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Discussion in 'Photos' started by Duscherck, Dec 29, 2011.
sorry... i was afraid you can't see details :eek1
Damn, notice how that poor piaggo scooter is being lifted only by it's handle bars! I bet that the throttle tube and windshield too need to be replace after this...
Yeah, can't imagine that windshield didn't crack. :huh
Thought Id slow down for a photo op and ended up parking , no need for the sidestand
New Years ride 2012
Around this time last year heading to SC from PA. I wasn't fast enough to beat the storm.
My bike naps a lot.
The pic from Paris made me laugh. I've seen bikes that have obviously been in the same places for months if not years. Never saw any attempt to tow them.
I do agree the this is not the best rigging but is the safest way to load motorcycle/scooter on the flat bed.
With locked bars and possible lock on the rotor or wheel I would grab the bars and grab handles in the back to spread the load.This guy need more training but some guys just don't care specially with PPI.
I would worry more about the car he got on the stinger with out primary straps and secondary safety chains.
But,what do I know.
My bike. Parked VERY badly...
And worse, being pulled out by a Katoom driver
Just off of the road in a curve; not the best idea I've had but it made for a few good photos. The BRP in Western NC.
i would hate to be rideing when its so cold out the water freezes as its falling. mad props!!
haha i dont need to worry about that though, yesterday i rode to school in a t-shirt
Years old but made me laugh when I saw this in the newspaper.
Ha! Don't do that in BC! You can't be within 10 feet of them, fines, AND points on your licence! Technically, if its a car parked there, and there is an emergency, they can smash the windows to put the firehose through!
On the Going to the Sun Road.....not my bike, I just appreciated the idiot's parking job and took the picture.
Years ago I saw a NYC Traffic tow truck pick up a bike, dangle it from the cable, and started driving. Every time he started or stopped, the bike smashed into the back of the truck. This was pre flatbeds. God knows if the owner was ever reimbursed for the damage.
It's a helicopter, not a bike. I swear!
Agree about the cold, good luck with the skin grafts though......
I must confess guys. Looks are deceiving, the temperature was in the high 40's when I took this photo. Living in the Western NC mountains we have extreme swings in temperature. The ice on the rock cliffs were from a arctic cold front that moved through the mountains two day before. It was in the teens for several days but warmed back up fast. Made for a good pic and conversation.