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post #1 of 29 (permalink) Old 02-09-2008, 12:31 PM Thread Starter
 
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Stupidest thing youve ever done on a bike

I have many but this is probably the dumbist.
Im out riding up in Minnifrickencolda in 20 degree weather. It was relatively warm. Well Imriding over to my girls house and all of sudden the FJ stops running. So I glide right and stop then, start pullin the bike apart. Seat ,airbox, tank, battery are ALL on the ground when I see my ski gloved right thumb has hit the kill switch!

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18 Years old, night time, riding a CB100, feeling a bit sick I turned my head right to have a mild chuck out of my open face helmet and by the time I faced forwards again I was approx 10 feet head on to gutter going about 60 mph. I Evel Knievel'ed for about 20 feet, the bike flew up in the air in pieces and then a big piece decided to land on top of me. Yes it fucking hurt . Got away with a small cut in my thigh, mild concussion and some bruising on my back. Bike was back together in week, damn they make Honda's tough back then.


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I have many but this is probably the dumbist.
Im out riding up in Minnifrickencolda in 20 degree weather. It was relatively warm. Well Imriding over to my girls house and all of sudden the FJ stops running. So I glide right and stop then, start pullin the bike apart. Seat ,airbox, tank, battery are ALL on the ground when I see my ski gloved right thumb has hit the kill switch!

Heres you sign.

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18 Years old, night time, riding a CB100, feeling a bit sick I turned my head right to have a mild chuck out of my open face helmet and by the time I faced forwards again I was approx 10 feet head on to gutter going about 60 mph. I Evel Knievel'ed for about 20 feet, the bike flew up in the air in pieces and then a big piece decided to land on top of me. Yes it fucking hurt . Got away with a small cut in my thigh, mild concussion and some bruising on my back. Bike was back together in week, damn they make Honda's tough back then.
Where were you heading before the mild chuck?
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i won the special prize for that one...

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Riding a 1982 GSXR 1200 from Melbourne to Cairns in 2 1/2 days. Passing road trains at around 140-mph, legal in NT. The year was 1988, It was summer too so I could ride from 5am to 10pm

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A trip to tahoe one night to go party.... ended up loosing all my money gambling and got in a fight with the g/f. Rode home at 2am and it started snowing... I made it but it was a cold mother on the way home and about an hour of it going 25 mph straight up and down...



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Two girls in a BMW, thought I grab their attention by blipping throttle. Totally forgot to put it in neutral. Needless to say, try imagining my head and body jerking back and forth from blipping the throttle, TWICE!!! :laugh
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.....................Where were you heading before the mild chuck?
Down a straight road, I veered and hit a side road corner gutter on the apex


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A few years ago I was on my F4 and a freind of mine was on a borrowed F2. So we were in Boulder Colorado at a restaraunt called La Iguanas and drinking margaritias. Way buzzed and we rode(with then my girlfreind and now wife on the back) Back to our house in Denver and passing cars at 130+ and going in between cars left and right. So we made it home in one piece. And my freind decides to get back on the borrowed bike and go to a party. He was a dumb ass and was revving the engine at this party and some one called the police and he left. And 4 blocks from the house he got pulled over and got a DUI. And he had the nerve to call me at midnight to bail his dumb ass out. LOL I said rot in jail for being stupid. Never again did I ride buzzed. I got lucky and me and my lady made it home in one piece and not arrested for driving 130 in between cars on the hiway.


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I have two that tie.....
One, riding home from Great Lakes Illinois in March through a freezing rain..Shoulda seen the looks I got on the Loop!!!
Second, going through turn three at Pahrump and looking down at my knee to see just how far out I had it... Didn't wad it but it was close!!!!
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first day of a 5 day vacation to Ocotillo Wells (dirt bikes). had a great day of riding, came back to the camp all fired up. helmets came off, rum and cokes came out, and down the hatch they went. an hour later, i find myself taking my buddies brand-new YZ-250 for a test ride. of course, the alcohol is the only gear i need....so no helmet.

a few kids in the camp next to us are building a jump out of a dirt pile. this isn't some tapered, smooth supercross jump...it basically goes straight up...and straight down. i hit it a few times, kinda slow, to the cheers of the kids. the cheering takes over all rational thought, as i click the bike into second, and barrel right into the jump. front goes over fine, rear end kicks up like a bucking bronco. over the bars i go. i sailed about 20 feet before landing on my head and right shoulder.

if there was ONE time i was glad i had alcohol in my system...that was it. hurt like hell, and i was seeing stars badly. couldn't hold my right arm up. jumped in my buddies truck, and off to brawley medical center we go.....60 miles away. nothing like the agony of the alcohol wearing off as you're driving down the road to the hospital.

three x-rays and three hours later, and i walk out with a sling, a bottle of vicodin, and an AC separation.

drove back to camp, loaded up, and drove home. at least i had 4 days of dead quiet to sit in my room and contemplate what just happened.


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Crashed at Buttonwillow following ^

Seriously though, I'm not giving out my "dumb" story.

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Crashed at Buttonwillow following ^

Seriously though, I'm not giving out my "dumb" story.
Now we have to know..


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Crashed at Buttonwillow following ^

Seriously though, I'm not giving out my "dumb" story.
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Now we have to know..
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Perhaps maybe Mark can tell us about JakeR1's dumb story?
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