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    Na, I have a high pain tolerance


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    Fuck me!! Was that you? Surely you broke something ????
    Chaos.....panic.....destruction......My work here is done!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Exuptoy View Post
    Fuck me!! Was that you? Surely you broke something ????
    Did that right at the start of a great ride day, no man neither of us was hurt at all except for my brand new helmet lol.
    I was the one catching the flying motorcycles, we did it twice in a row with the same results, can't tell the 2 videos apart,
    proof that if you do the same stupid shit over and over and change nothing, same shit happens again.

    This one really hurt :| I took the handlebar end into my left kidney:



    Pretty good tyres though eh
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    Feck that, I'm 48 yo now, bones don't repair as easily these days and being self employed means enforced injuries take money away from the table.
    Chaos.....panic.....destruction......My work here is done!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Exuptoy View Post

    Feck that, I'm 48 yo now, bones don't repair as easily these days and being self employed means enforced injuries take money away from the table.
    Don't be a pussy I turn 65 this year, been crashing motorcycles since before you were born.
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    Haha. I prefer to keep them rubber side down and on the queens highway. Never got into offroad / trials for some reason. Never even tried green laning. Spent 30 years on road bikes, predominantly litre sport bikes.
    Chaos.....panic.....destruction......My work here is done!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Exuptoy View Post


    Haha. I prefer to keep them rubber side down and on the queens highway. Never got into offroad / trials for some reason. Never even tried green laning. Spent 30 years on road bikes, predominantly litre sport bikes.
    Might be wise to keep it that way, once you ride a trials bike and get a little good at it, that tends to render all other forms of motorized ground transport slightly boring
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