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post #1 of 41 (permalink) Old 05-18-2008, 09:37 PM Thread Starter
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Road obstacles you have encountered

Tonight on my way home I was about to pass a car on the left when all of a sudden the hood blew off of it and into the air about 15-20 feet. I was close enough to the car that I passed it before it hit the ground. Could have been ugly.

It got me thinking, what are some of the strangest road hazards you have come across riding.

For me:

Car hood in mid-air tonight.

Perfectly good rocking chair sitting upright on 290 by Lake Street.

Horses on G2G's ABC ride last year.

A matress on I55.

A shopping cart (unattended) rolling across the Cicero exit on I55 on a green light.

A recap from a semi that blew up about 200 meters in front of me.

A mule deer on a major highway near Colorado Springs.

*Edit - I hit a cat last year on Irving Park Rd & Roselle Rd. and swerved around a skunk on 75th in Naperville.

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The only bad thing I can think of are love bugs. They are these nasty little things that fly around while mating. When they make contact with your helmet vents, they die and fill up your helmet with the stench of stale water. Barf.



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Hmm. recently? A huge piece of roll out sod fell off a truck on the n00b ride
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Years ago, coming back from niu to visit the folks, I got passed by a hubcap at ~80 mph. Another time, also on 88, someone's wheel came off and passed me.

I stay far far away from 88... that road is cursed!
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I read an article once about strange objects in the road that can present a hazard to motorcyclists, one of the mentioned things were balls (soccer/football/play) that roll into the street. I thought this was silly as I'd never seen a ball in the street before... sure enough, not two weeks pass before it happens to me twice, little kids playing.

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i was riding with a buddy of mine on 290 right where it splits to 355 about a month ago

and some asshole threw a couple of pop cans at us....they were in a pickup in front of us...wtf is that? it hit my buddys windscreen and bounced off. we just flipped em off, not much we can do though..

i have seen tires, hubcaps, garbage bags full of garbage, and matress..mostly on 290

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mattress (again)
deer (a few times)
racoon (these things can be a lot bigger than you think)
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my best would be-- stampeding cows. they apparently had already broken through a farmers fence-- running around, bucking.. scary.

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a big ass owl, that thing looked pissed ,it was 5 inches from my helmet

I had to stop on the front tire to not hit this big 10 point buck

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True story...1984...We were touring out west and going through the Black Hills in South Dakota (about 6 weeks before that years Sturgis Rally) and we had just been up to see the monument on Mount Rushmore and we decided to ride through Custer State park , which is just south of the monument, on our way to Hot SPring S.D. We took what is called the Wildlife loop and we were the only ones on the road and having a blast riding faster than we should of. I was 2 up on a Suzuki 850 and my friend was two up in front of me on his 1100E pulling a trailer. Alot of curves and alot of uphill and downhill...just plain fun road...Suddenly coming around a curve I see my bud's brake lights come on and he's on the binders HARD! I fixate on the rear of that trailer and grab the binders HARDER to avoid crashing in to him. We come to a complete stop and I'm just about to LOUDLY voice my displeasure to my friend when I look up and realize that we were in the middle of a herd of Buffalo!
We killed the bikes and sat there quietly for a minute or two and whispered to each other that it might be a good idea to get out of there. We really didn't know what to do so we grabbed it by the short ones, fired our bikes and he started yelling and swinging his legs as he got rolling and I did the same while staying close. I'll be damned if those Bison didn't part like the Red Sea and let ust through!
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That was the most intense "Road hazard" I have encountered to date!
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Just last week a coyote ran right in front of me on my way to Aurora for a meeting. It was in the car though. I hear them all the time but this was the first time I have seen one.

My dad ran over a turtle once down south on a big touring bike. And on another trip a snake that was laying across most of the roadway.
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Hmm. recently? A huge piece of roll out sod fell off a truck on the n00b ride
I saw that too he changed lanes all the way right and we were past him before I was scared.

I keep coming up on Harley's... oh wait you were looking for strange not annoying.
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A giant fricken Hawk swooped down at my wife and me while riding down at SIU. It was hovering in the middle of the road, and as I got closer, the bastard swooped down at use and we both had to duck to avoid it. I could feel the air of the thing on the back of my neck as it went by.

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gross... i lived in FL for a while and they're EVERYWHERE in the spring time...

