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Old 07-20-2016, 12:11 PM   #21
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The second picture you can see that he's instantly popped back into the here-and-now. He's clear as a bell !!
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Old 07-20-2016, 03:59 PM   #22
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Check this out. Road rash city. https://youtu.be/9dw5Ccsv-XA
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Old 07-20-2016, 04:38 PM   #23
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if you cant see that he is target fixated from the picture, you need to hang up your helmet........
If you cant understand the english language, or context, keep your mouth shut

Dude said the result from the crash is target fixation, the still image shows the guy looking at the bagger probably .1 seconds before impact.

Where was he looking before the crash? Obviously the other bike wasnt where dude is looking at impact is it smart guy?
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Old 07-20-2016, 06:17 PM   #24
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If you cant understand the english language, or context, keep your mouth shut

Dude said the result from the crash is target fixation, the still image shows the guy looking at the bagger probably .1 seconds before impact.

Where was he looking before the crash? Obviously the other bike wasnt where dude is looking at impact is it smart guy?
maybe your comprehension of the english language ernt suh gud. The result of the crash would be road rash. The cause of the crash (more than likely) is target fixation along with going wide. He was watching that harley the whole time.
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Old 07-20-2016, 07:19 PM   #25
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He was watching that harley the whole time.
Seems like something an experienced rider would do, along with the awesome body position that is obviously on point, surely he ran wide just because he was checking out bubbas trophy ho.
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The amazing thing is the HD rider never locked the rear brake.
I thought it was amazing he maintained the ape hanger stance all the way to his back.
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Old 07-20-2016, 07:32 PM   #28
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I thought it was amazing he maintained the ape hanger stance all the way to his back.
If you had ever heard the English language you'd know that's the best way to land
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The second picture you can see that he's instantly popped back into the here-and-now. He's clear as a bell !!
That's called "Deer in the headlight"!
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US 129 (The Snake) is one decreasing radius turn after another. So many 10 or 15 mph corners you can't believe it.
Sorry, I meant The Dragon...
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Sorry, I meant The Dragon...
Yep, I recommend anybody who hasn't ridden it should go ride it, buy the tee shirt, take your picture by the tree of shame and then go find some really good roads.
Virtually any road for a hundred miles is way more awesome than anything within 100 miles of here.
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This is much better than the dragon and no traffic.
http://www.421thesnake.com/
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