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post #1 of 6 Old Jan 3rd, 2008, 5:42 pm Thread Starter
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Exclamation Does insurance cover the dumbass diease?

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Very expensive wheelie....and the guy in the truck made sure that wasnt going to ride again.... i see 2 dip sticks in this video... that truck has plenty of time to move around the bike

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whoo hoo.. man, nice spin on the bike after contact with the truck...

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I bet he was pissed. The humiliation comes later in those lonely, dark hours of the early morn.



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post #4 of 6 Old Jan 3rd, 2008, 7:54 pm
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Odds are the guy in the truck that hit the bike was watching the truck in front of him swerving and was trying to figure out what he was doing and didn't see the bike. Wait till his insurance agent sees this tape floating around.

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Just shows you how people do not watch what is up ahead or scan and just drive from the rear bumper in front of them. What would happened if the we would of swap the motorcycle and rider. That second truck would have hit the rider.

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Did Anyone Else Read The Comments

A lot of bad vibes about bikes reflected just on the first page. Not that this guy doesn't deserve a lot of scorn, but some of those comments are just evil.

IMHO, idiots like this guy make it more dangerous for everyone on a motorcycle.

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