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Like Bing and Bong
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He bought a new R1 about a week and a half ago.


His first bike.




He totalled it yesterday.
:rolleyes
 

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I think I recall your telling us about that a while back. If I recall correctly you were trying to talk him out of getting it. Anyway, hope he learned his lesson. As much as we try sometimes, we can't always save morons from themselves. At least he is still alive.
 

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hope hes ok, and hope he learned his lesson. Dont gloat share wisdom dude, he'll listen to you better if it seems like you are advising and not preaching
 

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Reckless01 said:
hope hes ok, and hope he learned his lesson. Dont gloat share wisdom dude, he'll listen to you better if it seems like you are advising and not preaching
Couldn't agree more. I also hope he is ok and he realizes the mistake he made and learned from it.
 

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I hope he is alright also and that he learned from this experience.
 

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i'm sure it was the bike's fault though.

hope he's ok and learned his lesson.
 

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my first bike was a big bike and i had no problems at all....
 

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badgixxer said:
my first bike was a big bike and i had no problems at all....
I see these post all the time and I wonder what’s the point of this comment?

A) Are you saying everyone should start off on a liter bike because it worked out of you?

B) Do you want a cookie?

C) It’s best to start on a big bike so you don’t waste money having to trade up?

D) All of the above

E) none of the above
 

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Lowlypawn said:
I see these post all the time and I wonder what’s the point of this comment?

A) Are you saying everyone should start off on a liter bike because it worked out of you?

B) Do you want a cookie?

C) It’s best to start on a big bike so you don’t waste money having to trade up?

D) All of the above

E) none of the above
E but i'll take B if it's peanut butter.... :neener
what i'm saying is why do people give other people a hard time for starting out on a big bike - like the reason they crashed was simply because their first bike was a big bike...
 

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He seems fine. A little rashed up and what not, but fine.

He's got full coverage at least.
 

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Most guys I know buy b***** bikes right after wrecking. You know, wreck an R6, buy an R1 to replace it.

Tell him to enjoy the Busa.
 

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Dizzle said:
He seems fine. A little rashed up and what not, but fine.
Well, since he's ok, all I can say is.... :lao :lao :lao
 

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He's got full coverage at least.
See that up there??.. way up there above that building, that plane and that cloud? It's our insurance premiums thanks to another rider who only put a few hundred bucks into the pot, then took 10,000 out. Thanks buddy.
 
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