Well as you can tell from the title, this is not a happy story. Here is the jest of the story. I planned a nice 350 mile Labor Day Weekend journey no my 2003 Burgman 400. The first day I traveled around 100 miles everything went smooth. The second day I fueled up and checked the oil and then went to visit family and drove about 15 miles before I heard the dreadful bang. I was traveling about 70 mph on the highway when it happened. I immediately pulled over to the side of the highway and noticed bluish smoke (not a good sign) coming out of the exhaust. I of course tried to start it up and it wouldn’t even turn over. Everything was running fine up till that point with absolutely no previous signs of trouble. Once I called my in-laws to bring a trailer to rescue me I checked the oil, which was fine. When I got home I tried to turn the crankshaft and was unable to. I’m mainly asking for opinions, as I know trying to diagnose the problem without seeing the bike is virtually impossible. I need to decide if I should take the bike in or set it aside for a nice Michigan winter project. The real disappointing part is the bike only has 2,000 miles on it and yes the 600-mile service was performed on it. My only two ideas right now are, oil pump failed or metal fatigue of some kind. I’ll give you an update once I open things up tonight.