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Damn I was scared........

I put my bike at the shop couple days ago....
They(Desplaine Yamaha & suzuki) called me today and told me the bike was read to go... and it was about 4:30 pm today(friday 4/11 & cost me $330 for cleaning carb & oil change )
And yes, I went there and picked it up.(during a work hour) BUT, for a guy(me) who doesnt have any real exprience riding and fight all that traffic, was just INSANE. Not to mention, I was lost with direction and had problem with my transmission/or gear.....
but I made it through...... whoooaaaaa...
I was scrared though....... I feel better now and I built up my self-confident level little bit up today....

So, guys and girls, let me hear your scariest moment with your bike....

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Living in Denver....... No shoulders on I70 and caught in the fast lane in the blind spot of a panel van. He started squeezing me towards the guardrail. Asshole behind me was on my ass and nowhere to go forward. Had about 6 inches left before I bit it so I was forced to kick the side of the van. Needless to say he swerved the right way and his van had a nice size dent in it.

Second most............... going off at putnam in the wet grass and heading towards the woods. Got it stopped about 5 feet before the trees Woohoo!!!!!!!!!!

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Second most............... going off at putnam in the wet grass and heading towards the woods. Got it stopped about 5 feet before the trees Woohoo!!!!!!!!!!
Geeze I wonder why that happened???
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On the way back from a Starved Rock ride, entering a blind curve, a truck crossed the center line, almost took out Mike (Cherrypicker) and Ryan (97Fizzer). I swerved to avoid and went off-road and visualized the "Norseman down" post that would appear the next day. But I was able to recover.

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I picked up the Black ZX7R and the roads were still kinda cold. I went into a left turn and tried to power out of the turn like I used to on my old bike (CBR 600 F2), grabbed a little too much throttle and caused the rear wheel to spin out. Went into a nasty tankslapper but rode it out.

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came off quick off the line little drag hit some bumps in the road and the front end came up hard. Not used to it prob only a foot but seemed really high at the time. Needless to say had to check the drawers.

Second was on our little back route. coming over a hill let off the gas so as to not catch air. No one told be there was another bump shortly after the top of the hill. I slamed on the gas and wouldn't you know bother wheels off the ground. Again scared the crap out of me but then I realised what happened and I wanted to go back and do it again.

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On the way back from a Starved Rock ride, entering a blind curve, a truck crossed the center line, almost took out Mike (Cherrypicker) and Ryan (97Fizzer). I swerved to avoid and went off-road and visualized the "Norseman down" post that would appear the next day. But I was able to recover.
I remember that one, scared the crap outta me. From my angle it really looked like the truck was gonna knock Mike's head off.

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I got caught in a freak storm... 75 mph winds, golfball sized hail and rain, went from 75 and clear to <50 in about 5 minutes. My girlfriend and I safely made it to a friend's house, and have never been so freaked out in our lives.
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I was driving a single cylinder Honda Ascot 500, which I called "thumper" from Toronto to Sudbury, it rained the whole way. I was cold and misreable, I was following my younger brother and friends in their van on 69 North doing 65, trying to stay in their draft to miss most of the rain, they hit a huge racoon, then I hit it, the whole front end just wobbled, and I thought, roadrash, but I managed to stay upright, I called that a "significant emotional event".

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Re: Damn I was scared........

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I cost me $330 for cleaning carb & oil change
That price is not out of line for the work you had done.
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The scarriest thing to ever happen was almost the scarriest thing you could have happen to you.--------


It was a warm summer Saturday night and a couple of buddies decided to go ride downtown and cruise the Lake scene. It was enjoyable until we decided to go down by excalibur. A nice cruise picked up pace and as we were heading down Ontario we stopped at a red light and Mike said shit lets go to Rush street first. Okay and off we went. Well at the next light by old Disneyquest some other guys were at a light on sportbikes so we hooked up and hit Rush together. Thats when it happened.


We pulled up by Mothers and the scarriest thing ever happened.
Some BIG girls come running up to us and wanted rides. I had a 300 pound girl ask for a ride and man that scared the living SHIT out of me for fear of saying NO to her.

Yeah that was pretty scary for me and my bike i will tell you!

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I was on my way up to Neilsen's in Lake Villa when I was coming around a hill/turn to the left when some A** hole in a blue Camaro is coming right at me in my lane I straightened up and road her into the grass, unfortunately my rear tire was pretty worn so the rear end slid out and I went grass surfing. Man did that scare the shit out if me, I remember everything as I was sliding.

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I had to ride home from work in Schaumburg to Glen Ellyn once....at 3:30 am, wearing a 25lb backpack (laptop & books), freezing rain......

