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    The fuckstick on the KTM 390 Duke overtaking a stock truck on a blind corner just out of Little River on Sunday belongs on that list.
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    Borrowed bike, no gear. Gizza a ride mate.
    Nah.
    Oh go on.
    Just around the block.
    Let's see what it will do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by F5 Dave View Post
    Borrowed bike, no gear. Gizza a ride mate.
    Nah.
    Oh go on.
    Just around the block.
    Let's see what it will do.

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    if you come off on the road at 230kph no amount of gear will save you, so therefore it is entirely reasonable for our hero to be wearing jandals and a gold lurex posing pouch/mankini, and a dazzling smile.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HenryDorsetCase View Post
    if you come off on the road at 230kph no amount of gear will save you, so therefore it is entirely reasonable for our hero to be wearing jandals and a gold lurex posing pouch/mankini, and a dazzling smile.
    At least full gear in an off at that speed the "blood and bone" is more likely to be kept in a neat and tidy package rather than being spread over all of the scenery...

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    I used to be a rider that was a douche. Now I don't ride.
    "Some people are like clouds, once they fuck off, it's a great day!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Str8 Jacket View Post
    I used to be a rider that was a douche. Now I don't ride.
    No ones going to bag you for that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pritch View Post
    There are a few details missing from that story, like f'rinstance, how did they catch him ?
    according to the wireless today he stopped for them

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moi View Post
    At least full gear in an off at that speed the "blood and bone" is more likely to be kept in a neat and tidy package rather than being spread over all of the scenery...
    This is important to the people who "fix" accidents. Many moons ago, up over, an acquaintance had a car pull out in front of him. He was estimated to be doing 170mph at the time of impact.

    Any hoo, the accident scene defied physics, the car was folded in half. The rider, in full leathers, was intact but would have fitted in a bin bag. He hit the centre of the car at roof level, head first.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HenryDorsetCase View Post
    if you come off on the road at 230kph no amount of gear will save you, so therefore it is entirely reasonable for our hero to be wearing jandals and a gold lurex posing pouch/mankini, and a dazzling smile.
    The Motogp season would be pretty short if that were the case. And yes the racetrack doesn't have cars and lampposts, but the road doesn't always either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by F5 Dave View Post
    The Motogp season would be pretty short if that were the case. And yes the racetrack doesn't have cars and lampposts, but the road doesn't always either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by george formby View Post
    This is important to the people who "fix" accidents. Many moons ago, up over, an acquaintance had a car pull out in front of him. He was estimated to be doing 170mph at the time of impact.

    Any hoo, the accident scene defied physics, the car was folded in half. The rider, in full leathers, was intact but would have fitted in a bin bag. He hit the centre of the car at roof level, head first.
    I don't follow: which laws of physics were 'defied'? A bike plus rider doing 170 miles per hour has a lot of kinetic energy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by george formby View Post
    The rider, in full leathers, was intact but would have fitted in a bin bag. He hit the centre of the car at roof level, head first.
    I read in a magazine many years ago that if such a situation is imminent you should stand on the pegs. This will hopefully allow you to sail gracefully over the car rather than crash head first into it. Hopefully.

    This is apparently a technique used by movie stunt riders, who having practiced, can time it just right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pritch View Post
    I read in a magazine many years ago that if such a situation is imminent you should stand on the pegs. This will hopefully allow you to sail gracefully over the car rather than crash head first into it. Hopefully.

    This is apparently a technique used by movie stunt riders, who having practiced, can time it just right.
    That is also what I was taught. Problem is when the car is suddenly hitting you without notice. Ended in a shattered femur for me.
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