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Hmm. recently? A huge piece of roll out sod fell off a truck on the n00b ride
yea, i saw that... THAT and that steriod-taking possum...

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Just last week a coyote ran right in front of me... It was in the car though...
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Power wheelies two opossums is the same week. A snake, a chain of my buddies bike. When Mandy and I first started dating I had a deer come close to hitting me. She was in a car behind me, she said it came pretty close.
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When riding in Montana, blasting across the plains, I was in a severe crosswind and I saw a tumbleweed heading my way and it was going to go across the road. I thought, "What can a little tumbleweed do anyway?", so I stayed on the throttle. When we finally met up it became apparent this was no ordinary tumbleweed. It was Supertumbleweed. This mutha' must have been 10 feet tall. Luckily I missed it, but I'll never underestimate another little tumbleweed.

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Last May I ran over a copper head in Arkansas, hit a wild turkey...that was in one day! In Barrington Hills I kicked a young deer out of my way...It was running beside the bike. Couple years back, coming home from the STN Nationals, Jay and I on 65 passed between two funnel clouds on either side of 65. I have been pelted by hail more times than I care to remember. I watch Anna "disappear" into a "white wall" I thought it was a strange fog, it was rain falling very intensely that it looked white. I seen a 60 MPH squall hit Kaos and push him sideways about 15 feet, to this day I still don't know how he kept the bike upright. Then there is all the usual debris, ladders, loads of lumber, bags of cement, trucker's chain...watched a tire explode in front of Anna once, a little lower it would of taken her head off.

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I haven't had too many "strange" things happen, but back in 1983, I encountered a car that pulled out of a Wendys, and then they decided they needed to pull back in NOW.

I was going about 45, had to lock up the brakes, and slid into their path. The bike hit the front of the car, went up on the hood, busted their windshield, and launched me about 30 feet through the air across their car.

Flying wasn't bad, but the landing sucked ass. The bike was a loss, I had a broken elbow, and got an ambulance ride. My full-face helmet saved my life as my head and left shoulder was the initial landing point.

To this day, I cringe a bit when I see a turn signal of a "left turner".

Not strange, but one of the worst road hazards I've seen/hit.

Oh yeah...When I was about 13 years old, I had a wasp fly into my helmet going down the street. I freaked out, ran the trail bike into the ditch, got the helmet off, and believe it or not, I never got stung. It was freaky feeling him crawling around inside the helmet.

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In Germany back in 2001 I was heading home at night and behind a curve there was a boar. I managed to stop somehow and prayed he would finally cross the street. He eventually did.

I was scared to death!!

In a car I've seen flying bicycles on highway, falling off of cars several times.
And deers... I hit one, one hit me in the side of the car.

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hit a hedgehog at high speed one time...new tire required

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A giant fricken Hawk swooped down at my wife and me while riding down at SIU. It was hovering in the middle of the road, and as I got closer, the bastard swooped down at use and we both had to duck to avoid it. I could feel the air of the thing on the back of my neck as it went by.
+1....happened to me on rt. 38 west of elburn on my way to NIU 4 yrs ago. Never wore a red bandanna again. one of the few days i went for fashion vs. safety, never again.
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When riding in Montana, blasting across the plains, I was in a severe crosswind and I saw a tumbleweed heading my way and it was going to go across the road. I thought, "What can a little tumbleweed do anyway?", so I stayed on the throttle. When we finally met up it became apparent this was no ordinary tumbleweed. It was Supertumbleweed. This mutha' must have been 10 feet tall. Luckily I missed it, but I'll never underestimate another little tumbleweed.
me and my friend hit tubble weed in a volvo on the highway in new mexico that was about 6 feet across. this was 6 years ago and he still finds part of it jammed in in his car.

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me and my friend hit tubble weed in a volvo on the highway in new mexico that was about 6 feet across. this was 6 years ago and he still finds part of it jammed in in his car.
TUMBLEWEED, you dimwit.

And actually you'd be surprised, they don't do much damage to cars. They pretty much crumble....but they're scary as hell the first time you see 'em. One year coming back from Thanksgiving in Hereford, TX there were so many and they were so huge that I was oohing and aahing and taking pictures....and now one of my clients calls me "tumbleweed" because he thought it was such a funny story.
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