Dropped Bikes

Discussion in 'Photos' started by Lee Gunn, Sep 12, 2010.

  1. PHILinFRANCE

    PHILinFRANCE Long timer

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    Hope it all worked out ok , i was there 4 weeks ago !!!!

    Busted Two bones in my foot and still 60 kms + to get back to the black stuff
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    2 days later i'd sat with my foot in an ice cold river for 20 min so i could get my boot back on !!!! then a 400 km ride home ...........................full of pain killers

    Hurt like a bitch for 3 weeks .................................i'd do it all again tomorrow :freaky

    Phil
  2. Dexter2811

    Dexter2811 Been here awhile

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    My good friend Nahuel is picking the bike up as my left foot is under the peg... Meanwhile Luciano thinks... shit, if he fell, Am I goin' to climb the hill?

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  3. BRANCARO

    BRANCARO Adventurer

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    The broken ankle adventure worked out fine. I gave him four Advil and a 5 HR Energy drink-He was shaking but rode hard and fast. We unloaded his bike and held it up so he could get on. He made it to Burns and got picked up. Cast is still on...
  4. JonasA

    JonasA n00b

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    My first "drop"

    Made some rookie mistakes. A little bit too fast, some muddy grooves, some loose and heavy branches and a whole lot of "target fixation". As a result, front wheel called it a day and parked myself 90° in the grass. Only my selfconfidence and ego got a a bit damaged. Mirrors had to be retightend. Just picked it up, good to go. Proofs again these bikes are really "made" for crashing

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    and yes... picture first :)
  5. Lee Gunn

    Lee Gunn Long timer

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    ouch

  6. Lee Gunn

    Lee Gunn Long timer

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    now that is a worry - hope you got the lorry drivers address - track the bastard down and kick his lights in :eek1
  7. bgt595

    bgt595 Been here awhile

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    I don't have a huge crash story behind this. Just a bad park job on an idling motorcycle.
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    What I learned,
    1. Clean even the unseen parts of the bike once in a while.
    2. An idling motorcycle aimed downhill will eventually find its own comfortable place to lay down.
    3. It's so true in that the first thing I wanted to do was to grab the camera.
    4. As a friend pointed out when I showed him the photo, why are flammable tiki torches near a heat source like a water heater. Haha
  8. C_H_R

    C_H_R Adventurer

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    Luckiy I made it thru the mudhole!
  9. Paddle007

    Paddle007 Been here awhile

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    Somehow I pulled a 220 degree loop when "attemping" a swithback. Too much cowbell I'm afaid. Nice drop back to earth. Thank goodness for ATGATT. Bikes alright, my by bruising will go away.
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  10. EVLED

    EVLED Bike riding nutter!

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    The GoPro doesn't miss much...

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  11. Sean-0

    Sean-0 straya carnt

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    hang on ill help ya when i get the picture taken
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  12. CoCamper

    CoCamper Adventurer

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  13. Paddle007

    Paddle007 Been here awhile

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    CoCamper......Excellent pic :clap Hope it didn't end too badly.
  14. woodzrider

    woodzrider Been here awhile

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    Just a curious question: Are GS's narcoleptic? There are sooo many of them laying down and napping !:D
  15. CoCamper

    CoCamper Adventurer

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    Thanks! I came away with a bruised palm, and a lesson about where attention should be paid while riding.
  16. DirtKnob

    DirtKnob Dirt Knob

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  17. Sportakus

    Sportakus Been here awhile

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  18. Sportakus

    Sportakus Been here awhile

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    Sorry for the before message, I need to practice more like put a picture...

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    It's my love taking a sunbathing...
  19. 2712

    2712 Been here awhile

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    a few of my drops, i drop it a lot:D

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  20. drewcrew

    drewcrew Adventurer

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