Motorcycle Accident *Warning - Gruesome*

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  1. Jettubby

    Jettubby XDTalk 2K Member

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    wow...
     
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    push the envelope enough & get a paper cut.

    careful guys n' gals!



    pretty cool KTM..
     
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    hower610 XDTalk 3K Member Founding Member

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    Ouch and double ouch.
     
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    ive seen the tractor trailer one....wow, thats all i have to say.
     
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    This sure makes me want to run out and get my first bike. When I lived in Minnesota, there was an incident where a guy was doing 25 mph and was hit by a car. He wasn't wearing a helmet and they scooped his brains up off the road with a shovel.
     
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    LUVMYSIGP225 XDTalk 5K Member Founding Member

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    Living in Northeast, Ohio(home of the original Starboyz), we see this all the time. I live right off of Route 8, where much of the Starboyz street stunts were filmed. They are pretty much professional stunt team now, but we have a lot of copycats, and thus, a lot of dead sport bikers.

    Of course, I think the sport bike craze and stunting is huge everywhere now.

    It is really sad. I cringe every time one of these kids weaves between my car and a semi at 120 MPH. I see it more than you would think.
     
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    DanTheEldest XDTalk 10K Member Founding Member

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    There are old bikers and there are bold bikers, but there are very few old, bold bikers.

    I'd still like to learn and pick up something used to play with, but it would be out on the scenic highways here in AZ rather than Phoenix city traffic. :shock:
     
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    Whoa....
     
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    east_stingray XDTalk 1K Member

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    That first one looks fake. The upper body/shirt/face aren't torn up or abraded at all.
     
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    Pugs XDTalk 1K Member Founding Member

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    And, there isn't nearly enough blood on the pole, pavement, or hem of the shirt. The angle of the torso also looks like someone standing in hole and lying back on the pavement.

    The collision with the back of the semi reminds me of why I'm glad I made it out of my college years without killing myself and why I now have no desire or need whatsoever for excessive speed on my bike. I never ride without the armored pants, jacket, gloves, boots, and a helmet.

    I never push the bike past my or the bikes abilities and ride like everyone is trying to kill me so I don't feel the need to help them do it!
     
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    I recieved an email of the first one a few weeks ago.. The email stated that the guy lived.. Funny how internet email rumors work isnt it?
     
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    I've seen those before and I guess anything can happen when riding a bike. Makes me think whenever I jump on mine. However, I still always end up doing stupid stuff and had plenty of scares with tank slappers on the highway ect. Us kids will never learn....:rolleyes:
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    He's only half the man that he used to be :mrgreen:
     
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    Now why do all thoose fools on the crouch rockets look at my 38 Beemer with side car and laugh? I might not have the fastest but there is something to say about the third whell it's just cornering that can be fun. heehee.
     

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