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Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Epic Rides' started by lakota, Jun 30, 2012.
Tough deal. Glad you are OK.
Glad you are Ok!
Marty I was praying for you... Happy you can still type. As soon as I saw the picture I thought back to my crash on the Translab.
Same thing happened to me... From 55 to zero in 10 feet. I think God keeps me around because I still make him laugh... I guess the same goes for you.
Looking forward to seeing you in a few weeks.
Been there, done that,
Same routine almost exactly 1 year ago just south of Cuba on a road that looked very much like that one, the big difference is that the 2 guys I was with were much faster then me so when I went down I had to wait over an hour in 100 degree heat for someone to come back and help get the big pig up and going again. Its great you had a friend with you.
Hope your ok, this CDR ride is harder then what most people think it is, your moving along at 45-50 mph and you start to enjoy the ride and bam your in deep sand or going into a curve to fast, I almost died out there 3 or 4 times in that 2 weeks.
So good to hear you are recovering well!!! You are AWESOME my friend, and I am so sorry you didn't get to do the ride.
Thanks for the updates! Maybe I'll be able to sleep a little better tonight.
Glad to see you're mostly alright and in one piece! I've had more than a few patchy moments like that with sand and mud that so far have played out with me staying upright; crashing like you did is one of my bigger riding fears.
The best kind of crash is the kind the rider gets to tell the story...
Super glad you are giving us the update, get well soon!
Holy crap that was one hell of a highside :eek1
I'm glad you eventually rode away from it and seem to be doing well considering the circumstances.
Are you back in Maryland yet? How's everything?
Thanks to everyone for all the good wishes.
finally back at home after medivac from El Paso and 24 hours in the Annapolis hospital
Anyone who travels on a bike without MedJet Assist is nuts.
Just heard on ldrider that you're injured, but back in town. Glad to know you're at home...I hope you're recovering quickly. Looking forward to seeing you soon, shipmate.
no one would believe how hard it is to get a doctor's appointment if you have medical insurance as a part of the moto policy
Mary (Scott's wife), here...
On behalf of Scott and I we are so glad you made it home safe. You had a lot of people very worried. Sorry your trip was cut short.... but previous posts on this site showed pictures of a beautiful family. That and your well being are far more important. Continue to get well and we will see you up and riding in two weeks hopfully.
and a link to the face plant portion of the tale
Marty, you got a shitty deal this year, but you will conquer that bitch next time my friend.