|07-12-2012, 08:34 PM||#16|
Joined: Nov 2010
Location: Central Coast, NSW, Australia
Glad all ok.
VFR1200X, DRZ400E, CBR1100XX Past: NX650, RGV250, ZZR1100, GSX-R750, XT600, GS1000S, GPZ600R, CBX400F, XL185S, XL100S
|07-12-2012, 09:59 PM||#17|
Joined: Oct 2004
Location: Mexicali, Baja Cfa., Mexico, Calexico,CA. US
I send your video to my friend yesterday.
Today he write me back saying this is the same bridge he went down!!!
Same crash six years ago heading north on 99.
QUOTE=jasonlion54;19106589]Riding highway 99 from Pemberton to Lillooet in BC, Canada. We had crossed lots of bridges and they were all good asphalt, no problems. This one looked the same until I was on it and realized it was wooden and wet. We went back and looked at the bridge and it was covered in scrapes and gouges that looked like other crashed bikes had dragged footpegs and handlebars across it. Hitting that concrete post at the end tore off my muffler and rear fender. A couple of earplugs were all I needed to keep riding fortunately.
When the bike started sliding, I planted my foot, but the transition from wood to pavement kicked my foot out and down I went.[/QUOTE]
Se habla español, and a little english.
When the U.S. and Canada enter rehab, we can kiss drug cartels goodbye.
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