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  1. #31
    BadAss Hooligan
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    Re: Triple digits into a culver = a ride in a helicopter

    I was picturing this.



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  2. #32
    I'm a turbo-diesel driving, cigar smoking, Bambi killing, mean MOFO
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    Re: Triple digits into a culver = a ride in a helicopter

    Did you notice his boot? I saw it the first time they slowed it down. Those cameras are amazing - you'd swear it was hollywood special effects.

    Having been on the receiving end of a life flight (that I don't remember, thank god) from the racetrack - that was VERY tough to watch. Pretty easy to see myself in it - without the dumb ass riding building up to it.
    -Steve St.Laurent
    ZRXOA #4699, IBA #38229



    Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out and loudly proclaiming "WOW, WHAT A RIDE!"


  3. #33
    BadAss Hooligan
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    Re: Triple digits into a culver = a ride in a helicopter

    Quote Originally Posted by MK3Brent View Post
    In another video recently posted, the dude sells "his" R6 to a dude on Craigslist for $500.
    The bike, naturally, has no title or any kind of paperwork.

    The dude comes to pick it up... the bike has no axle nut, so the Wrist-wit zip ties the axle to the swingarm.
    Thing has no gas, so the buyer fills it up while smoking...
    No tags, registration, insurance, or axle nut will slow them all down... Dude hands the guy the money, and rides away with zero gear... all while raining.

    It's a pretty spectacular sight...
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  4. #34
    Hooligan
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    Greensboro NC

    Re: Triple digits into a culver = a ride in a helicopter

    Quote Originally Posted by eddy21 View Post
    I was picturing this.



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  5. #35
    BadAss Hooligan
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    Reedsburg,WI

    Re: Triple digits into a culver = a ride in a helicopter

    Quote Originally Posted by eddy21 View Post
    I was picturing this.



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    Someone has been to Wisconsin!
    My other rides:
    1968 Harley Davidson XLH
    1986 Honda V65 Magna 1100
    1985 Honda V45 Magna 700
    2001 Harley Electra Glide 124" S&S
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  6. #36
    BadAss Hooligan
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    Davenport,Florida

    Re: Triple digits into a culver = a ride in a helicopter

    Quote Originally Posted by Casper View Post
    Someone has been to Wisconsin!
    They've made their way down here.
    #1212

  7. #37
    BadAss Hooligan
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    Reedsburg,WI

    Re: Triple digits into a culver = a ride in a helicopter

    I had no idea they spread that much... just checked out a map. They are darn near everywhere now
    My other rides:
    1968 Harley Davidson XLH
    1986 Honda V65 Magna 1100
    1985 Honda V45 Magna 700
    2001 Harley Electra Glide 124" S&S
    2005 Honda CR450F

  8. #38
    Hooligan
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    North Carolina

    Re: Triple digits into a culver = a ride in a helicopter

    Brought back bad memories.

    A few years ago a coworker had his suspension "tuned" at a local shop that his brother worked at. On a test ride he went over some dips in the road at over 100 mph and started tank slapping the bars. He went into a 5' deep culvert and flipped up landing in a parking lot. He compound fractured legs and arms and cut his femoral artery. Luckily the guy on his porch across the street was a paramedic and the local, all volunteer, FD that was normally 30 minutes away, was in the area training. If both of those things didn't happen for him he would have been DOA in short order. I went to the scene the next day and found his go pro and gave it to his brother. He returned to work about a year and 1/2 later. He said he never watched the GP video.

  9. #39
    BadAss Hooligan
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    Re: Triple digits into a culver = a ride in a helicopter

    I've known 2 people paralyzed from the neck down from off road excursions, things I learned is a lot of women won't stick around take care of the daily needs. The lack of prize money or trophy girls deterred me from the.
    " Ego 200 "
    #1212

  10. #40
    I'm Canadian!
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    Milton, Ontario

    Re: Triple digits into a culver = a ride in a helicopter

    Didn't click on it. Did not want to add to their income.

    Pops
    Size matters, good thing I drive a huge bus.

  11. #41
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    Re: Triple digits into a culver = a ride in a helicopter

    Quote Originally Posted by Pops View Post
    Didn't click on it. Did not want to add to their income.

    Pops
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  12. #42
    Father Joe
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    Re: Triple digits into a culver = a ride in a helicopter

    I have an add blocker. They won’t get paid from my click.


