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CL Posts - October 29, 2012, 12:57 AM

C'Mon in 8yrs of looking at CL motorcycle adds, of the 10's of thousands ive always seen "Layed down by the previous owner" c'mon really? Has no one dropped their own bike.....? Cuz theres allot reckless previous owners out there...
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October 29, 2012, 06:34 AM

Ummmm yea...gtfo with this mess. If you are working to build a reputation on here I suggest making your 3rd post actually be about something worthwhile.


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October 29, 2012, 02:28 PM

I have never crashed or dropped a bike street riding. I've had a few bikes topple over on their own while parked with almost no damage except say for a blinker. 30+ years and 600,000 miles later. Why is it so hard for some to believe? And no all those miles are not driving like grandma. Will it happen?? Sure it will. But I will do everything in my power to not let it happen. Good judgement, common sense, experience and with a little bit of luck takes you a long way. Plenty of idiots on bikes these days, surprised there are not more crashes.
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To be fair, I was the previous owner of a lot of those bikes.
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C'Mon in 8yrs of looking at CL motorcycle adds, of the 10's of thousands ive always seen "Layed down by the previous owner" c'mon really? Has no one dropped their own bike.....? Cuz theres allot reckless previous owners out there...


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November 1, 2012, 11:10 AM

This applies to all the people that have said, "I had to lay it down". Just admit you ran out of talent.


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November 1, 2012, 11:48 AM

"Had to lay 'er down!"

equals

"I crashed my bike to avoid a crash!"

As if you really have the time to think "Damn, I've got to lay 'er down!" More like "Oh shit!" Grab a handful of front brake, tuck front and "Oh shit!"


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November 1, 2012, 01:59 PM

I usually crash because I suck at the riding a motorcycle thing.


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