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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 03-17-2017, 10:58 AM Thread Starter
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i totaled my bike!...

in my dream!...

whew what a nightmare...
i went over a big patch of sand...i mean sand box deep...but i had sense enough to just throw away the bike before the big slide, on my feet, and saw my bike go end over end...bike breaking in half that will not buff right out...

first thought was how did i not see that molehill of sand...then i started thinking of taking my aftermarket parts, gear indicator, speedo healer, slipon, etc....for my next bike...

i was thinking this better be a dream and then i realized it was...happened at 7:00 because i looked at the clock...

guys and gals did you have a similar nightmare?...
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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 03-17-2017, 12:35 PM
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I often dream of riding a bike or driving a car, but never crashing...
In my dreams I'm invincible...
And in real life... maybe...

I miss 2 stroke....
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I had a pretty vivid nightmare the night before I totaled my bike. I remember riding in a car with my family and tumbled off of a cliff. The following afternoon I went too hot into a hairpin turn and totaled my bike. Walked away from that accident but it's weird how that day turned out. Ride safe mate!

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Surprisingly no dreams at all about riding.

First time rider over 40. Finally made it!
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Dreams suck!!

So much stuffs I wanted to buy, so little money...Damn it! :D
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