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post #31 of 86 Old 10-27-12, 04:50
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Far too much unnecessary skin damage on here from lack of proper clothing people!

This is what happened to my 636 when it started tumbling head over heels. I posted the clothing pic.because I wouldn't be here without it. The helmet took a beating but did it jobs. The armour pads in the jacket came out during the sliding but by that time they had saved me.

And the other pic. is how an ex-cop stops speeding motorcyclists on blind curves. These were friends following me when I was on my Daytona 675, when the cop tried to u-turn to chase me but got his car stuck! Idiot lost his job and a lot more. It was only to issue a low end speeding ticket.
The riders were choppered out and were lucky to survive and had a long list of injuries. They are back riding again though.
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post #32 of 86 Old 10-27-12, 20:43
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This thread is definitely a little sobering.
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post #33 of 86 Old 10-28-12, 06:34
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It's painful to see all these pictures but this is a great thread to get you to think and be a bit more careful.

Thanks to everyone for sharing!

Those who say it cannot be done should not interfere with those who are doing it.

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post #34 of 86 Old 10-28-12, 19:21
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those action shots from jennings are wild!!
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post #35 of 86 Old 11-05-12, 17:44
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Makes me want to hang up my street gear and just do track only.....at least there, medical of some form is close by.

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See that berm to the left!?! And Proud United States Marine - Ooh-rah!!!
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post #36 of 86 Old 11-11-12, 00:03 Thread Starter
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wow. i had forgot bout this thread...ive been busy and just havent been on in a while...some gnarly pictures. i just had a bad high side at the track last week, damn Duc laid oil down an i was lucky enough to hit some in a corner. bike is ok. im good just a badly sprained thumb and wrist. gear is beaten but did its job! i SMACKED my head on the ground and it felt as if i hit my head on a pillow

Moral of story, WEAR YOUR GEAR.


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post #37 of 86 Old 11-20-12, 14:43
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Man these pics make me respect these bikes even more than I already do. So easy to lose it all so quickly, if you do not give the bike the proper respect.

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This guy got right in behind a truck that was backing up. He got off just before the crunch.
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Ashes to ashes, Dust to dust; For those who couldnt be here with us today, youre in our prayers.

Ride Safe Everyone. Though some are starting to pack up the bikes for the cold season, We here in Arizona are just coming out of hiding.


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