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Old 04-23-2007, 09:32 AM   #21
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Old 04-30-2007, 10:45 AM   #22
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yea they are both fine. the guys wounds got infected and he's been in and out the hospital, his girl had some bad road rash, but they are both healing just fine. i was there and i wanted to thank the guys that helped us out. appreciate it alot.
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Old 04-30-2007, 11:19 AM   #23
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Old 04-30-2007, 12:40 PM   #24
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Pretty stupid thing to do on the freeway let alone also having a passenger on the bike...

Glad they got lucky after a stupid decision and made it out ok. I feel sorry for the chic!
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Old 05-03-2007, 10:35 PM   #25
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havent been on in awhile glad to hear they are both going to recover..it was no problem to help..been there done that..
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Old 05-04-2007, 07:39 AM   #26
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yea they are both fine. the guys wounds got infected and he's been in and out the hospital, his girl had some bad road rash, but they are both healing just fine. i was there and i wanted to thank the guys that helped us out. appreciate it alot.
maybe he will learn some sense, stupid is as stupid does
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Old 05-04-2007, 07:54 AM   #27
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I wonder if he asked his girlfriend if she was cool with being dumped off the back of a bike before they left. Gear or not, that was a totally irresponsible thing to do on the freeway, with a passenger, at 85 miles an hour.
Right on right on! I don't want to rank on him after an accident like that because that's probably enough to teach him a lesson, but what a bad move. Suppose he had lived and killed her?
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Old 05-08-2007, 12:35 PM   #28
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Right on right on! I don't want to rank on him after an accident like that because that's probably enough to teach him a lesson, but what a bad move. Suppose he had lived and killed her?

just for the record, he did feel really bad for getting her hurt
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just for the record, he did feel really bad for getting her hurt

Right, I'm sure he didn't go around passing out high fives after that one.

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where to start? first off it was on the feeder not the freeway (not that it makes a differance) second for those that dont know the situation or the people, y run your mouth. ya it wasnt a smart thing to do, but then again they have done it a million times before and if the bike hadnt shifted gear on him then it wouldnt have happen this time. he felt like after the fact, to the point that he refused to see the doctor til he knew she was ok. thats the kinda guy he is. i know someone is gonna chime in with whatever they have to say and i dont care because if you dont know him then what does it matter what you think. i mean u run your mouth like u have never done anything squidish on your bike (you can say u havent all you want but EVERYONE has)

heal up man and get back out there, cuz i know you will
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Old 05-09-2007, 04:58 PM   #31
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Old 05-09-2007, 04:59 PM   #32
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case and point
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Old 05-09-2007, 05:21 PM   #33
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We should all let it die now. I'm sure he'll think twice before doing it again. And hopefully so will others.
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where to start? first off it was on the feeder not the freeway (not that it makes a differance) second for those that dont know the situation or the people, y run your mouth. ya it wasnt a smart thing to do, but then again they have done it a million times before and if the bike hadnt shifted gear on him then it wouldnt have happen this time. he felt like after the fact, to the point that he refused to see the doctor til he knew she was ok. thats the kinda guy he is. i know someone is gonna chime in with whatever they have to say and i dont care because if you dont know him then what does it matter what you think. i mean u run your mouth like u have never done anything squidish on your bike (you can say u havent all you want but EVERYONE has)

heal up man and get back out there, cuz i know you will

couldnt have said it any better myself
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Yeah, I just left the Hospital. It was a 2001 2002 GSXR 1000. The rider twelved it with his girl on the back and hit the 12 bar and that threw them sideways. He ( along with our group ) was doing about 85mph. He is still at cyfair hospital on 1960 and jones. The passenger was release about 10pm.
Just plain stupid... the rider probably forgot his brain at home with his helmet.
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he had his helmet genius
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y so you and everone else that is can bad mouth a good buddy of mine and he isnt and he is on here to defend himself? ya i think not
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If i had a friend who twelved a bike with his girl on it and wrecked, I wouldn't talk to the sucker any longer for doing such a stupid act on a public road nor would i ever ride with him again. Case dismissed...
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I can understand a mate taking up for a mate - you're just gettin his back and that's cool but understand when you hear (alomost every day recently) of riders "going down" and some not getting back up you have to understand a story like this is gonna boil some brothers blood.

It's good you take up for your man but rather than defend his past actions help influence the future ones along with all other riders we know! Too many deaths recently and we need to all remember the consequences of foolishness.

I'm glad no serious injuries took place this time.
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