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Old 09-04-2013, 11:09 AM   #1
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A Whole Group of Idiots at Crash Scene

Just saw this video on Youtube labeled lowside?
Its a good old fashioned wreck! Worse yet is everyone standing around (including the cars waiting to pass) just waiting for a miracle to move the wrecked 300 Ninja out of the road. I am sure glad I ride with smarter people than this!

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well the were probably more worried about the rider, but i noticed one of the guys just stayed on his bike like a dumb until the dude asked for some help.

also some of the cars just passed because they saw the motorcycle guy fine walking around, cant really expect them to help.
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Old 09-04-2013, 11:19 AM   #3
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well the were probably more worried about the rider, but i noticed one of the guys just stayed on his bike like a dumb until the dude asked for some help.

also some of the cars just passed because they saw the motorcycle guy fine walking around, cant really expect them to help.
I pretty much expect some people in the cars to help

1) its the right thing to do
2) they are bobbing and weaving around the bike to pass? just get out and help!!
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I crashed my bike, now I'm going to let everyone else pick it up and move it while I stand around on the shoulder, not even taking my helmet off.. douche.
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Old 09-04-2013, 11:43 AM   #5
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I crashed my bike, now I'm going to let everyone else pick it up and move it while I stand around on the shoulder, not even taking my helmet off.. douche.
It was a moderately high speed wreck. Dude was probably a little shaken up and not thinking really clearly. Have you ever had an 'off' like that at more than 50 mph?
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Yeah he was sliding down the asphalt on his belly like a water slide , next to a ditch and rails that would have him up , he was probably a little shook up . I like the lack of care about his condition from the camera man.
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he was lucky, his body wasnt wrapped around that pole or the tree next to it.
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I don't see what the big deal is. I that was me I wouldn't give a about moving the bike.. They both nearly died, I would need a couple minutes to gather my thoughts.
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It was a moderately high speed wreck. Dude was probably a little shaken up and not thinking really clearly. Have you ever had an 'off' like that at more than 50 mph?
Seriously...I've had wrecks at half that speed that shook me up bad. When you take a hit like that it's pretty common to just lay there having a anxiety attack wondering whether you are going to have to be put back together like humpty dumpty.
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It was a moderately high speed wreck. Dude was probably a little shaken up and not thinking really clearly. Have you ever had an 'off' like that at more than 50 mph?
No sliding but yes hit a ditch at about 60 in hail which included my ankle trapped under the bottom hung exhaust, wheels to road and seat to ditch bottom, where no one could see me, for almost an hour. Exciting.
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Seriously...I've had wrecks at half that speed that shook me up bad. When you take a hit like that it's pretty common to just lay there having a anxiety attack wondering whether you are going to have to be put back together like humpty dumpty.
Last one I had was at about 40 and I popped my helmet on the ground pretty good. For several minutes afterward I just kept standing up, trying to walk and falling back down.
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The rider down is lucky he did not superman under the rail and catch a pole. Destroyed that bike.

It was odd that nobody was helping him pick up the bike. The dude that pulls up and just starts talking is a douche. Get off you bike and help.
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! The guy is lucky he walked away from that. He could have hit that light pole or the trees that followed, head first.
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Wtf! He needs to learn to turn or something.
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I have no problem with people trying to go around. If they can't be of any use to help then why clog up the road.
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It was a moderately high speed wreck. Dude was probably a little shaken up and not thinking really clearly. Have you ever had an 'off' like that at more than 50 mph?
exactly! the amount of adrenaline running through him right now is insane. I remember my first mishap.
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