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Old 06-17-2010, 06:00 PM   #81
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Old 06-17-2010, 11:23 PM   #82
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So sorry for your loss man. Like most riders I've lost someone in a similar situation to what you had to go through. I saw my friend die on the side of the road with two collapsed lungs and multiple broken bones. He was 60 years old and didn't ride stupid, just a freak occurrence. Taking a break from riding is actually a really good idea, it'll give you time to sort out your thoughts on what happened. Your love for riding may or may not get you back on two wheels.

It's important to know that freak happens all the time, you could die doing the most mundane things and that there was nothing you could have done to change the outcome. We all have to accept the risk of riding on two wheels, there's just no way around it. It's good to remind yourself that your bud was doing what he loved, and that's a good way to go out.
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Old 06-22-2010, 02:28 PM   #83
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Wow I feel for you and his family, RIP, be strong and strog, just remember the good time with your friend, there is nothing we can say or do to help you recover from this.
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Old 06-22-2010, 06:18 PM   #84
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Wow I feel for you and his family, RIP, be strong and strog, just remember the good time with your friend, there is nothing we can say or do to help you recover from this.
Thanks everyone for the support. Its been over a week since my friend had his accident and I already went through the funeral. All I can do now is remember the good times I had with my friend and keep them with me and move forward. We were both new to riding (less than a year) but we are pretty good riders and we learned fast. We used to have competitions in empty warehouse parking lots to see who could touch knee down first. We both practiced for weeks and we were so close lol. What really brings me down now is whenever I would learn something new about riding/motorcycles I would be excited to tell him. I can't do that anymore.
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Old 06-22-2010, 06:41 PM   #85
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Thanks everyone for the support. Its been over a week since my friend had his accident and I already went through the funeral. All I can do now is remember the good times I had with my friend and keep them with me and move forward. We were both new to riding (less than a year) but we are pretty good riders and we learned fast. We used to have competitions in empty warehouse parking lots to see who could touch knee down first. We both practiced for weeks and we were so close lol. What really brings me down now is whenever I would learn something new about riding/motorcycles I would be excited to tell him. I can't do that anymore.
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Old 06-22-2010, 08:25 PM   #86
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What really brings me down now is whenever I would learn something new about riding/motorcycles I would be excited to tell him. I can't do that anymore.
Hang in there dude. Overcoming a loss of a close friend/family takes time to heal. Keep the memories close and allow them to continue living through you.
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