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Old 01-21-2010, 11:15 AM   #21
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I had the feeling once. Felt like my tires were flat. Checked them 5 times on way home with is 15 miles. Weirdest feeling ever. Almost had someone come pick me up with a truck casue i was freaking lol.
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Old 01-21-2010, 09:39 PM   #22
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Originally Posted by Javi View Post
the more u ride and learn the more u see the more u understand what u are about to do.... so a fast check before u ride fixes that now the fear that just makes everything more fun nothing good comes from fear when i have a bad feeling i get cruck like yea today is the day im ready!!!
lol man im not new or anything............... just felt weird that night. Now today it was the opposit......... i was one with the bike. lol
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Old 01-21-2010, 10:03 PM   #23
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Yep, happened to me before. Still does on occasion.

I once ran over a nail and had my rear tire go flat on me while riding. Ever since that day, I always feel like that tire is flat. Still wondering why the rear one got the nail instead of the front. We all get that feeling at some time, or at least I hope we do. Heck, Idk. Maybe I just have OCD. I do have to check my front door 3 times to make sure it's locked. Same with car doors, or any doors.
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Old 01-21-2010, 10:22 PM   #24
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Originally Posted by bumblebee View Post
I heard a comedian talking about feelings.

He said that when it comes to touchy feely, emotional interaction women have a giant radar dish on top of their heads that constantly sweeps the room for every nuance, the sightest telltale emotion.
Men on the other hand have a bent coat hanger with aluminum foil on it.

The only thing we really feel is pain and .

So, the point is...

Being as how I'm a REAL man I never felt what you are talking about. (sometimes I just pull over to look at stuff, that's all).

i thought i was the only one...
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Old 01-23-2010, 12:43 AM   #26
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Went on a F-ville ride with the regulars that I like to ride with which included a few new guys that I hadnt ridden with. One happened to be a guy (prob early 40's) on a brand spankin new busa. Well we get half way there, and he notices he forgot to fill up.. We stop at a station but it was closed. While stopped he told the story that he dropped his bike checking tire psi, and said that everything was off that morning. He said he never leaves his bike half full and always fills up before putting it up and mentioned how everything seemed off that day. Well about 10 mins down the road he tried to pass and went straight off the road (lucky there was a open spot there) but he hit his head pretty good and was loopy. He k.o'd his bike and got to ride in the ambulance.

I have felt that exact same way a time or two, and it was enough to make me decide to drive that morning, or ride all the way in the back. I know one thing for sure.. It saved me a big fat ticket at least once.
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