Wednesday, August 31, 2011

The bike had its own ideas of where it wanted to go.

Gloves=good.


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17 comments:

joe said...

At least the bike had the common sense to say in it's own lane..

Josh said...

All the gear all the time.

INHarley said...

good thing they got away from it..and appear to be okay.

Delta said...

At least he had his CE Armor certified pony tail on.

MikeE said...

I wonder what her hands look like... Hamburger?

Where is FL Dyna to tell us how great these bikes handle.

FLDynaLowRider said...

I dont recall ever making any statements about handeling. This just proves MikeE with his engineering background has no idea what he is talking about because this paticular bikes handeling had nothing to do with the crash. That would fall on the rider not knowing his or the bikes limits. The make of bike has nothing to do with ones ability or inability to ride! Its funny though how today's sport bike riders think they know everything and are the best riders ever.
:-D

RC 51 Mark said...

I've crashed.

Delta said...

Did you wear your CE Armor certified pony tail when you crashed? I find that protection much more important than jackets or gloves.

RC 51 Mark said...

I had a Willie Nelson hat on with two pig tails hanging out of it !

Delta said...

Willie Nelson hats are the ultimate in crotch crawler protection. BUT, HEY, you ride an RC51, so what were you doing with it on!?

MikeE said...

I bet he never thought to set his GPS to record.

I know he is wishing he had a ContourHD strapped on so he could review all of his mistakes.

RTDan said...

Oh look, a squirrel.

RTDan said...

Hell with her, I gotta save my bike!

RC 51 Mark said...

I was trying to blend in !

14junkie said...

somebody's sleeping on the couch tonight !!

bet it was along ride home.

Panchdara said...

Nice boots, any that would fit my hands? (Not funny really, but your hands are the first things you'll extend)

Carl Collins said...

What's with all the animosity? Lord knows I've seen plenty of "crotch rocket" drivers act the fool.
Seen plenty act and dress the same too. Matter of fact, last trip up the Dragon the only
broken bikes and riders I saw were sport bikes. They are also the only ones I see doing wheel
stands through houston interstate traffic. Now that's a bright trick.
As long as they act like they have a bit of sense I'm happy to see anyone ride any road bike.
Been many a mile on 2 wheels, all states x 2 including our little pacific islands.
Not to mention day trips and weekend trips and just plain around town. It's in all our interes
to get along and pull together. We've too damn many enemies out there for anything else...