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post #11 of 26 Old 12-06-12, 13:39
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Haha, glad to see this made it here. This happened on Highway 49 in NorCal. Dude works with a really good friend of mine in Lathrop. And from what my buddy tells me, ya this guy is a tard
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Well deserved. Lucky I wasn't there watching it unfold, probably would have pushed him back down the cliff after he climbed it.


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Here they are trying to get the bike back up the hill


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CfyQpjNOlGE
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Thanks for sharing . They should have left his bike down there so he can not ride any more not that he can bike is destroyed i feel sorry for the bike I really do

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Check out this link with pictures of that poor 1K they ripped him a new one some of the posts are funny
http://www.gixxer.com/forums/showthread.php?t=345622

Got busted on BARF where the investigating officer is a member talking about powned
http://www.bayarearidersforum.com/fo...4&postcount=82

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That moaning you hear from him after the crash is symptoms of being kicked in the pride.


Just about all of us here agree the track is the place to take these bikes to open them up. There's nothing wrong with riding the street and the canyons and mountains etc, but just remember, that's exactly where you are. You are on public roads, act like it and stay safe.

Moeman, thanks for this weeks entertainment, ill have to read throgh the 2 links you just provided when I get a chance lol

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thank goodness for go pros and you tube.


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Well deserved. Lucky I wasn't there watching it unfold, probably would have pushed him back down the cliff after he climbed it.


Nothing better than seeing some dumbass going 9000 miles an hour on the straights and putzing through the turns, then better yet, to TOTALLY blow that sweeper (I mean REALLY?)... Amazing he's not dead. As much as I might like to say I feel for him, I don't. There is no reason to ride like he was, on the road. Particularly with his extraordinary lack of skills. He deserved his demise. We all f-up, but this was something else. I do feel for the bike though... that it was in the hands of such a ****-tard...
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Thanks for sharing . They should have left his bike down there so he can not ride any more not that he can bike is destroyed i feel sorry for the bike I really do
Someone should just slap the chick with the camera...
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