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HMFT after I stand on my moving motorcycle in traffic

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COMMENTS

  • ViperThreat
    25 points Mar 24,2019, 10:56pm
  • uparmoredninja
    10 points Mar 24,2019, 11:41pm

    I was hoping he would fall, and that video did not disappoint.

  • some-white-dude
    3 points Mar 24,2019, 11:17pm

    Hahahahahahaha...........hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahhahahahhahahahahahahahhahahahahahahahhahahahahahahahhahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

  • Y-66R
    4 points Mar 24,2019, 10:51pm
  • Melkor4ever
    2 points Mar 25,2019, 2:11pm

    What bike is that?

  • PlotBarrelRoll
    4 points Mar 25,2019, 1:30am

    It wasn't the standing that was the problem apparently - it was sitting back down.

  • airbiscuit
    2 points Mar 24,2019, 10:52pm

    quite the idiot

  • OPTicPhoenix
    2 points Mar 24,2019, 11:36pm

    But he had TWO helmets what could be safer than that?

  • CrazyCanti
    2 points Mar 25,2019, 1:51am

    That poor bike!

  • Melziyu
    2 points Mar 25,2019, 6:36am

    What bike he on?

  • cg_Sprite
    2 points Mar 25,2019, 7:26am

    😂 play stupid games ...

  • smurfsoldier07
    1 points Mar 25,2019, 1:14pm

    OH MY GOD ITS JASON BONED!

  • stuyvant
    0 points Mar 25,2019, 12:15am

    F

COMMENTS

  • ViperThreat
    25 points Mar 24,2019, 10:56pm
  • uparmoredninja
    10 points Mar 24,2019, 11:41pm

    I was hoping he would fall, and that video did not disappoint.

  • some-white-dude
    3 points Mar 24,2019, 11:17pm

    Hahahahahahaha...........hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahhahahahhahahahahahahahhahahahahahahahhahahahahahahahhahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

  • Bynr0njolf
    7 points Mar 25,2019, 12:39am

    I mean, it was even badged as a Decepticon, we all knew what was coming. He got off lucky.

  • Y-66R
    4 points Mar 24,2019, 10:51pm
  • Melkor4ever
    2 points Mar 25,2019, 2:11pm

    What bike is that?

  • PlotBarrelRoll
    4 points Mar 25,2019, 1:30am

    It wasn't the standing that was the problem apparently - it was sitting back down.

  • airbiscuit
    2 points Mar 24,2019, 10:52pm

    quite the idiot

  • OPTicPhoenix
    2 points Mar 24,2019, 11:36pm

    But he had TWO helmets what could be safer than that?

  • CrazyCanti
    2 points Mar 25,2019, 1:51am

    That poor bike!

  • Melziyu
    2 points Mar 25,2019, 6:36am

    What bike he on?

  • cg_Sprite
    2 points Mar 25,2019, 7:26am

    😂 play stupid games ...

  • smurfsoldier07
    1 points Mar 25,2019, 1:14pm

    OH MY GOD ITS JASON BONED!

  • stuyvant
    0 points Mar 25,2019, 12:15am

    F

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Favorite pic of my bike

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Went down over the weekend. Frame slider saved my leg and alot more potential damage.. but my ego hurts as much as my road rash

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COMMENTS

  • nyetloki
    48 points Mar 24,2019, 11:01pm

    I don't see any sliders. Did you take them off afterwards?

  • TigerDude33
    67 points Mar 24,2019, 11:52pm

    big blue frame sliders that look like fairings?

  • curiouspoops
    21 points Mar 25,2019, 2:24am

    I'm confused, I don't see any frame sliders? Did they break off or something?

  • EemyooLB
    11 points Mar 24,2019, 10:31pm

    Nothing hurts quite like a bruised ego

  • Gozer712
    5 points Mar 24,2019, 11:08pm

    That sucks but don’t let it get you down too much. Same thing happened to me years ago but it’s just one of those “shit happens” things.

