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Old 01-27-2013, 06:17 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by DavidBanner View Post
crashes are rarely caused by one single factor...usually there is a chain of events that lead up to a crash.
The "chain of events" in this case was another rider coming the other way losing control and crashing into the OP. Clearly not the OP's fault and the OP did what he could in the situation but IMO the "chain of events" here was the oncoming rider being a dipshit riding beyond his skill level and putting other people at risk.

The oncoming rider was a perpetrator, not a victim.

It simply amazes that people, even the OP, would ignore the 100% culpability of the oncoming rider in this case.

I wonder if the sentiment would the same if it were:

a) a 16 year old in a WRX

b) a squid on a Gixxer

c) a rube in an F250

But NOOOOO, it wasn't his fault - because he was riding a GS and had good insurance.

duck screwed with this post 01-27-2013 at 06:43 PM
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