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Old 01-31-2013, 01:55 PM   #1
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Old 01-31-2013, 02:08 PM   #2
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1:12:00 he like Im not getting wet 4 u lol

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brutal crashes.
So why do so many of them appear to be in Mother Russia?
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Some I genuinely felt sorry for, most deserved what they got.
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It's amazing there are so many idiots just walking around among us undetected. 80% of those were from speeding and not knowing how to get hard on the brakes. If I'm by myself and no one is at my rear (so no one runs up my ) I get hard on the brakes for every single stop sign, light, turn, etc. I think stopping fast is just as much fun as accelerating fast so I try to do it everywhere.
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Alot of those were from straight up stupid riding which some of the guys i rode with over here in the golden triangle rode that way, which is the reason i don't ride with em anymore. Some of those could have easily been avoided by either braking harder or maneuvering the bike correctly to get out of the situation you put yourself in anyways. Then on top of the stupidity of the way alot of those were riding half of them weren't even wearing gear. SMFH at idiots man.
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So why do so many of them appear to be in Mother Russia?
Now we know why Man Left Russia and this explains his riding.
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Seem like most of these crash could have been prevented by not living in Russia.... and just simply looking left.... right.... left again.
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I thought they rode better and had better training because of tiered license on that side of the pond. Do they not believe in "right of way". Seem like the lane rules do not apply to bikes as they seem to just pass at will. That is until the car in the very front decides to turn into a parking space or side road. That was some scary stuff but every young rider should have to watch that over and over again. They even covered target fixation. You go where you look
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