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Old 08-02-2014, 11:35 PM   #241
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Sorry I was trying to rub elbows, but you were so short, my elbow hit your helmet..and please try to keep a noob pace at a noob ride next time..the liter bikes were complaining the groms were going too fast..lol
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Old 08-02-2014, 11:35 PM   #242
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when the grom's separated and went on to 3090, it got really aggressive.

a lot of same lane passing including at several times 3 bike wide in same lane in a corner.

a lot of drafting was used to pass other grom riders up to about 6-12 inches from front tire to the other riders rear tire. including in corners .

the bike to bike or rider to bike contact caused some damage. not too bad, my license plate got torn off after i closed a apex on another rider and their front wheel hit my rear at 70mph.

also i tried to split between two riders in the same lane by shoving my bike between them while accomplishing the pass the handle bars hit another rider pretty hard causing both of us to get severe head shake but we kept riding hard.

hit the killswitch on a couple of the riders causing the motor to die

several wheelies, burnouts, endo's, rear tire sliding, tucking, and a great time

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Yet you never achieved brisk....
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Old 08-02-2014, 11:39 PM   #243
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At one point on 3090 I paced a stretched grom that topped out at an insane 54mph..I had fun on this ride... the mishap occur when only 4 riders at the end were headed to cypress..
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Old 08-02-2014, 11:41 PM   #244
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At one point on 3090 I paced a stretched grom that topped out at an insane 54mph..I had fun on this ride... the mishap occur when only 4 riders at the end were headed to cypress..
i dont think he was topping out, his grom is actually probably slightly slightly faster than mine. he didnt really get to involved in the corners well because lower/stretch but on the highway 6 he gave me a draft where i got to hit 73
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Old 08-02-2014, 11:42 PM   #245
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N00b Ride Saturday 8/2/2014 Through the Country and Forest

We should do another brisk noob/ grom ride... Get some intense grom footage from all angles you grom guise were so fast!! you stuffed me ever so gently in that 40mph turn... Was glorious!
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Old 08-02-2014, 11:44 PM   #246
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I need a grom too. The 300 is way too much for a brisk pace I think.
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We should do another brisk noob/ grom ride... Get some intense grom footage from all angles you grom guise were so fast!! you stuffed me ever so gently in that 40mph turn... Was glorious!

We surrounded you lol!!
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Yet you never achieved brisk....

We hit warp speeds
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Old 08-03-2014, 07:49 AM   #249
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when the grom's separated and went on to 3090, it got really aggressive.

a lot of same lane passing including at several times 3 bike wide in same lane in a corner.

a lot of drafting was used to pass other grom riders up to about 6-12 inches from front tire to the other riders rear tire. including in corners .

the bike to bike or rider to bike contact caused some damage. not too bad, my license plate got torn off after i closed a apex on another rider and their front wheel hit my rear at 70mph.

also i tried to split between two riders in the same lane by shoving my bike between them while accomplishing the pass the handle bars hit another rider pretty hard causing both of us to get severe head shake but we kept riding hard.

hit the killswitch on a couple of the riders causing the motor to die

several wheelies, burnouts, endo's, rear tire sliding, tucking, and a great time

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Glad I was there - I got to see the Groms in action, and I got some "brisk" in for the week...
I stayed behind the group and saw this all the way up 3090 - the action truly was intense. Lotsa fun.
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it was on an S curve on riley rd off of 1774 about 2.5 miles, I live directly across the highway where it happened, and was there to help him.. there was a group of 5 or so riders with him. it was a pretty bad wreck but someone was definitely looking after him...

