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Old 04-15-2013, 07:46 PM   #1
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To all you wanna-be EVERYTHING killers!!!!

Guess what? Ridings dangerous. Nothing new. Be it at the track, on the street, racing, dirt, commuting, or an old guy riding a Harley doing under the speed limit. Yes there is more risk pushing it on the street than say, the old guy riding the Harley. We all, at least i do, know the risks every time we go out. Watching out for cagers, blind turns, bicyclists, road debris, oil on a track, pushing to hard etc... Its all dangerous. Thinking any is more or less dangerous than the other is just being naive. I've seen multiple crashes in all aspects of riding. Some walk away, some ride, some go off in transport. I've crashed on the street, on the track, on the dirt in the woods and at the track. Luckily I've been able to walk away from most with the exception of 2 ambulance rides i think. Biggest upside for me when crashing at the track is my truck is already there and i don't have to wait for a ride I hate to see anyone go down, regardless of where its at. And I'm not gonna judge and say hey if you wouldn't have been doing "insert whatever here" it wouldn't have happened. We all love to ride, wherever it may be. Just try to prepare for all incidents as best as you can. Were all riding on borrowed time. Hope to see you guys out on the street, track, and dirt (soon i hope). Ride safe wherever it may be
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Old 04-15-2013, 07:50 PM   #2
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You make a good point, but this is old old news. Everyone has a different opinion and you're never going to change it.

Need to stop this before we have multiple threads popping up.
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