Ok, I'll just go ahead and say what we're all thinking: somebody didn't use a torque wrench.
"Yamaha" - it's Japanese for "fuck your sports car."
I want to see the rest of the bike.
impossible that that can come off a bike without the bike being in pieces....the axle has to have been removed for that to be like that...cool!
Remembering Bill Mclean.
Having had a colonoscopy......I have now seen where the sun don't shine......(Me)
Reminds me to check a few things.
Last edited by The Grey Man; 05-10-2015 at 12:29 PM.
If everybody rode your bike, and dressed just like you it would be a very boring motorcycle world.
As a founding member of the BCSB accident investigation team I have come to the following conclusion based on the two photos provided.
I didn't bother clicky the linky for fear of news editorialization clouding my view.
The lead vehicle was carrying a set of wheels strapped in an open area, the operator was not aware a Cush drive is held on by friction... The sprocket and carrier came loose from the wheel. Fell from the vehicle and began bouncing down the highway before being struck by a following vehicle.
R.I.P #48 Shoya Tomizawa (December 10, 1990 – September 5, 2010)
R.I.P. #58 Marco Simoncelli (January 20, 1987 – October 23, 2011)
Shovel head is right. I redact my report