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Discussion in 'Photos' started by Lee Gunn, Sep 12, 2010.
Is that a header or a periscope?
I think it fell over due to all the extra weight from the reflective tape
Bike? What bike? We couldn't even see it, down there were other four of them...
We all felt relief when we realized our lad was alive (only a broken leg and arm suffered)...So keep in mind, roads do not provide the safety of a track...
I'm glad Chris didn't miss this. I wasn't about to do it again.
My poor Commando.
My sore arse.
Neither does any bike I am riding.
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He stopped to wait and slipped
took many of of to make a man chain and pull it up. great ride though.
this was in West Virginia on a "supermoto" ride
Well This one here wasn't necessarily "dropped" but the recent gale force winds here in south Texas have been taking a few down.
I hear that!
the worst is picking up the fat pig
light off roading, big mess though
It was dropped previous to this picture....
...in a lake.
Just put on the TKCs to do some trail riding. Gotta retrace my tracks tomorrow and find my Gerbings controller.
Dropped the fat pig three times. She is a heavy bitch!
what did the forks look like after that lift and carry?
Key to riding a 990. KEEP MOVING, NEVER STOP>>>
Even in Rock Gardens..
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Better than 75% off the bike! Full disclosure, the bike isn't mine. It's a buddy's. He slid off the Joyce Kilmer road between the Cherohala and Deal's Gap into Lake Santeelah. The upper fairing apparently hit a tree on the way down the slope because he had almost no instrument cluster left.
Got the water out of the cylinders and then did about 3 or 4 oil changes to get the rest out.
Then he rode it home the.next.day. To Connecticut.
Front end wash out