Dropped Bikes

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

  1. Black Rhino

    Black Rhino Hopelessly optimistic cat herder

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    Hey Neighbor , I've been down that road. You find a shortcut ? :D
    Colorado and misc 039.JPG
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  2. relichunter

    relichunter Precariot

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    Fell into this hole that was deep enough to bounce me over the handlebars. Ironton, Colorado July 2017

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  3. trc.rhubarb

    trc.rhubarb ZoomSplat!

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    I dunno man, even the tread is clean... looks like you just fell down and went boom! :lol3

    Kidding of course, looking at the steepness there, it must have sucked to hit at speed.
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  4. Cryoman01

    Cryoman01 Been here awhile

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    I was in that same predicament, alone, moto dropped on a slope. Hard to walk it up backwards with the hips when the tires are sliding on the rocks. There is a portable lifting pole that works well by cranking a strap. Not sure who makes it.

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  5. Cryoman01

    Cryoman01 Been here awhile

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    Found it, 'Dustriders Motorcycle Hoist'

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  6. BarrieCTaylor

    BarrieCTaylor Adventurer

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    Cryoman01: That's a Great Rig.
  7. Suncoaster

    Suncoaster Been here awhile

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    Where the girls are green and the grass is pretty.
    Twofer:
    two 650 BMWs with inappropriate tyres having a rest in slippery conditions.
    My Yamaha at the rear.
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  8. MX Engineer

    MX Engineer MX Racer

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    I saw it in person. It's for girls. Real men are supposed lift their bikes with bare hands. :-)
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  9. Extremenc

    Extremenc NC Mtn. Man

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    If we got to vote this sequence would be pretty close to #1....!
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  10. Muikku

    Muikku n00b

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    Is this dropped
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  11. Black Rhino

    Black Rhino Hopelessly optimistic cat herder

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    No , but it looked like a job to get out. :D
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  12. trc.rhubarb

    trc.rhubarb ZoomSplat!

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    Didja slide off the bag into the bog? :lol3
  13. Muikku

    Muikku n00b

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    yes it was job to get out 2 guys and like 30minutes
  14. Samanjo

    Samanjo Been here awhile

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    My opportunity to post here, presented itself yesterday whilst out on a solo ride
    down.jpg
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  15. DCTFAN

    DCTFAN VIN# JH2SD0451GK000002 '16 CRF1000LD

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    Street tires are no good off-road :)
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  16. KICKNBACK

    KICKNBACK Over The Bars Club

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    THE 949 Cancer Sucks!!!!!
    That's why I carry the dustriders motorcyle hoist when I'm solo it's a bit heavy but it's a lot better than leaving my balls on the ground after picking up my f800gs
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  17. trc.rhubarb

    trc.rhubarb ZoomSplat!

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    I've got the Green Chili Zdrag for similar reasons and to drag my butt out of a ditch. Wish I had it before I hurt myself last year in Idaho. I got lucky and could ride out of the ditch in Utah. :lol3
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  18. eemsreno

    eemsreno Super Tenere Rider.

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    Riding alone, went down three muddy hills with no way to go back up, the closest human would have been at least 30 miles away, and that would have been Jeremiah Johnson, getting late, starting to rain, don't own a phone, so what do I do? Got it unloaded, picked back up, removed front fender, rode to a place I could camp, I put up my tent and went to bed. Over night God brought in a cold front that froze the ground as hard as a rock, I rode out of there like I was on interstate 80. He literally lifted me out of the miry clay and put my tires on the Rock to stay!
    Baxter Pass, Colorado.jpg
  19. Zubb

    Zubb he went that-a-way...

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    Welcome to the scratch-n-dent club!
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  20. Samanjo

    Samanjo Been here awhile

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    The initial plan was to stick to the tarmac however it turned out to be such a perfect day for riding and the next thing I know I was doing 80km (50 miles) of dirt road riding.
    Mitas EO7 tyres are on the shopping list