    Were you wearing gear at the time? Wondering how bad the road rash is. Had that happen too by the way. Painful shit happens in that case.

  • xXmercuryXx7
    3 points Mar 24,2019, 11:14pm

    I went down this weekend too, car pulled out in front and I applied to much rear brake and slid.

  • TinPinFTW
    3 points Mar 24,2019, 10:39pm

    Frame slider FTW

  • CrazyCanti
    1 points Mar 25,2019, 1:57am

    Probably not really needed as the damage doesn't look too bad, but it's the perfect excuse for a street fighter conversion!

  • Ryanwenz1
    1 points Mar 25,2019, 9:27am

    We've all been there.

  • MojoLamp
    1 points Mar 25,2019, 10:08am

    So there arent any frame sliders. Did you at least have gear on?

  • FrankJoeman
    1 points Mar 25,2019, 10:24am

    Well at least you didn’t dump it trying to turn around in a gas station. That’s the most embarrassing

  • shazzye
    1 points Mar 25,2019, 12:44pm

    Yamaha in it's natural habitat, on it's side.

    Mine is scratched on the right side... gotta buy new fairings.

  • Fhistleb
    1 points Mar 25,2019, 2:51pm

    Nice, I hit a coyote a couple months ago without sliders and the damage wasn't toooooo terribly bad.

    I think when all was said and done it was about 1500 in total cost. Turns out a rubber pad was the most expensive thing needing replacement.

    I also have some wicked sweet scars on my leg too!

    (I seldom wear my riding pants, they would have been great for this accident)

  • Merket
    1 points Mar 25,2019, 5:51pm

    I had some cheap eBay sliders that just snapped off, had to replace fairings. They were probably good for tip overs but couldn't handle a 25mph low side.

  • Y-66R
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 10:50pm

    Why does your ego hurt? Moto GP racers go down and they are ok with it, does your ego think it's better then Moto GP racers?

  • Crazy3rkk
    1 points Mar 25,2019, 12:03pm

    Frame slider came off/i took the rest off after i got the bike up. And yes I was wearing my gear. Gravels just a b

  • mancrazy12
    -1 points Mar 25,2019, 3:15am

    Road rash? Wear proper gear.

  • BernieorBust1992
    -1 points Mar 25,2019, 12:08pm

    frame sliders are a great way to break a motor mount. get a cage.

COMMENTS

  • nyetloki
    48 points Mar 24,2019, 11:01pm

    I don't see any sliders. Did you take them off afterwards?

  • TigerDude33
    67 points Mar 24,2019, 11:52pm

    big blue frame sliders that look like fairings?

  • curiouspoops
    21 points Mar 25,2019, 2:24am

    I'm confused, I don't see any frame sliders? Did they break off or something?

  • the_last_carfighter
    17 points Mar 24,2019, 10:31pm

    Bikes fall over, it happens. Nothing to bruise your ego over.

  • EemyooLB
    11 points Mar 24,2019, 10:31pm

    Nothing hurts quite like a bruised ego

  • Gozer712
    5 points Mar 24,2019, 11:08pm

    That sucks but don’t let it get you down too much. Same thing happened to me years ago but it’s just one of those “shit happens” things.

    Were you wearing gear at the time? Wondering how bad the road rash is. Had that happen too by the way. Painful shit happens in that case.

  • xXmercuryXx7
    3 points Mar 24,2019, 11:14pm

    I went down this weekend too, car pulled out in front and I applied to much rear brake and slid.

  • TinPinFTW
    3 points Mar 24,2019, 10:39pm

    Frame slider FTW

  • CrazyCanti
    1 points Mar 25,2019, 1:57am

    Probably not really needed as the damage doesn't look too bad, but it's the perfect excuse for a street fighter conversion!

  • Ryanwenz1
    1 points Mar 25,2019, 9:27am

    We've all been there.

  • MojoLamp
    1 points Mar 25,2019, 10:08am

    So there arent any frame sliders. Did you at least have gear on?

