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motorcycle rider failure of the week

Discussion in 'Motorcycles' started by jeffie7, Jun 28, 2009.

  1. jeffie7

    jeffie7 Wrong Whole! VIP

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    rofl.

    dude buys a stretched 600 for a first bike. what a tool
     
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    fixed. I think you coulda stopped there.
     
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    I'll be fine!

    *crunch*

    ~&*I'm still fine&*#$!@...
     
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    ahahaha, oh the failure and irony. Failrony? Ironure?

    After every post the OP made I knew it wasn't going to end well lol. But meh, bikes get dropped. Experienced riders or noobs, it happens. I'm gonna guess it wasn't a terrain issue for this guy though lol.
     
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    sucks for him. i took the MSF course before i even got my license,and got my license before i even got my bike. This guy is "fail".
     
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    Like they said what works for one doesn't always work for another but I bought my bike before gettin my license and have yet to take the safety course. I also had no previous experience with a bike of any sort let alone anything other than an automatic transmission (no clutch experience.) But im fine. Bikes fine. Though this guy did fail, what he did doesn't = autoFail.
     
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