Took me about 1 1/2 hours to go 40 something miles......I was soaked completely......laptop was ok as I wrapped it in gargbage bags before I left.....
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Hitting a telephone pole (I was 13) on a RS185 (?) twin 2 stroke that a friend let me ride. Totaled it with 900 miles on odometer. In Pa (real roads .. have turns) was coming down a hill about 65 mph into a left hander which would usually allow a line of sight so opposite lane could be used but the corn was to high (August 16, 1977 @ about 3:30pm, anyone remember that day?) to see if traffic was coming fo I stayed on the yellow and drifted out to the berm and into the pole, ouch! When I woke up and took the helmet I looked down and could see the bottom of my right foot on my chest, double ouch!! When I raised my left arm it looked like a Z and all I could hear was dogs barking and a dump truck coming up behind me hitting the air brakes. I swore I'd never ride a street bike (LOVE MX so dirt was my 2 wheel preferance anyways) and I didn't until almost 25 yrs later when I got my 1st street bike which is shown as my avatar.

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My first time on a road ever and a truck passed me, I was doing 45-50 and he passed me at about 55 and that was it, I had to pull over and gather my thoughts, heart, etc, etc....

Lame, but very scary if its your first time out.

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We pulled up by Mothers and the scarriest thing ever happened.
Some BIG girls come running up to us and wanted rides. I had a 300 pound girl ask for a ride and man that scared the living SHIT out of me for fear of saying NO to her.
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Labdog, that's not scary....that's sick!

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Re: Re: Damn I was scared........

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That price is not out of line for the work you had done.
Oh, o.k....
I thought it was little expensive..... I guess I gotta learn how to wrench my own stuff from now on.... if I dont want to pay that much.....
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Hmmm...

Was in 1993... I was on my Heritage, doing about 75 on I-90 heading west from the Des Plaines Oasis when a semitrailer in front of me blew a tire. Not much else to do but tuck in, duck the shrapnel and pick a line through the debris. Sh*t happens.

Going back a little further in time... I was on my FXRS heading east on I-90 around Fullerton late on a Saturday night... a carload of drunken Puerto Ricans thought it would be fun to try to squeeze me into the guardrail. They were unsuccessful.

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We pulled up by Mothers and the scarriest thing ever happened.
Some BIG girls come running up to us and wanted rides. I had a 300 pound girl ask for a ride and man that scared the living SHIT out of me for fear of saying NO to her.
We had the same experience but we were parked by the Rock & Roll McDonald's and some BIG chicks asked if we could give em rides on the bikes. We told them that we were hungry and would have to go to McD's to get something to eat first. We waited inside for 10 minutes and some other riders ended up giving them rides.

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First day that I got my f3 home from the dealership and first time riding. Uncle was teaching me to ride around his culvisack and I decided I was good enough to go out. Went down the street to a sharp turn, drifted out and clipped the curb, I was thrown off the bike into a mailbox(felt good), and the bike was pretty damaged. Horrible way to start off, but it taught me a lesson, never get cocky when it comes to motorcycles!
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Scariest thing?

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Scariest thing?

Riding with you guys.

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Scariest was definitely coming around the corner on Sheridan rd and seeing Rabbit's headlight pointing up and to the side of the road. It scared the crap out of me to even think about what happend.

second was following Aaron into the sweeper in Oswego waaaaaaaay to hot for me and doing an off-road excursion

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The only close call I've had was a story similar to hooligan's where I almost got pinched between a box truck (UPS style) and a median on RT 59. Guy just completetly missed me for whatever reason and I had another guy right on my ass, so I nailed it and just barely squeezed through...no more then a few inches on either side. I guess the horn could have been an option in that situation, but I'm not gonna put my life in the hands of that. Nevertheless I gave him the bird after I went by and had a few choice words at the next stoplight with him, not a fun experience.
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Going back a little further in time... I was on my FXRS heading east on I-90 around Fullerton late on a Saturday night... a carload of drunken Puerto Ricans thought it would be fun to try to squeeze me into the guardrail. They were unsuccessful.
Shit!

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Last September I was driving back from Ohio (still in actually) and it started to look like it might rain again....so I figured if it did I'd stop and put the rain gear on. I had taken it off once because it only rained 5 minutes , it was so constricting.

Anyway it's getting darker and windier and yada yada. After a while I started to get nervous. It was getting bad. Then it started raining. Needless to say with it pouring, and the wind making it nearly impossible for ANY bike to stay upright I decided at the next underpass to park it and wait it out. All the cars plus me on the highway slowed down to 20 mph. I'm not kidding. It was horrible. I swear it looked like a friggin tornado was gonna start up right there. But It must have lasted like 20 minutes.... and all during that time I'm hiding under the underpass and putting my raingear on (which kept blowing away)

Then 5 minutes after I come out riding (when it dies down some) it stops.

That scared the crap out of me, I thought I'd get rear ended or the wind would literally blow me away.
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Shit!
And shit again.

Something like that happend to me in Evanston back in 79. They came at me head on and ran me right into the curb. I thought it was on accident till I heard them laughing as they went by. That was a big reason I stopped riding for a number of years. It just wasn't fun dodging cars in the city. When I moved out West I started riding again.

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