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  13. #43
    Hooligan
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    New Brunswick, Canada

    Re: Triple digits into a culvert = a ride in a helicopter

    This is kind of a cool break down of the post crash events. The guy is well versed and does a good job. A bit long maybe.

    https://youtu.be/XrD0fLEJypE
    Mike
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  14. #44
    I'm a turbo-diesel driving, cigar smoking, Bambi killing, mean MOFO
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    Sunfield, MI

    Re: Triple digits into a culvert = a ride in a helicopter

    I watched some of this guys other videos. I hope he wises up before someone dies if it hasn't already happened.
    -Steve St.Laurent
    ZRXOA #4699, IBA #38229



    Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out and loudly proclaiming "WOW, WHAT A RIDE!"


  15. #45
    2009 Hooligan of the year
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    Austin, TX

    Re: Triple digits into a culvert = a ride in a helicopter

    Quote Originally Posted by McRex View Post
    This is kind of a cool break down of the post crash events. The guy is well versed and does a good job. A bit long maybe.

    https://youtu.be/XrD0fLEJypE

    Excellent video. Thanks for posting that up.

  16. #46
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    Re: Triple digits into a culvert = a ride in a helicopter

    Quote Originally Posted by zrx24 View Post
    Excellent video. Thanks for posting that up.

    Yes thanks very good.
    Do your own thing but don't touch mine.

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  17. #47
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    Re: Triple digits into a culvert = a ride in a helicopter

    Quote Originally Posted by McRex View Post
    This is kind of a cool break down of the post crash events. The guy is well versed and does a good job. A bit long maybe.

    https://youtu.be/XrD0fLEJypE
    Yeah, most of the information he gave is close, but some of it is way off... He was right about the traction splint.. I need a YouTube channel
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  18. #48
    I'm a turbo-diesel driving, cigar smoking, Bambi killing, mean MOFO
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    Re: Triple digits into a culvert = a ride in a helicopter

    I watched quite a few of DanDanTheFireman from that video above and he has a lot of good stuff out there. It'll be good stuff to review before going back on the bike in the spring.
    -Steve St.Laurent
    ZRXOA #4699, IBA #38229



    Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out and loudly proclaiming "WOW, WHAT A RIDE!"


  19. #49
    Hooligan
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    Greensboro NC

    Re: Triple digits into a culvert = a ride in a helicopter

    Quote Originally Posted by Tacmedic View Post
    Yeah, most of the information he gave is close, but some of it is way off... He was right about the traction splint.. I need a YouTube channel
    What parts were “way off” ?
    1999 ZRX1100
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    Look at the universe. The stars keep their order. The trees and plants grow upwards without exception the waters flow. Be like this. -Lao Tzu

  20. #50
    Hooligan
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    New Brunswick, Canada

    Re: Triple digits into a culvert = a ride in a helicopter

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve St.Laurent View Post
    I watched quite a few of DanDanTheFireman from that video above and he has a lot of good stuff out there. It'll be good stuff to review before going back on the bike in the spring.
    Same. He seems to deliver relevant info and cuts out a lot of fanfare and BS.
    Mike
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  21. #51
    BadAss Hooligan
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    Bloomingdale, Indiana

    Re: Triple digits into a culvert = a ride in a helicopter

    Speed kills just ask every bug on your windscreen or vehicles windshield.

  22. #52
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    Re: Triple digits into a culvert = a ride in a helicopter

    What parts were “way off” ?
    he made a lot of assumptions for reasons things were done that I disagree with, but was fairly spot on on specific procedures. His Spinal Motion Restriction information was way off. Spineboards are used just to move patients quickly. They do nothing to prevent spinal injury after the fact, in fact, they have been shown to do more damage than they prevent. I quit watching right when they were hooking up the ECG leads. He was off on bunch of little things that made me shake my head that I'd have to go through line by line.... I'm a bit of a stickler for details.
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  23. #53
    Hooligan
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    Greensboro NC

    Re: Triple digits into a culvert = a ride in a helicopter

    Quote Originally Posted by Red Rex II View Post
    Speed kills just ask every bug on your windscreen or vehicles windshield.
    Instructions unclear... they didn’t say anything back.
    1999 ZRX1100
    Few odds and ends:


    Look at the universe. The stars keep their order. The trees and plants grow upwards without exception the waters flow. Be like this. -Lao Tzu


 

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