Man! Another piece of equipment to have to carry...with enough time and situations, I think I will run out of room!:rotf:TVPearson said:. I have now put a small bungee strap in the top case just in case I ever find myself in a simular situation.
Only question I have is -- what took you so long !!?solorider said:36,000 miles in 36 months of trouble free travel and commuting. This morning while making a slow tight left turn she took a dive just minor scratches, injured pride and a good work out getting her upright. Never imagined how heavy this bike is.
My question is: "How did you know where to put the wife for success?" Was it trial and error or did you just get lucky the first time?fpmlt said:I dropped mine - on my wife! She got her foot caught under the left side bag. I ain't a strong guy, but the bike came back up REALLY quick. Felt like a real dumbass over that one.
Let's try the bike first (instead of carrying an extra bungee cord to hold the front brake down).ibbones said:For the wife or the bike?
fpmlt said:Truth be known, and I'll deny this if it ever comes up again, as the bike was going over, I yelled, "Save the bike, throw yourself under it!!!". And she did. Wanna know why I married her?