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    Quote by Chopperman View Post
    Stuka f,
    That looks painfull, I hope everything heals up OK.

    No helmet law here. I am fully aware of the risk. Everyone
    who rides goes down eventually. You just hope it's not going
    to be a bad one. I've been riding for 40 years and have had
    my share of road rash. but (so far) nothing serious.



    Live to ride-Ride to live
    Thanks Chopperman, it heals quiet good. I am doing what the doctor said; "drink a lot"!! My wife keeps on telling me he added; milk , but I didn't hear that one!!
    Not wearing my helmet neigther...but even with a helmet when your ar slamming your head the way I did only a fully closed helmet would have helped.
    I' ve been also for nearly 40 years on a bike, the next bike to come would be the 13 th...
    Only two have been total loss; thise one and my 3 th one.
    Those two major accidents a some minor one's where never my fault...

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    I ride my quad on the road with no crash helmet. Unfortunately we have to wear them here on our m/cycles. Stewy S

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    We also need helmets here in Canada. But - that said - I think I'd wear one even if I wasn't legislated too. I've had a lot of close calls!!

    Cheers!

    Rob

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    Quote by lach470 View Post
    We also need helmets here in Canada. But - that said - I think I'd wear one even if I wasn't legislated too. I've had a lot of close calls!!

    Cheers!

    Rob
    Me too Rob. If i'm only going in the ciity on my quad unless it's raining i don't bother. But i ALWAYS wear gloves & protective clothing,never shorts & tee-shirt. I hate seeing that with a lot of bikers. Stewy S

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    Quote by Stewy S View Post
    Me too Rob. If i'm only going in the ciity on my quad unless it's raining i don't bother. But i ALWAYS wear gloves & protective clothing,never shorts & tee-shirt. I hate seeing that with a lot of bikers. Stewy S
    No shorts !!
    ...But yes I do wear slippers and a T shirt on my bike.
    But I do not get on my bike with the idea of falling off.
    I went in a curve to the right into the side of a car who was coming from the other direction and cutting short his curve on my side of the road.
    I couldn't avoid thise one.
    I do ride winter and summer,+/- 20.000 km / year!
    I do wear protective clothing in the winter, but just to be protected of the cold.

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    Hmm..If you lived here you'd know why i wear protective clothing all year. They're certainly the worst drivers i've ever encountered. They all think they're on tractors here. Indicators & traffic lanes mean absolutely nothing to them. Stewy S

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    My mate had his kneecap ripped off. They never found it & he's never walked properly since. Stewy S

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    Me in the middle in Solothurn two years ago...
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    Who is Bea??

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    I've seen some bad ones also. Even had a couple friends
    die. Even if they had been wearing helmets they would
    not have survived. That's the chance you take. I seldom
    wear a helmet, only in the rain or cold or if I am going into
    a large city where I do not know the roads or traffic. I
    always always always wear good boots and long pants.

    I believe every new rider should take an approved riders
    safty coarse. ( I even made my wife take it ) I also think
    that new riders should not be allowed to ride some of the
    super bikes of the last 20 years. Nothing in my opinion seams
    stupid as to let a 16 year old kid with no experience buy a
    Ninja capable of going almost 200 mph. Plus it seams if that
    is the kind of bike they own, then the proper riding attire is
    shorts and flipflops with a girl on behind in a bikini. Granted--
    my boots and heavy jeans wont do much but its better than
    nothing at all.

    -------Sorry, didn't mean to preach. I enjoy riding, Its one of my
    passions and tend to get a little excited sometimes

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