  • FrankJoeman
    1 points Mar 25,2019, 10:24am

    Well at least you didn’t dump it trying to turn around in a gas station. That’s the most embarrassing

  • shazzye
    1 points Mar 25,2019, 12:44pm

    Yamaha in it's natural habitat, on it's side.

    Mine is scratched on the right side... gotta buy new fairings.

  • Fhistleb
    1 points Mar 25,2019, 2:51pm

    Nice, I hit a coyote a couple months ago without sliders and the damage wasn't toooooo terribly bad.

    I think when all was said and done it was about 1500 in total cost. Turns out a rubber pad was the most expensive thing needing replacement.

    I also have some wicked sweet scars on my leg too!

    (I seldom wear my riding pants, they would have been great for this accident)

  • Merket
    1 points Mar 25,2019, 5:51pm

    I had some cheap eBay sliders that just snapped off, had to replace fairings. They were probably good for tip overs but couldn't handle a 25mph low side.

  • Y-66R
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 10:50pm

    Why does your ego hurt? Moto GP racers go down and they are ok with it, does your ego think it's better then Moto GP racers?

  • Crazy3rkk
    1 points Mar 25,2019, 12:03pm

    Frame slider came off/i took the rest off after i got the bike up. And yes I was wearing my gear. Gravels just a b

  • mancrazy12
    -1 points Mar 25,2019, 3:15am

    Road rash? Wear proper gear.

  • BernieorBust1992
    -1 points Mar 25,2019, 12:08pm

    frame sliders are a great way to break a motor mount. get a cage.

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Michelin Wild Tyres on a BMW R1200GS. Two weeks old with gentle usage - catastrophic failure.

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COMMENTS

  • nyetloki
    3 points Mar 24,2019, 3:13am

    What's the born on date on the sidewall? Typically 2 digit year 2 digit week number, in a circle.

  • Youveejay
    2 points Mar 24,2019, 7:22am

    You don’t get unconditional warranty on it?

  • sqrt7744
    4 points Mar 24,2019, 2:29am

    I have never experienced failure like this. E.g. I've gone through 2 sets of nobby Metzlers in similar riding conditions with no problems (mostly country road / light forest trail).

    So I cannot recommend the tyres in good faith. They don't even have 300kms on them yet.

  • Airhead72
    2 points Mar 24,2019, 2:44am

    I'm no expert but it's common knowledge that Michelin makes fantastic tires. That looks like it hit something really nasty with a lot of energy and so it broke. Good rubber is great but it's not impervious. A worse tire might have failed entirely in the same spot. Just cause you've ridden the road before doesn't mean you took the exact same track that this tire did and rolled across the same ground.

    Also I'm not a knobby user but this doesn't look like catastrophic failure. It's one knob out of how many over the whole tire? Yes it's a wound but I bet it still performs just fine.

  • PoopSmith87
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 4:51am

    Isn't this a brand new line of tires for Michelin? I'm wondering if you got tires rated for a lighter bike

  • cory89123
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 4:59pm

    I have read several horror stories about that series of tires. noise and premature wear are the most common complaints.

    I decided to give MOTOZ Tractionator a shot and im 10k miles into the set they have plenty of life left and have been great in the grip department. I aired them down to 12 psi when riding through death valley and never had a problem in sand or rocks. ride around town at 40 psi and always feel confident.

COMMENTS

  • nyetloki
    3 points Mar 24,2019, 3:13am

    What's the born on date on the sidewall? Typically 2 digit year 2 digit week number, in a circle.

  • Youveejay
    2 points Mar 24,2019, 7:22am

    You don’t get unconditional warranty on it?

  • sqrt7744
    4 points Mar 24,2019, 2:29am

    I have never experienced failure like this. E.g. I've gone through 2 sets of nobby Metzlers in similar riding conditions with no problems (mostly country road / light forest trail).

    So I cannot recommend the tyres in good faith. They don't even have 300kms on them yet.

