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Old 03-17-2006, 04:33 PM   #21
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pulling out fast with a bunch of people and then having to slam your brakes too hard because the person in front of you did the same? result highside because you lack finesse on the controll?
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highsiding because you were pulling out fast with a bunch of people and then having to slam your brakes too hard because the person in front of you did the same= PRICELESS


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Old 03-17-2006, 05:09 PM   #22
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I would not call that a highside but.... that sucks.
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Old 03-17-2006, 05:33 PM   #24
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Dang dude that sux...Be carefull out there....scooter iv done the same loli will kick there car in a heart beat,
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Old 03-17-2006, 07:17 PM   #26
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hey for all you who said to speed up and chase his ...uhmm his clip snapped and was hanging on for life...i got out my tools and tightened the out of it but it was still not trust worthy,thats why mike was supposed to watch his back on the ride back tot he woodlands...silly spaz ,bikes are for men
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Old 03-17-2006, 08:14 PM   #27
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oh ..so you're the dude I heard about on the 750? that sucks...next time be careful when you come out of a parking lot w/ other riders
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how did you highside when exiting a parking lot? is this your first bike?
No this isn't my first bike. I spent almost a year on a Ninja 250 before moving up. And here's the story of what happened: I pulled onto the feeder with about four guys ahead of me. I didn't accelerate fast and you can ask them because they all totally ditched me. My back end slipped a bit, partly because I have a cold tire (and because they're Dunlops too) and partly due to some sand or gravel in the ditch (near the Lowe's parking lot entrance) and my back end started to slide out. While trying to hang on I accidently grabbed more throttle which shot my back end out further to the left. My back end was almost perpendicular with the curb when the bike snapped straight up and shot me over the handlebars. No I wasn't going too fast, I'm not a squid and I'm not inexperienced. This was just a lot of bad luck in a short amount of time.
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No this isn't my first bike. I spent almost a year on a Ninja 250 before moving up. And here's the story of what happened: I pulled onto the feeder with about four guys ahead of me. I didn't accelerate fast and you can ask them because they all totally ditched me. My back end slipped a bit, partly because I have a cold tire (and because they're Dunlops too) and partly due to some sand or gravel in the ditch (near the Lowe's parking lot entrance) and my back end started to slide out. While trying to hang on I accidently grabbed more throttle which shot my back end out further to the left. My back end was almost perpendicular with the curb when the bike snapped straight up and shot me over the handlebars. No I wasn't going too fast, I'm not a squid and I'm not inexperienced. This was just a lot of bad luck in a short amount of time.

well dont sit there and blame the "tire" it was mostly you. Tires on every bike there were "cold" you just happen to be the only one who made a simple mistake and had a crash..
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I'm quite sure you had enough lectures dude. Man I'm just glad that had his hand on you that night. I have to work on my temper. I use to have a bad temper but now I have problems when someone willfully do something to put my life in danger. To me that's attempted murder - straight up. Do you all agree?
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Old 03-18-2006, 12:06 PM   #33
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No this isn't my first bike. I spent almost a year on a Ninja 250 before moving up. And here's the story of what happened: I pulled onto the feeder with about four guys ahead of me. I didn't accelerate fast and you can ask them because they all totally ditched me. My back end slipped a bit, partly because I have a cold tire (and because they're Dunlops too) and partly due to some sand or gravel in the ditch (near the Lowe's parking lot entrance) and my back end started to slide out. While trying to hang on I accidently grabbed more throttle which shot my back end out further to the left. My back end was almost perpendicular with the curb when the bike snapped straight up and shot me over the handlebars. No I wasn't going too fast, I'm not a squid and I'm not inexperienced. This was just a lot of bad luck in a short amount of time.

i kind of heard this and your story was being passed around ASI later that night. i think they said you reached for your front brake but forgot the gas was on the same handlebar and gassed up.

oh well, mistakes happen and at least you didnt hit anybody else.
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In June of 02 an 18-wheeler ran a stop sign and crossed my lane on a highway in which I smashed into him around 70 mph. (Died, CPR revived me, life-flighted) After that incident I have always either carried crushed up sparkplugs, bolts, or nuts in my jacket pocket in case if anybody did anything stupid again, (and I was still riding) I would throw them into their front window while riding ahead of them. I have only done this 1 time in which a car cut in front of me making me almost wreck and I drove up next to him and flipped him off and he kept trying to run me off the road. After throwing the handful of bolts it spidered his windshield so bad that he slammed on his brakes and came to a stop. The sad thing is that there is nothing legally you can do if a car does this to you. The police say "its your word versus his, what am I supposed to do?" I'm sure I will get some bad feedback about this but oh well, its the truth and we have to take our stand.
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In June of 02 an 18-wheeler ran a stop sign and crossed my lane on a highway in which I smashed into him around 70 mph. (Died, CPR revived me, life-flighted) After that incident I have always either carried crushed up sparkplugs, bolts, or nuts in my jacket pocket in case if anybody did anything stupid again, (and I was still riding) I would throw them into their front window while riding ahead of them. I have only done this 1 time in which a car cut in front of me making me almost wreck and I drove up next to him and flipped him off and he kept trying to run me off the road. After throwing the handful of bolts it spidered his windshield so bad that he slammed on his brakes and came to a stop. The sad thing is that there is nothing legally you can do if a car does this to you. The police say "its your word versus his, what am I supposed to do?" I'm sure I will get some bad feedback about this but oh well, its the truth and we have to take our stand.

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well dont sit there and blame the "tire" it was mostly you. Tires on every bike there were "cold" you just happen to be the only one who made a simple mistake and had a crash..
Well I got the whole tire thing from someone asking me if I had Dunlops. I said yeah and they said, well that's your problem right there.


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i kind of heard this and your story was being passed around ASI later that night. i think they said you reached for your front brake but forgot the gas was on the same handlebar and gassed up.

oh well, mistakes happen and at least you didnt hit anybody else.
No, I didn't touch the front brake at all.
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Well I got the whole tire thing from someone asking me if I had Dunlops. I said yeah and they said, well that's your problem right there.




No, I didn't touch the front brake at all.

because you grabbed too much throttle?
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