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Old 05-11-2008, 08:57 PM   #41
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Bottom line stupidity is what cause's crashes not ( rider skill level )...
it is true that stupity causes accidents but I disagree about skill level. that plays a part as well.
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Old 05-11-2008, 09:04 PM   #42
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Motorcycling transcends gender, race, age and social status. It's that thing that nags us to throw our left hand up and out signalling "PEACE" when we encounter another rider on the road. It's a common thread that forms bonds between people that would otherwise have nothing in common. So in that same spirit of brotherhood, here's to you "motorcyclist".......

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Old 05-11-2008, 09:13 PM   #44
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Motorcycling transcends gender, race, age and social status. It's that thing that nags us to throw our left hand up and out signalling "PEACE" when we encounter another rider on the road. It's a common thread that forms bonds between people that would otherwise have nothing in common. So in that same spirit of brotherhood, here's to you "motorcyclist".......

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how can you compare professional racers with what happens on the street? Racers are pushing the limits of their bikes to go that much faster. But they do it in a CONTROLLED atmosphere.
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cause they are on top of the food chain when it comes to skill going around corners
they are. thats why they get PAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAID....and we dont.
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i guess by doc standards this guy needed more skill to make that exit ramp..

no brainer :/:
I have no comment. I don't know WHY he went down. for all you know a car ran him off the road and took off.
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Old 05-11-2008, 10:32 PM   #52
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It would be best to let it drop because the whole argument makes little sense.

Lack of skill, target fixation, too much speed, maybe it was simple panic when he realized his bike was drifting and a truck was coming, what ever caused it, that was a shame and should be a lesson.
Don't push it on the street. And yeah, wear your gear and take the MSF course, they both might save your life.
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thats tragic and to catch it on film.... crazy. rip to rider
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