  • richardjreidii
    3 points Mar 24,2019, 3:51am

    Check the date code on the tires. It is listed as week/year. I suspect it's old rubber.

  • Airhead72
    2 points Mar 24,2019, 2:44am

    I'm no expert but it's common knowledge that Michelin makes fantastic tires. That looks like it hit something really nasty with a lot of energy and so it broke. Good rubber is great but it's not impervious. A worse tire might have failed entirely in the same spot. Just cause you've ridden the road before doesn't mean you took the exact same track that this tire did and rolled across the same ground.

    Also I'm not a knobby user but this doesn't look like catastrophic failure. It's one knob out of how many over the whole tire? Yes it's a wound but I bet it still performs just fine.

  • PoopSmith87
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 4:51am

    Isn't this a brand new line of tires for Michelin? I'm wondering if you got tires rated for a lighter bike

  • cory89123
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 4:59pm

    I have read several horror stories about that series of tires. noise and premature wear are the most common complaints.

    I decided to give MOTOZ Tractionator a shot and im 10k miles into the set they have plenty of life left and have been great in the grip department. I aired them down to 12 psi when riding through death valley and never had a problem in sand or rocks. ride around town at 40 psi and always feel confident.

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Race Umra | Kensei getting low

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Another Friend Near Jebel Kawr, Oman

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COMMENTS

  • hotrock3
    7 points Mar 24,2019, 3:18am

    As apart of a club ride, 15 motorcycles (5 Monsters, 4 Panigales, 3 Multistradas, 2 Scramblers, and 1 Hypermotard) and 17 members took to the road into Oman. Across 2 days we did 1,100 kms and enjoyed some of the best and worst roads in the area.

  • HallonPajen
    2 points Mar 24,2019, 6:45am

    The third most beautiful bike ever made! Second most beautiful goes to the Panigale 1199 and the first place goes to the Panigale 1299!

  • blinxnot1
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 3:24am

    Just curious what was the temperature during the ride, just looking at the picture with full leathers combined with the ducati heated seat!I'm sure a great time for all on the ride.

  • omi_one
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 11:03am

    Saw your convoy. We’re you the guys with the Ducati van following you just in case stuff breaks? Saw you at the resort on the hill which shall remain nameless for anonymity

  • iamwesselart
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 1:43pm

    Now that would be a cool place to ride.

COMMENTS

  • hotrock3
    7 points Mar 24,2019, 3:18am

    As apart of a club ride, 15 motorcycles (5 Monsters, 4 Panigales, 3 Multistradas, 2 Scramblers, and 1 Hypermotard) and 17 members took to the road into Oman. Across 2 days we did 1,100 kms and enjoyed some of the best and worst roads in the area.

  • HallonPajen
    2 points Mar 24,2019, 6:45am

    The third most beautiful bike ever made! Second most beautiful goes to the Panigale 1199 and the first place goes to the Panigale 1299!

  • blinxnot1
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 3:24am

    Just curious what was the temperature during the ride, just looking at the picture with full leathers combined with the ducati heated seat!I'm sure a great time for all on the ride.

  • yakikadafi
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 8:41am

    Great pic mate

  • omi_one
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 11:03am

    Saw your convoy. We’re you the guys with the Ducati van following you just in case stuff breaks? Saw you at the resort on the hill which shall remain nameless for anonymity

  • iamwesselart
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 1:43pm

    Now that would be a cool place to ride.

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Wear your gear, folks. It could save your life!

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COMMENTS

  • WinterCame87
    175 points Mar 24,2019, 12:08pm

    That's me laying on the road. Got rear ended at a stop light. Blew my knee up, but thankfully my gear did its job and I was able to leave the hospital under my own power later that night.

  • omnilicious1
    18 points Mar 24,2019, 12:50pm

    Gear and insurance (for the bikes revival). Glad you're okay.

  • Creepygangster
    16 points Mar 24,2019, 12:14pm

    I'm never ever going to ride without gear after an accident. Without it it would be much more damage than just a few bruises.

