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post #1 of 48 (permalink) Old 04-30-2010, 11:32 AM Thread Starter
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Almost looped my sh%t this AM....

So, yutt ugggggg.......
























go to catch it with the rear brake.....






















and.............
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post #2 of 48 (permalink) Old 04-30-2010, 11:35 AM

 
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Nasty. Glad you're ok.

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who uses the rear brake?
Which brake would you like him to use to catch an almost looped wheelie?
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Which brake would you like him to use to catch an almost looped wheelie?
i usually just jam my foot in the swingarm.

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who uses the rear brake?
Funny thing is, I ALWAYS use the rear brake, and I had stopped about two minutes beforehand and it was there. It must have fallen off just moments before "the incident"

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i usually just jam my foot in the swingarm.
Foot. Backpack. Whatever.



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Funny thing is, I ALWAYS use the rear brake, and I had stopped about two minutes beforehand and it was there. It must have fallen off just moments before "the incident"
i only use it on the street. same thing happened to my buddy last year at BHF but it was his shifter. coming into turn 6 became an oh shit moment real quick. glad you're ok.

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i usually just jam my foot in the swingarm.
I hear that sometimes backpacks work as well.

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I hear that sometimes backpacks work as well.
Use whatever is handy.

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If you washed and maintained ur bike you would have seen the sh!t was loose. Fricken squids. LOL Don't do wheelies problem solved!
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Use whatever is handy.
I think CLSB should pride itself on its ability to adapt to any situation.

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If you washed and maintained ur bike you would have seen the sh!t was loose. Fricken squids. LOL Don't do wheelies problem solved!
Hey, I maintain it, when shit breaks, I fix it.

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If you washed and maintained ur bike you would have seen the sh!t was loose. Fricken squids. LOL Don't do wheelies problem solved!
What do you think is holding that thing together? If he washed off the dirt and grime it'd probably just crumble into a big pile of parts.

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What do you think is holding that thing together? If he washed off the dirt and grime it'd probably just crumble into a big pile of parts.
Exactly!

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I kinda like the backpack idea, but I think having it there at exactly the right time would be problematic. With my luck it would kick in while I was going 120mph and send me into the weeds.

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150. just sayin'.

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If you washed and maintained ur bike you would have seen the sh!t was loose. Fricken squids. LOL Don't do wheelies problem solved!
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