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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 06-12-2006, 06:33 PM Thread Starter
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This guy may be pissed.........

about balling his bike, but I wonder what was on the other side of the wall. I have a feeling he would have needed a parachute had he gone over

crash

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post #2 of 13 (permalink) Old 06-12-2006, 06:40 PM
 
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Ouch!!!
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That freaks me everytime I see it - I'm a gonna say target fixation

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saw that few days ago. He might've been better off if there was big body of water on the other side.
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good thing he didn't go over that baracade!

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I hate this vid.

To me it looks like peg scraped, freaked, target fixation, blammo, chiropractors office.

Ow.

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I hate this vid.

To me it looks like peg scraped, freaked, target fixation, blammo, chiropractors office.

Ow.
Are we watching the same video? The bike is almost vertical the whole time!

It does not look like he was going into a turn at all.

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Looks like he got scared, freaked and went straight instead of taking the right hander.

(cutting speed well ahead of the turn helps too)

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Yeap. just watched 5 more times in the slow motion. Looks like a guy speed up but forgot to turn the bars and his head. Freaked and most likely pulled the front brakes and lost tracktion for a sec that send him flipping. Sad.

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To me it looked like he downshifted to a lower gear while having too many RPM's, this caused the back to lock up and skid a little. (older bike with no slipper clutch), I believed this caused the panic and target fixation.

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Watch his boot. I think he crashed from riding like a lazy ass and dragging the toe of his boot.

Oh and repost x3.
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post #13 of 13 (permalink) Old 06-13-2006, 08:09 PM
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You guys are suckers! it was all staged... there was a big naked midget pillow fight on the other side of that wall... boy should you guys be red in the face...

It's not the fall that hurts... it's the sudden stop at the end...
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