  • 82930748-1
    3 points Mar 24,2019, 6:21pm

    Anddd this is why I stare directly into my rear views until the car behind me comes to a stop safely.

  • bmwlocoAirCooled
    4 points Mar 24,2019, 3:13pm

    ATGATT saves again. Even riding my scooter, I wear body armor.

  • BlackBladeX
    2 points Mar 24,2019, 6:34pm

    Any of your gear you'd especially recommend?

  • Whynotaskinreddit
    2 points Mar 24,2019, 8:08pm

    So you saying if i dont have my gear i can die? Where do i sign up?

  • Passerine_
    4 points Mar 24,2019, 1:48pm

    I'm a new rider and went to the grocery store the other day and decided I didn't need to wear my riding jeans. When I was riding through my alley on the way back home I just froze up looking at a big pothole near my parking spaces and almost ran straight into my truck! Luckily didn't hit the truck or drop the bike but slammed my shin into my peg really hard, didn't break anything but now there's a painful bruise on my shin that wouldn't be there if I had been wearing my riding jeans instead of my regular jeans!

    A quick lesson for me in humility. I'm glad it didn't cost more.

  • ManhattanTime
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 1:50pm

    Glad you are ok!

    Front end of your bike doesn't look damaged so I'm guessing you weren't pushed into anything. How'd your knee get blown up? Bike ended up on top of it or just impact of the ground?

  • sleepyoso
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 2:00pm

    Glad you’re okay. Were you at a complete stop?

  • suppathyme
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 2:01pm

    Glad you’re okay man

  • LiamGTR
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 2:19pm

    Finally bought some Spidi boots & an RST 2-piece leather trousers/jacket. One day last week I just wanted to “nip out to the shop” so threw on my A* textile jacket and RST jeans and RST ankle boot things and can’t believe how naked I felt and how I’d do that for the previous 3 years!!

  • tw200
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 3:20pm

    Oh fuck is that Stony Trail?Sucks bro

  • WeldPhoenix
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 3:49pm

    Glad you’re okay but I’m trying to figure out who hit you and where the other rider is.

  • faustian1
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 4:07pm

    Thanks for the inspiration. I always feel a little strange all geared up on a hot day but maybe someday it'll pay off, like it did for you.

  • Herschdorfer
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 4:41pm

    One more thing, not related to the topic but: take it easy in the road after the winter break.

    I drove yesterday though the country and saw three accidents on the first beautiful riding days this year.

    Two of the to fast, the third hit gravel on the corner.

    Stay safe.

  • captain_lion_turd
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 5:54pm

    Many moons ago I ended up underneath a car that pulled out on me, with the wheel resting on top of me. Gear saved my life, I'm glad it did yours.

  • LifesthePits
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 6:49pm

    Thanks for the reminder. I hate the gear but these " moments of clarity" keep me putting it on.

  • TPAYMatt
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 7:43pm

    Not to take away from your post, but did you go for much of a slide?

    I mean, the helmet and gloves are always good, but the best kangaroo leather suit won't save you from impact injuries, and you can get back protectors to wear over a t-shirt if you're into that kind of thing.

  • wastedtime666
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 8:06pm

    Glad the guys ok. I wonder if he'll switch to high vis gear? I always find it ironic that a lot of safety gear is dark colored.

  • MBGuy76
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 8:22pm

    Looks like Rte 90 near the perimeter. Take care man get healed up so you're cruising when it's finally nice out.

  • jgortner
    0 points Mar 24,2019, 4:53pm

    So can not driving aggressively and beyond your limits.

COMMENTS

  • WinterCame87
    175 points Mar 24,2019, 12:08pm

    That's me laying on the road. Got rear ended at a stop light. Blew my knee up, but thankfully my gear did its job and I was able to leave the hospital under my own power later that night.

  • omnilicious1
    18 points Mar 24,2019, 12:50pm

    Gear and insurance (for the bikes revival). Glad you're okay.

