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Some learner rider (cbr250rr) was riding with about 6 mates all on sports bikes in the city yesterday. They took off at the lights, the learner rider put his foot on the gear lever to change into 1st I presume. He must have forgot that bikes fall over when not in motion. The bike just fell over on top of him in slow motion. He was a short ass and couldn't keep it upright.
Im sure we have all been in similar circumstances, he then tried to start it, but of course it was in 1st lol Eventually found neutral, started the bike. By this stage the light was red again and his mates where gone. He was shaking his head (and probably crying). And i was pissing myself :blush:


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Oh, ill beat YOU to it..... cool story bro.
 

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Bro, that was a really cool story.
 

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lol yeh that was a cool story bro
 

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Worm I love your sig!
 

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TBH, I'm surprised his repeated 'starting in 1st gear' didn't drain the battery.

And, BOO YOU for not helping the poor bloke.
 

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Noobs should stick with automatics. Now he will know its hard looking cool on a sportsbike
 

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The other day I was riding along on my brothers MC22 with my mates on sports bikes because my y2k turbine bike was unregistered. Anyway, we all pulled up at this set of lights. I noticed a strange guy on a scooter behind me and I thought he wanted a "balance competition" at the lights to see who was the bigger man and would get all the laydeez!

So there I am trying to balance this puny MC22 on Arrowmaxes when I totally forgot about my inner ear damage received from a horrific bloody firefight back in Nam when I was trying to defend this countries freedom.. As you can imagine, this particular display of mano-e-mano wasnt going well for me and my bike toppled over!

The shrapnel that had spread through my body from the aforementioned Vietnam encounter made it horrifically hard and painful to get the bike back rubber side down.

While all this was going on I noticed a strange looking guy just staring and LOLing at me from behind! It really weirded me out! The gibbering lunatic behind me even made me forget the bike was still in 1st! Hahaha!! Finally by the time I was ready to go the lights changed to red again!, although I could hardly see from the tears of pain and fear that were streaming down my face.

That day has scarred me for life and made me lose my faith in humanity (again)
 

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Haggis said:
The other day I was riding along on my brothers MC22 with my mates on sports bikes because my y2k turbine bike was unregistered. Anyway, we all pulled up at this set of lights. I noticed a strange guy on a scooter behind me and I thought he wanted a "balance competition" at the lights to see who was the bigger man and would get all the laydeez!

So there I am trying to balance this puny MC22 on Arrowmaxes when I totally forgot about my inner ear damage received from a horrific bloody firefight back in Nam when I was trying to defend this countries freedom.. As you can imagine, this particular display of mano-e-mano wasnt going well for me and my bike toppled over!

The shrapnel that had spread through my body from the aforementioned Vietnam encounter made it horrifically hard and painful to get the bike back rubber side down.

While all this was going on I noticed a strange looking guy just staring and LOLing at me from behind! It really weirded me out! The gibbering lunatic behind me even made me forget the bike was still in 1st! Hahaha!! Finally by the time I was ready to go the lights changed to red again!, although I could hardly see from the tears of pain and fear that were streaming down my face.

That day has scarred me for life and made me lose my faith in humanity (again)
:headbang: :hail:
 
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