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Old 06-02-2019, 06:50 AM   #41
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Woke up with every intention of now going...

Went downstairs and got geeked after reading this thread

Lemme take a shot of whiskey real quick and get my shorts and sandals on - I'll see y'all in a bit

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I might make it. Don't know if I'll be on the MT-10, the FZ1, or the Harley.

I'm pretty sure I won't be on the Z125. Hehe.
I definitely want to see you on the z125.
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Good ride today guys...

Tim got a taste of the Aprilia, uh oh...
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I definitely want to see you on the z125.
We didnt see him on anything today...lol...he no make it.
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FML...
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FML...
Big oof, and ouch. :/ Hopefully fixable?
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Big oof, and ouch. :/ Hopefully fixable?
Definitely a hole in the tire, but currently, the bead is broken...

Trying to find a flatbed to take it to Mancuso 59...
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I'm home safe...

Gonna need a new tire I'm sure

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Glad everyone had a good ride and lunch.

My friend Chris is not in good shape at all but thanks for asking.
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My friend Chris is not in good shape at all but thanks for asking.
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Here's his update.
4 fractured vertebrae
Several fractured ribs
1 punctured lung
Broken right leg
Broken right foot

Most of you have no idea who he is cause this was only his 2nd time coming out there. I appreciate everyone staying until he was carted off. He also said while laying in the e.r. banged the up like he is..sorry for ruining the ride.
To be honest I have no idea how the rest of you were able to continue on riding. I've been riding since I'm 14 years old and I'm 44 now. Whenever one person goes down in the group...especially bad like how he went down...rides over for everyone. While the 3 of us rode to the hospital the picture of him laying there in pain and bleeding from his face was the only thing on my mind. Maybe I'm over reacting...maybe I'm not. Either way that was my last ride with motohouston. When I go to visit him I'll let him know you guys wished him a speedy recovery.
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4 fractured vertebrae
Several fractured ribs
1 punctured lung
Broken right leg
Broken right foot

Most of you have no idea who he is cause this was only his 2nd time coming out there. I appreciate everyone staying until he was carted off. He also said while laying in the e.r. banged the up like he is..sorry for ruining the ride.
To be honest I have no idea how the rest of you were able to continue on riding. I've been riding since I'm 14 years old and I'm 44 now. Whenever one person goes down in the group...especially bad like how he went down...rides over for everyone. While the 3 of us rode to the hospital the picture of him laying there in pain and bleeding from his face was the only thing on my mind. Maybe I'm over reacting...maybe I'm not. Either way that was my last ride with motohouston. When I go to visit him I'll let him know you guys wished him a speedy recovery.
Wah....there is a risk every time you throw your leg over. Soo... everyone is supposed to ruin their day because someone crashed on the first corner from lack of skill? Come on. I'm 57, lost 6 riding buddies due to avoidable accidents. I'll still ride with motohouston when I'm able. I'm more upset that the accidents get swept under the rug rather than analyzing what happened as a learning experience for everyone.
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4 fractured vertebrae
Several fractured ribs
1 punctured lung
Broken right leg
Broken right foot

Most of you have no idea who he is cause this was only his 2nd time coming out there. I appreciate everyone staying until he was carted off. He also said while laying in the e.r. banged the up like he is..sorry for ruining the ride.
To be honest I have no idea how the rest of you were able to continue on riding. I've been riding since I'm 14 years old and I'm 44 now. Whenever one person goes down in the group...especially bad like how he went down...rides over for everyone. While the 3 of us rode to the hospital the picture of him laying there in pain and bleeding from his face was the only thing on my mind. Maybe I'm over reacting...maybe I'm not. Either way that was my last ride with motohouston. When I go to visit him I'll let him know you guys wished him a speedy recovery.
I was the first guy to reach down for him (sweeper with the slow Indian Bobber)...he was completely knocked out, eyes wide open and making those terrifying breathing noises...

Helped him get his legs untangled from the barbed wire - then he started squirming around while the barbed wire was dangerously close to his face - he was all tangled up in that wire, so a couple of guys held him down so I could cut a hole in the back of his jacket to free him...

helped him get his glove off and we all tried to keep him from moving...we all talked to him to keep him calm - , I even wiped sweat off of his head and caressed the back of his head when he sat up, like he was my 12 year old son...I've never met him before, but compassion for a fellow rider is a very strong dynamic...

There was a lot of folks emotionally supporting him, but also untangling his bike and offering water, offering to call his parents etc etc...

I can understand how emotional you are and I can't imagine being in your shoes, but I will not even pretend to tell you how you should or should not feel...

This was my 3rd ride with Kieth and his guys - I personally look forward to riding with them, even if they go on those spirited rides where I'd get left about a mile back because I know they will wait for me...

P.S.
We did, in fact, here Chris say "sorry for ruining your day", because he said it as I was standing over him, but then I heard a chorus of strangers encouraging him that he didn't ruin anything and that he'd be just fine

It was an unfortunate situation and, with time, I hope you can find some peace...
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happens. I completely understand how each group member would have a different approach to the situation.
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when someone crashes there is no real NEED for the entire group to stay on the side of the road till the paramedics/cops or tow vehicle arrives.
The group leader should stay with a few close friends of the down rider and assign a new ride leader or leave it up to the rest of the group to decide if the ride is done. Atleast that is how we handled "minor" crashes.
A major crash like this one it is important to thin the heard so that there is more room for paramedics to do their job. Stay clear out of the way.
You do not want a big group taking up the ER waiting room space or getting in the way of the medical staff who are trying to help.
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Everyone process it differently. A lot of it will depend on if you saw it and how well you know the person.

ďBack in the dayĒ, if it was a minor off, we would try to get them up and the bike able to ride. They would normally head home (with a buddy) or wait for bike to be transported. If it was a major wreck, some would go on, some would stay, but mostly everyone would stay. After everything was clear, the group would decide what to do, which mostly ended up as a canceled ride or shortened ride (at a now slower pace). There is no right or wrong, what everyone does afterwards.

Hope the guy makes a full recovery. I also hope he analyzes whatever happened and tries to improve on not letting that happen again.
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FFS. Get well soon.

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4 fractured vertebrae
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Any spinal cord injury? I hope not.
Hope he makes a full recovery. Mine is a battle every day but I push on.
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4 fractured vertebrae
Several fractured ribs
1 punctured lung
Broken right leg
Broken right foot

Most of you have no idea who he is cause this was only his 2nd time coming out there. I appreciate everyone staying until he was carted off. He also said while laying in the e.r. banged the up like he is..sorry for ruining the ride.
To be honest I have no idea how the rest of you were able to continue on riding. I've been riding since I'm 14 years old and I'm 44 now. Whenever one person goes down in the group...especially bad like how he went down...rides over for everyone. While the 3 of us rode to the hospital the picture of him laying there in pain and bleeding from his face was the only thing on my mind. Maybe I'm over reacting...maybe I'm not. Either way that was my last ride with motohouston. When I go to visit him I'll let him know you guys wished him a speedy recovery.
Wait, so it's Motohouston's fault your buddy wrecked?

Don't pansy up this thread with that bull . I wouldn't expect you to morn my ups, when I put my ego in front of my skills. That's mine to own and everyone that straps a bike to their and head out for a spirited ride knows that.

"That's the last ride with MH" pffft

It's probably for the best bud.

Maybe this group ride stuff ain't for you. Catch some PP1 and a coffee and call it a day.
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