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post #1261 of 1833 (permalink) Old 09-25-2012, 07:40 PM
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OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG I hope everything is well love!!! Get well soon!
Thank you, I am fine, a little beat up. Arms and sides are sore, knee hurts a little, but I worked today, so I will be fine in a couple days.


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Thank you, I am fine, a little beat up. Arms and sides are sore, knee hurts a little, but I worked today, so I will be fine in a couple days.

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Your a trooper for even going to work
The bike isn't gonna fix itself, lol.

My track season is officially over because of this, I now need new tires, tire warmers (might be the cause of the crash) and lots of repairs on the bike.

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The bike isn't gonna fix itself, lol.

My track season is officially over because of this, I now need new tires, tire warmers (might be the cause of the crash) and lots of repairs on the bike.

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Of course not, damn thats one bad crash...Question why would the tire warmers be the cause of all that???

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Tire warmers heat the tires to 170ish degrees, so that when I go out on track I dont have to take it easy the first few laps to allow my tires to get up to temp. I go out, they are hot, they also keep the tires hot all day, which reduces the number of heat cycles which makes the tires last longer.

My tires are only getting to about 110 with the warmers on, which wasnt really a big problem until that session, we went out for one lap, then had a red flag so we had to sit on the pit lane, if my tires were 170+ degrees they would have only cooled to, lets say 110 degrees, but since mine were only at 110 to begin with, they cooled down to much. Also the track is mostly right turns, so the right side of the tire gets hotter faster, I was making the 3rd left when I crashed, which is the left turn that asks the most from the tire, which mine was cold.


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Tire warmers heat the tires to 170ish degrees, so that when I go out on track I dont have to take it easy the first few laps to allow my tires to get up to temp. I go out, they are hot, they also keep the tires hot all day, which reduces the number of heat cycles which makes the tires last longer.

My tires are only getting to about 110 with the warmers on, which wasnt really a big problem until that session, we went out for one lap, then had a red flag so we had to sit on the pit lane, if my tires were 170+ degrees they would have only cooled to, lets say 110 degrees, but since mine were only at 110 to begin with, they cooled down to much. Also the track is mostly right turns, so the right side of the tire gets hotter faster, I was making the 3rd left when I crashed, which is the left turn that asks the most from the tire, which mine was cold.

Damn sorry to hear that man, im just happy you are okay and that at least you know what caused all of this to happen. Get better soon.

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Damn sorry to hear that man, im just happy you are okay and that at least you know what caused all of this to happen. Get better soon.
Thanks, I am pretty much fine by now.


Cant say enough about the importance of good gear and having it fit properly. If my leathers fit me like they were supposed to, my knee would have been fine.

My knee armor rotated around and left my knee unprotected when I hit the ground.


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Any plans or rides taking place? today was a nice day, good weather not too cold or hot.
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Any plans or rides taking place? today was a nice day, good weather not too cold or hot.
Friday afternoon looks good so does Sat. As of now nothing that I know of, if I hear anything I'll post up.

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Looks like there won't be anymore meets and greets...
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Looks like there won't be anymore meets and greets...
Well it hasn't been from lack of trying, at least on my part. We should have one or two more weekends left to meet up.


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I just went up to rt.22 in Brewster on Sunday. nothing crazy, but I like going north sometimes just to clear my head. The Merritt in CT and the Taconic are pretty nice too.
If it's warm enough again, I'm gonna go for a loop trip thru 684N to 84W to Taconic south back home.

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I just went up to rt.22 in Brewster on Sunday. nothing crazy, but I like going north sometimes just to clear my head. The Merritt in CT and the Taconic are pretty nice too.
If it's warm enough again, I'm gonna go for a loop trip thru 684N to 84W to Taconic south back home.
Hey dude, I'd be donw to run that loop with you. It was good ride last time back from bear mountain.

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I just went up to rt.22 in Brewster on Sunday. nothing crazy, but I like going north sometimes just to clear my head. The Merritt in CT and the Taconic are pretty nice too.
If it's warm enough again, I'm gonna go for a loop trip thru 684N to 84W to Taconic south back home.
I've been commuting to work via car and bike to Danbury, CT via 684 for the last two months and it's a relaxing ride. I'd would recommend rt301 between Carmel and Cold Spring while you're up there.

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Hey dude, I'd be donw to run that loop with you. It was good ride last time back from bear mountain.
That sounds good. I would like to go before November comes around bc of weather, and this weekend should be in the 60's...sooo maybe idk.
Hopefully the rest of the crew can come through i know jayw is always itching for a meet lol

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I've been commuting to work via car and bike to Danbury, CT via 684 for the last two months and it's a relaxing ride. I'd would recommend rt301 between Carmel and Cold Spring while you're up there.
Just checked it on streetview... looks like a nice route to pass some miles on. You should lead that trip!

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I'm down for this sunday for that trip, if it'sin the 60's etc
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I'm down for this sunday for that trip, if it'sin the 60's etc
Don't bet on it. Morning temps up there start out in the 30's and 40's now and it's warm only for a brief period in the afternoon. I've been wearing heated gear each time I go up.

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Sooo, in the aftermath of Sandy, how's everyone doing? Hope everybody is ok
Any damage to your bikes? Or homes?

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im out of power at my house. no internet either. no damage to my house or anything. but 2 houses down, a tree fell smack into the middle of a house. i dont think anybody was hurt.
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im out of power at my house. no internet either. no damage to my house or anything. but 2 houses down, a tree fell smack into the middle of a house. i dont think anybody was hurt.
Dang your lucky. Trees have caused so much casualties. What's bothering me the most is the cellular network being down

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No damage here to home or bikes. The CBR was safe and dry inside a garage. Unfortunately I had to leave the 919 out in the storm because of a snapped clutch cable and I couldn't move it. So I covered it, locked the wheels, and chained it to a lamp post to prevent a tip over. Held up just fine.

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Dang your lucky. Trees have caused so much casualties. What's bothering me the most is the cellular network being down
Same here as skill, not much damage out east on LI, but some parts got really rocked...I feel bad for all of those who had damage and loss.
My bike was also in the garage, so she's fine.
The cellular network works on power, so if the power is out so are the cell towers...the network can not function properly causing a disrubtion in transmissions. Should be getting better.

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Everything safe here, just a few tree branches fell.
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I hope my bike is ok. Left it at a friends house, and of course my calls aren't going thru. Just got my oem seat cowl too... Probably shoulda saved my money, but 180$ is nothing when you spend 10g's on a bike

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NYC here, and me and the bike are fine!
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Going on day 10 with no power, no heat and no hot water. House, bikes and family are all fine. Generator has been keeping things powered up, just powered up the computer and found internet and phones are still working.


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^ I feel you man. I just got my power a few minutes ago, all thanks to some guys from Indiana of all places.

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Finally got power back about 1hour ago. Bikes are at mechanic and he is saving them




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