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Old 05-01-2009, 02:46 PM   #1
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Why you don't stunt in the middle of public roads

I agree that the motorcyclist was at fault on this one.

The SUV person probably left because they were scared with so many Sport Bike riders around.

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Old 05-01-2009, 02:49 PM   #2
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repost and it's in serving it up
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Wow while a agree that they should not be stunting on a public road I dont think the driver should have ran. You can get in a lot more trouble that way
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How stupid were they to be stunting on a blind curve. I doubt the driver got very far, you can hear on the vid people getting the license number and with all those sportbikes, surely one of those squids could catch a blazer.
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Old 05-01-2009, 03:03 PM   #5
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Yeah, although the kid is a dumbass for stunting there, especially with those blind turns.......

The guy in the SUV is ... I don't know, his cowardice, and lack of accountability... just defies description.

I'd have gone after his , dragged him out, and beat the out of him.
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Im sorry, but Id have kept going too.

I cant relate to any of those guys . Wanna stunt on public roads? sure.. do it out in the middle of no where, not with traffic, and use common sense and dont do it on a blind turn so that drivers behind you cant see you doing a ****ing STOPpie. But, them getting at the driver? Call the cops! Guess who would go to jail and or get a ticket? Not the blazer, , then the biker would have to pay for the damages! USE COMMON SENSE!
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Im sorry, but Id have kept going too.
Not if you had a gun. Y'all know me I think stunting on public roads is a blast but doing a stoppie on a blind turn is pretty dang stupid.

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...cant see the vid. Anyone consider possibiltiy that the driver of the SUV might have proceeded to the closest gas station etc in order to report the accident?

I'd be sore pressed to stop, in a horde of potential hostiles out in the middle of nowhere. I'd sure as heck call law enforcement as soon as I could
and stop at the nearest public facility.
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I think the biker got what he deserved. Hopefully the driver of the Blazer called the cops while retreating to a safe area. Seems to me that tempers flaired as soon as the vehicle made contact and that if the driver had stopped there would have been a possible confrontation.

Whatever the outcome i hope it was "just" to both parties.
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...cant see the vid. Anyone consider possibiltiy that the driver of the SUV might have proceeded to the closest gas station etc in order to report the accident?

I'd be sore pressed to stop, in a horde of potential hostiles out in the middle of nowhere. I'd sure as heck call law enforcement as soon as I could
and stop at the nearest public facility.
Maybe the driver was scared because he just saw this movie about crazed methed out stunt riders.

http://www.fandango.com/exitspeed_118309/movieoverview
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I was invovled (yea ive posted about it before) in a M/C fatality accident
in the early 90's. Kid streetracing, slammed into the back of an SUV I was driving.

There was chaos... you had a group of people gathered around the body,
people running back and forth and around in circles freaking out. Screaming & yelling.. there were people making accuastions towards me, others arguing about the 'rider'. I saw 2-3 shoving matches start, the owner of the burger joint came out of the door with shotgun. 3-4 Frat guys/brothers were quick to get things calmed down.

Having been in that situation, I can easily see & understand why the suv driver did not stop & stay...and none of us know wether they kept on going or merely retreated/proceeded to somewhere 'safer'.
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I was invovled (yea ive posted about it before) in a M/C fatality accident
in the early 90's. Kid streetracing, slammed into the back of an SUV I was driving.

There was chaos... you had a group of people gathered around the body,
people running back and forth and around in circles freaking out. Screaming & yelling.. there were people making accuastions towards me, others arguing about the 'rider'. I saw 2-3 shoving matches start, the owner of the burger joint came out of the door with shotgun. 3-4 Frat guys/brothers were quick to get things calmed down.

Having been in that situation, I can easily see & understand why the suv driver did not stop & stay...and none of us know wether they kept on going or merely retreated/proceeded to somewhere 'safer'.
sorry to hear man. link to original thread? i would like to tread your story.
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sorry to hear man. link to original thread? i would like to tread your story.
Man.. 3 years on this forum, a 3k post count. No telling if you can still pull the thread up. <shrug> I can send you a pm of accident details if you want.
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never thought of that perspective.... it was out in the middle of nowhere and you can't always depend that a group of bikers off, won't end up doing some damage.... even if they were in the wrong, they wouldn't be seeing it that way. he did slow down and once the biker was up moved on.... call the cops at a safe location, never thought of that.
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...cant see the vid. Anyone consider possibiltiy that the driver of the SUV might have proceeded to the closest gas station etc in order to report the accident?

I'd be sore pressed to stop, in a horde of potential hostiles out in the middle of nowhere. I'd sure as heck call law enforcement as soon as I could
and stop at the nearest public facility.
My thoughts exactly. It's only 1 of you and several of them.
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My thoughts exactly. It's only 1 of you and several of them.

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My thoughts exactly. It's only 1 of you and several of them.
Don't know about the whole run from the gang mentality???? buttttt there wasn't exactly a place to pull over in the vid unless you wanted to be the next accident victim.
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