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Chomper hit the deck AGAIN

Discussion in 'General Motorcycling Discussion' at netrider.net.au started by Phanoongy, Nov 1, 2006.

  1. About a week back on the bike and the bike hit the deck again! Totally my fault…..
    I was pushing to get threw a late yellow light in heavy traffic, not noticing that the traffic had stoped halfway into the intersection,(was doing a head check to change lanes) I managed to stop before I ran up the ass of the car in front…but I gave her a soft drop in the middle of the intersection, only damage(other than pride) was scratching to my new top fairing, left mirror and indicator…I also put a small bend in the clutch leaver as for me I am feeling a little tender in my left arm ( I guess im evened up a bit as I still feel pain in my right arm from off in February)

    Mind you this is the 1st time ive had to pick the bike up after it’s fallen over and I felt like I could have done it with 1 hand!!!! I was feeling that mad with myself….


     
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  2. bugger mate... i'm sure we'll all let you know our... umm.. sympathies on Monday ;)

    Wanna buy my 250? ;)
     
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  3. Dude, you need an old priest and a young priest. How many's that?
     
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  4. Bugger indeed.

    Anyone else noticed that it's really easy to pick up a bike when your angry at yourself? I reckon it's all that extra adrenaline running through you makes it that much easier.
     
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  5. More importantly - how would you rate the stoppie out of 10? :p
     
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  6. pfff i dont count that as a crash....if the bike can still run its only an opps...not a crash!........and i dont count opps!!!!



    and as to you booga...i would rather get another across than buy your bike!!!* :twisted:
     
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  7. oh bad luck mate...... glad to hear there is no major damage though..... and even better you sound like you are alright too

    take care out there

    cheers stewy
     
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  8. Just lucky I dont dislike you for your choice in bikes ;) :LOL:

    I know where you live :p
     
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  9. Justin, do you think this may be a sign to get that bloody bike insured now??? :p
     
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  10. I think it's sign to get rid of it altogether !
     
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  11. Sorry Justin but Im with Doonks on this one..

    Get rid of it, its cursed..
     
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  12. Better to drop than crash I guess. :)

    Glad you're not real banged up this time. :)
     
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  13. Damn...... arent you glad you hadn't painted it yet. :shock:
    Glad everything is ok though.
     
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  14. Just don't make it a habit. Glad it was a drop and not anything else
     
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  15. Maybe it's time to make some mods to the CBR, something like this perhaps? :p :LOL:
    [img:312:221:0fbf026f40]http://www.trikehire.co.uk/index_image374.jpg[/img:0fbf026f40]
     
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  16. Sounds like farmer Phanooooooongy is itching to plow some fields again :LOL:
     
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  17. Justin, you need some *serious* help with this riding caper....maybe training wheels, spokey dokes and tassles from your bar ends, with a basket on the front!

    Methinks you need to pay more attention when on two wheels :wink:

    Glad you're OK :grin:
     
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  18. Amazing how many stupid moments you can get away with, but then before you know it... Least you're ok.
     
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  19. You should try pickin his 600 up it weighs a ton :LOL: :LOL:


    P.S....You dumb bastard Noogy :LOL: :LOL: :LOL:
     
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  20. Nah - then we'd be hearing all about the little problem Justin had while lane-splitting!

    :p :LOL:
     
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