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Nebulis
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November 25, 2002, 09:55 AM

Is there any thing you can do to prevent the bike from throwing you off. I went into the turn smooth and I was accelerating smoothly the back end just lost traction and caught and then it just threw me off. If it slipped more I could of controlled it but it just flung me off..
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