike and I have to re-true the front wheel. I also tore up my saddle, but I'm more or less fine. This is why it's important to wear your helmet.
If you're on the fence about trying out bicycling, do it. It's fairly low impact (except for the very rare extremely high impact moments which only happen if you're an idiot who doesn't watch where he's going) and it's tons of fun.
I'll leave you with the map and stats for today's ride.