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Mar. 27/09......R.I.P. my baby SRAD... dumb biotch turned left in front of me. I was doing 60-65kms (in a 70) and slammed into her passengers side. :headscrat Dislocated my shoulder (that hurt) and a little tiny bit of rash on my one knee. I was wearing gloves, Shark RSI helmet, jeans, running shoes and a textile Joe Rocket with armour..... bike lookes dinked. I will post some pics when I can.
 

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That sucks man:headshake sorry to hear about the crash and the bike but, hey, you're alive and that's a big plus because the bike can be fixed or replaced. You can only sometimes be fixed but never replaced, so walking away is always a big plus:thumbup:
 

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you came out okay :thumbup:

i know you will ride again :arsenal
 

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Sorry to hear the news. But Glad you're ok. Jacket did it's job I take it, but how did it hold up against itself? Did it have some damage to it? or just lil scuff marks here and there? Just curious cause I've been looking into textile.
 

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Bike looks salvagable. Get her back on the road.
 

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Hell I rather have you on here mad and your bike messed up then getting another Biker down post.........

Thank god your okay and that you were talented enough to save most of the bike and yourself........... Hats off to you man.
 

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Bike looks salvagable. Get her back on the road.
I would have except...(trust me I thought about this alot) I don't have the room, need the extra $$ to buy a newer one. If I was doing better finacially and had space I would have bought it back for sure. Insurance is giving me $4864.00 including taxes just for the bike, my gear is still being worked out and so is the pain and suffering.:shifty
 

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Hell I rather have you on here mad and your bike messed up then getting another Biker down post.........

Thank god your okay and that you were talented enough to save most of the bike and yourself........... Hats off to you man.

Thanks too all you guy's for the comments !!:thumbup:
 

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Glad to here you are ok.. I dislocated my shoulder a couple times it does freaking hurt. Make sure you rehab it properly. My tendons are so stretched out my shoulder can partially dislocate pretty easily now.

If you want to get that bike back on the road I have the same bike in a different color. Blown engine, everything else is in really good shape... PM me if you want pics or if your insurance will let you sell/give the bike away.
 

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Glad to here you are ok.. I dislocated my shoulder a couple times it does freaking hurt. Make sure you rehab it properly. My tendons are so stretched out my shoulder can partially dislocate pretty easily now.

If you want to get that bike back on the road I have the same bike in a different color. Blown engine, everything else is in really good shape... PM me if you want pics or if your insurance will let you sell/give the bike away.
thanks, I would have loved to get her back on the road, just don't have the space or $$. I had told the insurance company to auction her early this week. I hit the chick pretty hard so there may have been frame damage, the shop didn't get that far b4 they wrote her off.
 
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