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Discussion in 'Photos' started by Lee Gunn, Sep 12, 2010.
You seem to just go with it all.
DUH !!!:huh What did you expect?
LOOK before you pull out into an intersection. JUST LOOK! Poor bike took the brunt of this one. The boxes were a total loss but the bonnie is back on the road.
My buddy Jonny during the last day of the Sheetiron, he was doing all the hard splits on his 950, and he was tired...
Just put my new Skid Plate on and went out riding to the local Motorsports store then found a gravel road.
At least it started out as gravel but was paved at a T- intersection then gravel again. Of course the pavement was covered with loose gravel.
My Brother...he was actually riding between the rails. Somewhere between Gillam and Churchill Manitoba.
The KLR jumped the rail...he kept going to the bottom of the ditch. It was quite comical to watch from behind.
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Tough girl you got there, she's a keeper!
That's a all too common skiing injury.
Spiral fractures usually heal well.
Get well really soon.
Not me, just some guy at Road Atlanta a few years ago. Brand new bike, still had the drive out dealer tag on it. New rider, or at least I assume he was, since he came to a stop and just never put his feet down. Fell over almost in slow motion.
OK, not a dropped bike, but more of a picked up bike. Also at Road Atlanta, this genius decided to ride between the chain link fence and the metal barrier. Kept riding as the two got closer together, next thing you know, he is stuck and had to get some help to extricate himself.
He had a little sprain on the hand after that, said his balls are allright, he tested them :huh
:huh did this start out by him saying "Hold my beer"?
100mpg, you knew it!
F800GS, third day I owned it.
I know that guy and that bike. Wild ride