  • Creepygangster
    16 points Mar 24,2019, 12:14pm

    I'm never ever going to ride without gear after an accident. Without it it would be much more damage than just a few bruises.

  • socktornado
    7 points Mar 24,2019, 1:19pm

    Fug dude, that's not a good sight to see. Glad you were able to walk away that day. Any idea if the person was on their phone or what happened?

  • 82930748-1
    3 points Mar 24,2019, 6:21pm

    Anddd this is why I stare directly into my rear views until the car behind me comes to a stop safely.

  • bmwlocoAirCooled
    4 points Mar 24,2019, 3:13pm

    ATGATT saves again. Even riding my scooter, I wear body armor.

  • BlackBladeX
    2 points Mar 24,2019, 6:34pm

    Any of your gear you'd especially recommend?

  • Whynotaskinreddit
    2 points Mar 24,2019, 8:08pm

    So you saying if i dont have my gear i can die? Where do i sign up?

  • Passerine_
    4 points Mar 24,2019, 1:48pm

    I'm a new rider and went to the grocery store the other day and decided I didn't need to wear my riding jeans. When I was riding through my alley on the way back home I just froze up looking at a big pothole near my parking spaces and almost ran straight into my truck! Luckily didn't hit the truck or drop the bike but slammed my shin into my peg really hard, didn't break anything but now there's a painful bruise on my shin that wouldn't be there if I had been wearing my riding jeans instead of my regular jeans!

    A quick lesson for me in humility. I'm glad it didn't cost more.

  • ManhattanTime
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 1:50pm

    Glad you are ok!

    Front end of your bike doesn't look damaged so I'm guessing you weren't pushed into anything. How'd your knee get blown up? Bike ended up on top of it or just impact of the ground?

  • sleepyoso
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 2:00pm

    Glad you’re okay. Were you at a complete stop?

  • suppathyme
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 2:01pm

    Glad you’re okay man

  • LiamGTR
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 2:19pm

    Finally bought some Spidi boots & an RST 2-piece leather trousers/jacket. One day last week I just wanted to “nip out to the shop” so threw on my A* textile jacket and RST jeans and RST ankle boot things and can’t believe how naked I felt and how I’d do that for the previous 3 years!!

  • tw200
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 3:20pm

    Oh fuck is that Stony Trail?Sucks bro

  • WeldPhoenix
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 3:49pm

    Glad you’re okay but I’m trying to figure out who hit you and where the other rider is.

  • faustian1
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 4:07pm

    Thanks for the inspiration. I always feel a little strange all geared up on a hot day but maybe someday it'll pay off, like it did for you.

  • Herschdorfer
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 4:41pm

    One more thing, not related to the topic but: take it easy in the road after the winter break.

    I drove yesterday though the country and saw three accidents on the first beautiful riding days this year.

    Two of the to fast, the third hit gravel on the corner.

    Stay safe.

  • captain_lion_turd
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 5:54pm

    Many moons ago I ended up underneath a car that pulled out on me, with the wheel resting on top of me. Gear saved my life, I'm glad it did yours.

  • LifesthePits
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 6:49pm

    Thanks for the reminder. I hate the gear but these " moments of clarity" keep me putting it on.

  • TPAYMatt
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 7:43pm

    Not to take away from your post, but did you go for much of a slide?

    I mean, the helmet and gloves are always good, but the best kangaroo leather suit won't save you from impact injuries, and you can get back protectors to wear over a t-shirt if you're into that kind of thing.

  • wastedtime666
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 8:06pm

    Glad the guys ok. I wonder if he'll switch to high vis gear? I always find it ironic that a lot of safety gear is dark colored.

  • MBGuy76
    1 points Mar 24,2019, 8:22pm

    Looks like Rte 90 near the perimeter. Take care man get healed up so you're cruising when it's finally nice out.

  • jgortner
    0 points Mar 24,2019, 4:53pm

    So can not driving aggressively and beyond your limits.

