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Old 07-27-2012, 07:13 AM   #1
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Went down lastnight.

Well went down lastnight with minimum injuries i guess you could say. Messed the bike up pretty good. Mostly cosmetic and fairing stay bracket along with a water leak. So ill be looking for parts sometime down the road. Just gonna worry about recovering for now. Thank it was out into some grass or im sure i would be ina lot worse shape. Anyways will post pics up this evening when i take some better ones in the daylight. Everybody keep the shiny side up.
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Old 07-27-2012, 07:20 AM   #2
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Dustin that sucks!!! glad to hear your ok. I moved back out to houston now. Dude your GSXR was amazing too. Who else was with you. I know you and the others have been doing the bike nights across golden triangle.
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That sucks, what happened?
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Dustin that sucks!!! glad to hear your ok. I moved back out to houston now. Dude your GSXR was amazing too. Who else was with you. I know you and the others have been doing the bike nights across golden triangle.
It was about ten of us kevin and i know man but it will be once again soon. Gumby and nick were two that i knew others guys were some new peps.
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Old 07-27-2012, 08:10 AM   #6
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Good times riding with you guys, about the only thing I enjoyed in bmt.

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That sucks, what happened?
Man was getting ready two tip into a corner and a car was coming around it and out of it as i was coming to it and it was a two lane black top with no shoulders and i guess they had their brights on cause they blinded the out of me for a split second and without any markers for the curve i just missed it man. Rode it into the ditch and just held on. Stayed up for a while and went down and rolled a few times from what i remember. Ended up about ten foot from a concrete Culvert on the left, bout another foot from a big oak on the right and stopped twenty feet from a power pole dead ahead so i think i was pretty lucky.
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Old 07-27-2012, 08:15 AM   #8
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Man was getting ready two tip into a corner and a car was coming around it and out of it as i was coming to it and it was a two lane black top with no shoulders and i guess they had their brights on cause they blinded the out of me for a split second and without any markers for the curve i just missed it man. Rode it into the ditch and just held on. Stayed up for a while and went down and rolled a few times from what i remember. Ended up about ten foot from a concrete Culvert on the left, bout another foot from a big oak on the right and stopped twenty feet from a power pole dead ahead so i think i was pretty lucky.
Sounds like this was either 105 in vidor or 421?
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Good times man. Its calmed down a bit but its still fun.
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Man was getting ready two tip into a corner and a car was coming around it and out of it as i was coming to it and it was a two lane black top with no shoulders and i guess they had their brights on cause they blinded the out of me for a split second and without any markers for the curve i just missed it man. Rode it into the ditch and just held on. Stayed up for a while and went down and rolled a few times from what i remember. Ended up about ten foot from a concrete Culvert on the left, bout another foot from a big oak on the right and stopped twenty feet from a power pole dead ahead so i think i was pretty lucky.
wow pretty scary. Glad you're ok. Is there anything you think you could have done differently or was it just a perfect storm?
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Old 07-27-2012, 08:22 AM   #13
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Sounds like this was either 105 in vidor or 421?
Sorry thought i put that in there yes it was hwy 421 in closer to the lumberton side.
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wow pretty scary. Glad you're ok. Is there anything you think you could have done differently or was it just a perfect storm?
To be honest on that one i just think it was just the perfect storm like you said. Its like thry were just in that perfect spot were it just blinded me view into the corner and the guy that lived on the cornrr said theres been alot of wrecks there. He said like 8 car accidents and he said three motorcyclist killed since hes lived there.
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Old 07-27-2012, 08:36 AM   #15
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Well, glad to hear your ok. Looks like your gear did its job. Bike doesn't look too bad, nothing major at least.

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Glad your ok! I went down on concrete with that same exact jacket, it did a great job for me too! Luckily you have the 07 model gsxr, I have the 08 and it's next to impossible to find parts for mine. I did however find TONS of 06-07 parts! Should be an easy fix, get to feeling better soon
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Thanks and yeah thats the best thing about 06-07 they are sure are plentiful. Think right wrist might have slight fracture and and ankles hurt pretty bad but i mad it out the bed and to work this more. Just sore as .
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I feel your pain bro.. sorry for the bike, get well soon
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Sorry to hear bro. When you get the bike fixed you guys should go make a run on FM 1131... I love riding that road... I need to go see my parents you know so I can see them
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Sorry to hear bro. When you get the bike fixed you guys should go make a run on FM 1131... I love riding that road... I need to go see my parents you know so I can see them
Lol i hear ya and we did a ehile back and its a much better road for sure.
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