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    Could have been much worse, I'm glad you rode away.

    Quote Originally Posted by Travis Pastrana
    The greatest thrill in life comes in the brief moment of uncertainty between preparation and execution.

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    Damn doug, welcome to the club. Glad you are ok.
    2009 Yellow/Blue Yamaha R1

    People always say to man up and grow some balls, balls are vulnerable.....man up and grow a vagina, those things can take a pounding!!

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    Glad you're good, man!
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    Eggazctly. It's soooo easy to lockup and then your first reaction is to release it. Then, when you get up off the ground, you kick your tires in disgust and blame Dunlop.

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    Glad you're okay, Doug. That should buff right out!
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    Good to hear you walked away. I went down years ago down a hill in a turn very slow speed but had almost a sand across the road and lowsided on a left hand turn and was down before I knew it. Walked away and rode home but it never leaves you and I never forget everytime I get on the bike what could be out there.

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