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When it's in your blood

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COMMENTS

  • Intellectual_Worlock
    7 points Mar 23,2019, 1:59pm

    I like how the color scheme matches the stegosaurus.

  • MyOtherSide1984
    1 points Mar 23,2019, 7:54pm

    What helmet is that? Doesn't look like a motorcycle one to me

COMMENTS

  • Intellectual_Worlock
    7 points Mar 23,2019, 1:59pm

    I like how the color scheme matches the stegosaurus.

  • MyOtherSide1984
    1 points Mar 23,2019, 7:54pm

    What helmet is that? Doesn't look like a motorcycle one to me

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Me walking into a Harley dealership with my Honda parked outside.

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COMMENTS

  • Chevy_69
    7 points Mar 23,2019, 5:37pm

    Fuck you must be bored!

  • _SavageMessiah_
    4 points Mar 23,2019, 7:45pm

    Hah Harley riders wearing helmets, good one

  • Kazick_Fairwind
    8 points Mar 23,2019, 5:44pm

    This is me everyday at work at a Harley dealership while riding a Yamaha.

  • Bobtom42
    2 points Mar 23,2019, 5:28pm

    And a Triumph jacket 😂. Actually my Yamie has got the most love outside of Harley Dealers.

  • minnion
    1 points Mar 23,2019, 7:12pm

    I lolled at this.

  • lucky866
    1 points Mar 23,2019, 7:54pm

    Too funny!! Also relateable as a ride a Honda CBR 600.

  • Chevy_69
    1 points Mar 23,2019, 8:46pm

    🤣🤣🤣

  • freetattoo
    2 points Mar 23,2019, 5:48pm

    I used to take my Hondas to a Harley dealership for the yearly state inspection because it's close, and there was never any wait. When I'd take my '71 CB750 in, the showroom and shop would clear out while all the old guys drooled over it and talked about how they "used to have one just like it". No Harleys got any attention when I was there.

COMMENTS

  • Chevy_69
    7 points Mar 23,2019, 5:37pm

    Fuck you must be bored!

  • _SavageMessiah_
    4 points Mar 23,2019, 7:45pm

    Hah Harley riders wearing helmets, good one

  • Kazick_Fairwind
    8 points Mar 23,2019, 5:44pm

    This is me everyday at work at a Harley dealership while riding a Yamaha.

  • uparmoredninja
    4 points Mar 23,2019, 4:56pm

    Weird flex, but ok...

  • Bobtom42
    2 points Mar 23,2019, 5:28pm

    And a Triumph jacket 😂. Actually my Yamie has got the most love outside of Harley Dealers.

  • minnion
    1 points Mar 23,2019, 7:12pm

    I lolled at this.

  • lucky866
    1 points Mar 23,2019, 7:54pm

    Too funny!! Also relateable as a ride a Honda CBR 600.

  • Chevy_69
    1 points Mar 23,2019, 8:46pm

    🤣🤣🤣

  • freetattoo
    2 points Mar 23,2019, 5:48pm

    I used to take my Hondas to a Harley dealership for the yearly state inspection because it's close, and there was never any wait. When I'd take my '71 CB750 in, the showroom and shop would clear out while all the old guys drooled over it and talked about how they "used to have one just like it". No Harleys got any attention when I was there.

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First tinted visor day over the Sally Gap in Ireland this year. A great place to use smooth, focused riding, or else.

motorcycles

COMMENTS

  • thatkidPB
    7 points Mar 23,2019, 5:56pm

    I wanna see a full image of yo bike. Havent seen that design

  • Ianasauras
    0 points Mar 23,2019, 5:56pm

    How're the roads up there this year? Any improvement over the last 2?

COMMENTS

  • thatkidPB
    7 points Mar 23,2019, 5:56pm

    I wanna see a full image of yo bike. Havent seen that design

  • Ianasauras
    0 points Mar 23,2019, 5:56pm

    How're the roads up there this year? Any improvement over the last 2?