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Old 04-27-2013, 11:50 AM   #30016
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I found the training wheels that my BIL shipped me after my last wreck. I can rip back down to SJC and install them on Tom's bike.






edit: I guess if we are handing out training wheels, we better buy them by the gross.

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I know I have missed a bunch of riders........
Glad no one is seriously injured.

As they say, only two kinds of riders. Those that have gone down, and those that will.

I'm a proud bone breaking, riding realist, crushing my first bone at the age of ten, and then about every three years afterwards. . If you ride, you'd better have good insurance. I rank it as the best Farkle you can invest in.
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Old 04-27-2013, 01:12 PM   #30017
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I posted mine in LABS. First day back from hospital with the hardware in. Gonna be 6-8 wks off for me at least... First bone ever!
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Old 04-27-2013, 04:00 PM   #30018
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Holy Crap.

I stop hanging around this place for a bit and you all start crashing? What's up with that?

Those that are hurt... heal well, heal fast.

Those that avoided injury... glad you are ok.

To all of you... STOP IT! Stop crashing.
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Old 04-27-2013, 04:15 PM   #30019
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Glad no one is seriously injured.

As they say, only two kinds of riders. Those that have gone down, and those that will.

I'm a proud bone breaking, riding realist, crushing my first bone at the age of ten, and then about every three years afterwards. . If you ride, you'd better have good insurance. I rank it as the best Farkle you can invest in.
Rob is there such a thing as "riding insurance" that one could purchase for just to cover you if riding? My insurance from work is real shitty and I don't work enough hours to cover myself year round, plus with the $500 deductible it has to bad. Last year when I injured my foot at the "kids ride" I had to pay out of pocket to the doc because I hadn't reached my deductible. Later doc try's to bill insurance and the bill gets kicked back to me for more $$$. Two x-rays no folow-up call like I was told I would get.

Sent the doc a thank-you note via "red brick air mail" but forgot to sign it.

I'll never go to that crook again, but every so often I give his clinic a negative report on yelp. (where I found him)



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Old 04-27-2013, 05:10 PM   #30020
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Rob is there such a thing as "riding insurance" that one could purchase for just to cover you if riding? My insurance from work is real shitty and I don't work enough hours to cover myself year round, plus with the $500 deductible it has to bad. Last year when I injured my foot at the "kids ride" I had to pay out of pocket to the doc because I hadn't reached my deductible. Later doc try's to bill insurance and the bill gets kicked back to me for more $$$. Two x-rays no folow-up call like I was told I would get.

Sent the doc a thank-you note via "red brick air mail" but forgot to sign it.

I'll never go to that crook again, but every so often I give his clinic a negative report on yelp. (where I found him)



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Go with Foremost motorcycle insurance, you get $25000 medical coverage when you get full coverage on the moto.....

When I crashed in 2010, they paid me about $2000 to fix the bike and replace gear, yeah gear is covered. They also paid all medical bills and expenses like first aid etc. 0 out of pocket! Medical bills were about $3000.
And your moto will be coverd for theft, fire, etc.
Fuck Geico.
Check it out Grinch.
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Old 04-27-2013, 09:16 PM   #30021
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Go with Foremost motorcycle insurance, you get $25000 medical coverage when you get full coverage on the moto.....

When I crashed in 2010, they paid me about $2000 to fix the bike and replace gear, yeah gear is covered. They also paid all medical bills and expenses like first aid etc. 0 out of pocket! Medical bills were about $3000.
And your moto will be coverd for theft, fire, etc.
Fuck Geico.
Check it out Grinch.
Foremost is the brokerage side of Farmers. I've always gone with Progressive. 250/500 liability, 250/500 umb, 250 deduc on comp/coll, $150/yr for the KTM and $180 for the BMW.

As for mc only med insurance,. . Most carriers actually try to exclude riding all together, or for that matter, any risky endeavor. . Just get some good med insurance with excellent emergency room coverage and low to no deduc with zero copayment. It runs about $600/mth, but that's better than the $50k that they spent on my last med bills, including two surgeries.

If you're really healthy and don't ever go to the Dr, the look into a program called Tonik. It's actually designed for catastrophic medical, not for hypochondriacs that need to go to the Dr for every little thing. Pretty affordable and backed by Anthem BC.
http://www.medicoverage.com/tonik/
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Old 04-28-2013, 10:41 AM   #30022
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thanks for the tonik link, rob. looks like something i'll definitely be checking into once i'm back on the bike.

i hope we're done with the LA injury report now, this is too much all at once! i hope everyone makes a speedy and full recovery. see you back out on the trails, hopefully soon!
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Old 04-28-2013, 11:07 AM   #30023
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thanks for the tonik link, rob. looks like something i'll definitely be checking into once i'm back on the bike.

i hope we're done with the LA injury report now, this is too much all at once! i hope everyone makes a speedy and full recovery. see you back out on the trails, hopefully soon!
Sure, no problem. It's a pretty stripped down plan that was designed around the SSS industry. Designed for people who are generally in really good physical health, but tend to be accident prone.
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Old 04-28-2013, 11:27 AM   #30024
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what about AAA travel accident insurance!
https://www.aaalife.com/our-products...ent-insurance/

last quote in the mail was for $95 for the year have seen other plans like this

tonik only offers the 5000 plan now thats a big deductable!

there is also AFLAC, dont pay right away but oes pay per incident!
if i still had it when i broke ankle, it would have paid out bout 15,000!
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Old 04-28-2013, 11:34 AM   #30025
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what about AAA travel accident insurance!
https://www.aaalife.com/our-products...ent-insurance/

last quote in the mail was for $95 for the year have seen other plans like this

tonik only offers the 5000 plan now thats a big deductable!

there is also AFLAC, dont pay right away but oes pay per incident!
if i still had it when i broke ankle, it would have paid out bout 15,000!
Scott, some of those supplemental plans are ok, but only if they don't decline payments based on accident/risk exposure. It's in the very, very fine print. The shit you need a magnifying glass to read. It usually declines payment for anything other than "usual activity" and typically declines payment for motorcycle riding, race cars, sky diving, kangaroo boxing, crocodile wrestling, etc, etc, etc.
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Old 04-28-2013, 01:41 PM   #30026
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Heal up quick El Zorrillo

Those pictures are never pretty to look at.

To think I have ridden for 30 years and as a self employed contractor.
I rarely had any health or life insurance.

Rob I got an Insurance question for you.
If you and your wife both have full medical. Each being the primary for their own policy and the spouse and kids being secondary coverage of each others policy.

If something major happens how is it handled???
My policy is Cal PERS and my wife's is private PPO.

Will each policy cover any laps in each others policy?

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Old 04-28-2013, 04:39 PM   #30027
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I wish I could post up pix of my shattered spine , the L1 vertibrae looks like a shot glass dropped on a cement floor .

5 years and counting , I'll wear a back brace and use a cane until I die but I refuse to stop riding so far .

I'll prolly never ride off road again but I *do* still ride and I hope all here follow the Doctor's P.T. regimine as that's crucial to regaining mobility and flexibility .
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Old 04-28-2013, 07:30 PM   #30028
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Old 04-29-2013, 07:53 AM   #30029
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