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  1. Cant believe it did this…tipped the bike

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    I mean talk about a shot to the gut. This has to be the single most embarrassing thing you can do. So i am working on my bike spent 2 hours drying to get the deluxe honda sissy bar on with the saddle bag supports. Cant see to figure it out. Anyway i am getting frustrated and tired in the...
  2. Stupid, stupid, stupid

    General VTX/Motorcycle Topics
    The end of this story hasn't been written yet, but so far, it isn't looking too happy. I'll try and not drag it out too far right now, although I may add to it later. I've gone back to lurking here, but haven't felt up to responding to threads and conversations while I try and get my head sorted...
  3. Adopted rider down - N3cr0shark

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    N3dr0shark, Geoff, our adopted V-Star 1300 rider (Indy, WV 2011, ECG 2012, etc), went down in a single vehicle accident last night on the way home from bike night here in Columbus. Rumor has it that he was distracted from not winning the giveaway bike and having been called "sir" last night. All...
  4. Going down & "second thoughts" about riding - MY thoughts...

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    Reference: http://www.vtxcafe.com/showthread.php/77692-Do-any-of-you-ever-have-second-thoughts This posting is in reply to a thread started by Albert (Albec11798) in his thread titled "Do any of you ever have second thoughts???" [regarding going down and then riding again as to why one would or...
  5. New VTX 1300R Rider in San Diego

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    Bought a new 2009 VTX1300R about a month and a half ago that was a left over bike being sold new. Have been riding a Ducati Monster for a year or so and wanted something to cruise with the wife. Unfortunately I managed to get into an accident on a freeway offramp with about 105 miles on it...
  6. Wear your gear PLEASE

    Motorcycle Safety
    Posting this to help give an idea to people what actually happens in an accident. I was coming home at 9:30 the other night, about a 1/4 mile from home. In my winddown routine, you've traveled that stretch a thousand times before. About a 200lb doe steps out in front of me while I'm doing...
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