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3/18/2015 9:37 AM

OOfa! I crashed my '76 Triumph the other day. I have no memory of the actual crash. It was on a straight away, so I'm guessing a deer jumped out in front of me or something. No broken bones, but lots of road rash even with a leather jacket. Tank, seat and right side exhaust are done.

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3/24/2015 6:41 PM

Maybe it was a polar bear? Lol jk glad you're ok! Motorcycles are fun, but a lot more dangerous. Be careful out there!

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3/25/2015 6:56 AM

Thanks man, the scabs are starting to come off.

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3/26/2015 8:00 PM

We have black bears here locally, But that's a great idea, why claim deer when bear is a possibility. Until further memory, I ran into a damn black bear on my motorcycle!

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4/22/2015 5:42 PM

Is this going to stop your riding? A lot of people quit riding after a crash. I certainly can't wait to start riding!

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4/22/2015 6:07 PM

Naw. I just need some new motorcycle parts. All of my skin bits are grown back and my jacket only has one small hole. Almost ready for summer.

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8/26/2015 11:53 PM

the good thing is that you are ok.....

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9/29/2015 9:29 PM

Keep riding the limey. Almost as fun as mountain biking. A guy in town here has a fork mount bike rack coming off the back of his motorcycle to get his bike to the trail head.

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9/30/2015 6:46 AM

ssbike wrote:

Keep riding the limey. Almost as fun as mountain biking. A guy in town here has a fork mount bike rack coming off the back of his motorcycle to get his bike to the trail head.

Yea. I've got one on my CBR 600.

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8/26/2016 12:08 AM

Keep riding! My friend.



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10/27/2016 9:39 AM

X-nil_Stha wrote:

Keep riding! My friend.



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Old thread I know, but I couldn't help but ask, do you frequent here? How'd your recovery go?

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10/27/2016 9:40 AM

I ride an '03 650 V-star Custom BTW.

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10/27/2016 11:41 AM

X-nil_Stha wrote:

Keep riding! My friend.



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SoloOwners wrote:

Old thread I know, but I couldn't help but ask, do you frequent here? How'd your recovery go?

My body is doing just fine. I've started a frame up restoration on the Triumph including adding steering stops to prevent tank slappers in the future.

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10/27/2016 12:51 PM

Good to hear.
Also good that you'll be putting the bike back on the road.

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2/19/2017 9:27 PM

sour old polar bears always screwin around

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1/30/2018 3:22 AM

Hi everyone,

I am a new to the forum and I just come to buy a new mountain bike for the races and as I am careful and I would like to protect my bike with a clear proctection.


For that, I saw the diferents prodcuts of clearprotect: http://www.clear-protect.com/kit-de-protection-invisible-cadres-velo-vtt-cyclos/protections-de-cadre-1/cross-country.html

But I also heard to a new french brand "Slicy" with a lot of patches and mat finish: https://www.slicy-products.com/produit/sublimistick-ultimate/

Anyone had test these diferents prodcuts?

Good ride

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