im pretty sure I asking about the right guy as the bike matches his screen name and picture, only picture I got of the accident
Thanks for your help. I was the guy in the blue jacket working with him. I couldn't keep a regulated pulse and could tell his breathing was shallow. I was so thankful for your guys help contacting 911 and flagging down the ambulance.
Jimmy is in contact with the riders wife and we will probably visit once we hear more.
If you can lets try to not post any picks until the rider gives us the ok. It was a nasty crash.
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Well....well....well This is what happens when noob ride isn't noob...
Good this this was not a noob ride at this point.
The crash was well after the OP broke off and some of the riders decided to pick up the pace and stay out on the roads.
While the noob ride was going on, I found it to be at a good pace for all riding talents with a designated leader and sweeper that worked well in keeping all riders aware of their surroundings. ( well other then the Groms)
Other than talking trash behind a cpu screen in your dirty underpants.
people should be thanking riders like Blamdigity (SP) and others that post these rides.
I would hate for a newrider to go out on his own and try to figure out how to ride.
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Well....well....well This is what happens when noob ride isn't noob...
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I stayed behind the group and saw this all the way up 3090 - the action truly was intense. Lotsa fun.
Man... was so much fun! Three wide in a turn drafting each other. vid to come for sure!
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Good this this was not a noob ride at this point.
The crash was well after the OP broke off and some of the riders decided to pick up the pace and stay out on the roads.
While the noob ride was going on, I found it to be at a good pace for all riding talents with a designated leader and sweeper that worked well in keeping all riders aware of their surroundings. ( well other then the Groms)
Other than talking trash behind a cpu screen in your dirty underpants.
people should be thanking riders like Blamdigity (SP) and others that post these rides.
I would hate for a newrider to go out on his own and try to figure out how to ride.
Amen...


I am the white triumph guy, Jimmy and I are both talking to his wife multiple times a day. We will visit him today. I don't plan on sharing his injuries for the respect of him.

On a side note, he was riding very well. Not sure what happened, I was behind him and all I saw the bike flip.

The best thing this forum can do right now, is pray for his quick recovery. No reason to blame anyone or start a argument. Let's be a supportive community and pray for his recovery.
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Old 08-03-2014, 10:44 AM   #255
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Good this this was not a noob ride at this point.
The crash was well after the OP broke off and some of the riders decided to pick up the pace and stay out on the roads.
While the noob ride was going on, I found it to be at a good pace for all riding talents with a designated leader and sweeper that worked well in keeping all riders aware of their surroundings. ( well other then the Groms)
Other than talking trash behind a cpu screen in your dirty underpants.
people should be thanking riders like Blamdigity (SP) and others that post these rides.
I would hate for a newrider to go out on his own and try to figure out how to ride.
Amen...


I am the white triumph guy, Jimmy and I are both talking to his wife multiple times a day. We will visit him today. I don't plan on sharing his injuries for the respect of him and his family.

On a side note, he was riding very well. Not sure what happened, I was behind him and all I saw was the bike flip.

The best thing this forum can do right now, is pray for his quick recovery. No reason to blame anyone or start a argument. Let's be a supportive community and pray for his recovery.

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Old 08-03-2014, 11:08 AM   #256
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I am the guy on the green Z10. I enjoyed this ride, the Groms looked like they were having a blast. Every time they pulled up they were all smiles ear to ear. My prayers for a speedy recovery to khmer. As for the accident, happens people. We all know at any point while riding something crazy or stupid may happen. No disrespect to anyone!
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Hey, it was good riding with you all. hope the (my style) dude is going to be ok and speedy recovery.
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I am the white triumph guy, Jimmy and I are both talking to his wife multiple times a day. We will visit him today. I don't plan on sharing his injuries for the respect of him and his family.

On a side note, he was riding very well. Not sure what happened, I was behind him and all I saw was the bike flip.

The best thing this forum can do right now, is pray for his quick recovery. No reason to blame anyone or start a argument. Let's be a supportive community and pray for his recovery.
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Thanks for your help. I was the guy in the blue jacket working with him. I couldn't keep a regulated pulse and could tell his breathing was shallow. I was so thankful for your guys help contacting 911 and flagging down the ambulance.
Jimmy is in contact with the riders wife and we will probably visit once we hear more.
If you can lets try to not post any picks until the rider gives us the ok. It was a nasty crash.
Thanks again for you and your family quick response.
Thank you everyone for your positive thought and prayers as our family goes through this tough time. Thank you Sysknight, Sohil for reaching out to me right away i know that is never easy to be barer of bad news. Thank you little6 for the immediate medical attention. Thank you jimrad for staying with a fellow rider through the good and the bad. I feel blessed that he was with such an attentive and caring group of riders. He is in ICU but staying positive. Surgery is tomorrow. Khmerstyle wanted to share everything with the mh community, but as his wife i thank you for the privacy of holding off on pictures. I will try to post updates tommorrow.
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