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Old 11-24-2008, 08:38 AM   #1
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Heh heh. Fergot the helmet, eh?

Sportbike.... $10,000

Doo-rag.......$10

Idiot expression..... priceless.
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Old 11-24-2008, 09:54 AM   #2
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I like the way the green fork oil lends a contrast to the soon-to-be red and white t-shirt.......
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All that color will go well with his brown and yellow undies. I'm sure he had just enough time to soil himself before biting it.
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Hey I know that feeling! Only it was a 10 speed and I only spent 6 hours in the ER sewing my bottom lip back to my jaw. Good times, good times...
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Hey I know that feeling! Only it was a 10 speed and I only spent 6 hours in the ER sewing my bottom lip back to my jaw. Good times, good times...
I did a really nice header off of a mountain bike. Over the bars and stuck the face plant quite well.

I've done a LOT of stupid things. None have required trips to the ER, though.
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I did a good one off my 10sp, dropped the front wheel through the grates of a storm drain, hit my upper thighs on the handlebars, tea-bagged the the goose neck skinned both palms in a failed attempt at mitigateing the face plant, all in front of the High School hottie I was trying to impress.
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I did a good one off my 10sp, dropped the front wheel through the grates of a storm drain, hit my upper thighs on the handlebars, tea-bagged the the goose neck skinned both palms in a failed attempt at mitigateing the face plant, all in front of the High School hottie I was trying to impress.
Nice. At least my face plant was in the middle of the desert with no onlookers
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I did a really nice header off of a mountain bike. Over the bars and stuck the face plant quite well.

I've done a LOT of stupid things. None have required trips to the ER, though.
Quick Release axles can do just that... Other than sliding on my face for about 5 ft I had a little scratch on my right hand. Nothing 50 stitches couldn't sew back up.

Needless to say I learned the first time, and check them at least before every ride and often during. Mountain biking has caused me to lose my elbows and knee's more times than I can count. Had a really sweet bruise after a day of downhilling at NorthStar. Went over the bars at about 30mph and from my knee to my hip was black and blue and mushy. I was able to limp around about 5 days later... After that one I upgraded to MX gear and helmet for downhilling. 48.5 mph down the mountain with only a bike helmet and spandex doesnt cut it...
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Quick Release axles can do just that... Other than sliding on my face for about 5 ft I had a little scratch on my right hand. Nothing 50 stitches couldn't sew back up.

Needless to say I learned the first time, and check them at least before every ride and often during. Mountain biking has caused me to lose my elbows and knee's more times than I can count. Had a really sweet bruise after a day of downhilling at NorthStar. Went over the bars at about 30mph and from my knee to my hip was black and blue and mushy. I was able to limp around about 5 days later... After that one I upgraded to MX gear and helmet for downhilling. 48.5 mph down the mountain with only a bike helmet and spandex doesnt cut it...
...face plant?
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Here are some other good ones
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