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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 09-01-2018, 11:07 AM Thread Starter
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Vid: Motorcycle on Fire | 3 Crashes

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Was a rough day.

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Wow, rough day!
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Those roads look like a lot of fun if you know them, and ride within your limits!

Hate to see those beautiful bikes get torn up

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Those roads look like a lot of fun if you know them, and ride within your limits!

Hate to see those beautiful bikes get torn up <img src="https://www.600rr.net/vb/images/600RR_net_2015/smilies/tango_face_crying.png" border="0" alt="" title="Crying" class="inlineimg" />
Yeah, really turned a fun ride into a bummer.

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That seems to be the way group rides trend, sadly......

Might as well have a recovery truck following the ride these days....

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That seems to be the way group rides trend, sadly......

Might as well have a recovery truck following the ride these days....

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Appreciate that. I cannot disagree with your statement. I tell new riders to avoid them. Sometimes its hard to not try to keep up with the guy in front of you and just ride your ride. 2 of these 3 guys are really good riders. 3rd I dont know as well (1st rider off).

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I believe that. It looked like the guy that went wide at the end just got spooked from the shadows or something. I'm assuming he didn't know the road. Even still I think he would have made the corner just fine if he kept his lean.

Did you stick around for the recovery? How was the bike?

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I believe that. It looked like the guy that went wide at the end just got spooked from the shadows or something. I'm assuming he didn't know the road. Even still I think he would have made the corner just fine if he kept his lean.

Did you stick around for the recovery? How was the bike?
Shadow was a factor. Seemed like he hit his knee and tried to back off and opened his radius. His gear didnt have pucks on it and he had never ridden that road.

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lots of downhill, tightening radius corners....whoa!

Thanks for the vid salem CBR!
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lots of downhill, tightening radius corners....whoa!

Thanks for the vid salem CBR!
Batter without the crashes. But its more interesting footage I suppose.

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Very helpful, as a caution to all of us!
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