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SMOKEDBUSA

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LATELY THERE HAVE BEEN A LOT OF CRASHES DOWN HERE. A FEW DIED! SOME WERE THERE FAULT AND SOME NOT. LAST NIGHT WAS THE FIRST NIGHT IN A WHILE THAT I WENT OUT AND KNOWBODY WRECKED. AN OFF DUTY SHERIFF WENT DOWN LAST WEEK AND TOTALLED HIS TL1000(NO INS.), AND HE BROKE HIS COLLAR BONE. THE OTHER DAY 18 BIKES WENT OUT AND ONLY 12 CAME BACK!!!!!!!!!!! FORTUNATELY I WAS OUT ON A BOAT INSTEAD OF RIDDING.

I'M CURRENTLY TRYING TO LEARN TO WHEELIE MY BIKE, SOMETIMES THINGS FEEL REALLY GOOD AND SOMETIMES LIKE LAST NIGHT, I JUST COULDN'T GET IN THE GROOVE. 12 OF US WENT OUT LAST NIGHT, NOBODY WAS FEELING TO COMFORTABLE, THERE WERE COPS EVERYWHERE AND NOTHING FELT RIGHT, BUT WE ALL MADE IT HOME WITHOUT ANY INCIDENTS!

DON'T LIKE TO PREACH, OR BE PREACHED TOO, BUT LET'S ALL HAVE FUN ON OUR BIKES, BUT LET'S ALSO THINK A LITTLE. JUST SOMETHING TO KEEP IN MIND!:31
 

MET

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Yes always thing and always be careful. That is not preaching it is a fact. I have noticed more bikes going down also, it is scary.
 

hank

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That's why I ride alone most of the time - Just go my own pace. Speaking of riding, today I put the scooter back in service and procceded to ride about 100 miles in 54 degree weather (MINNESOTA, January, 8, 2003 and sunny/ 54 degrees)!!!!!
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