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It is a repost, but it needed to be posted again to remind all riders to gear up properly.
 

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despite it all she is still very beautiful, and very couragous...and riding which is amazing. most people would not survive that much skin trauma.
 

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Something to think about when you think it's to hot to wear the gear , if it's to hot for you don't ride , it's dangerous enough with the gear .It can happen any place any time , my bro seen a guy on a cruiser bike get rear ended in down town mission 2-3 years ago , just sittin there at a light DOING nothing.
 

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Gear up guys and girls. I am glad to hear that she's back on bikes again, thats takes alot of courage after a spill like that.
 

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Eh Muh Gawd Becky!!
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good for her!! fall off the bike(literally speaking) get back on!! i've had a few people rib me about wearing my license plate on my jacket back cause what if i go for a ride without it on.........told em i don't ride with out it. no compromise on that one!!
 

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good for her!! fall off the bike(literally speaking) get back on!! i've had a few people rib me about wearing my license plate on my jacket back cause what if i go for a ride without it on.........told em i don't ride with out it. no compromise on that one!!
Is that legal? My buddy got a sweet undertail for his 929 and we joked about putting the licence plate on his jacket, it was too pretty to drill into.
 

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Is that legal? My buddy got a sweet undertail for his 929 and we joked about putting the licence plate on his jacket, it was too pretty to drill into.
I've ridden with someone who puts day-passes on his helmet with no problems
 

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The pictures were taken a year later after the skin grafts healed?

Some pretty horrible scars but considering what she looked like on the operating table she's lucky.
 

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Learning the hard way.
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I'm so sick of this god damned woman. How has awareness been raised any more than it was before? No it wasn't because of random people's experiances and lessons, or from sites like ogrish.com or lessons on bike websites. Awareness has been raised MUCH more thanks to the pretty lady. I've learned my lesson now. I just can't stand it when beautiful people get hurt. Their value is much more than a measly peon like me. If she's willing to contact me, I've got some foreskin that I can donate to the skin graft.
 

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Eh Muh Gawd Becky!!
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Is that legal? My buddy got a sweet undertail for his 929 and we joked about putting the licence plate on his jacket, it was too pretty to drill into.
depending on how you interpret the road rules will depend on its legality. the only 2 issues i can see, and i've already taken care of one of them, are the plate lighting which is required(i got 2 magnetic LED's now) and the fact that when your parked it will have no plate which some PoPo might take as being a stolen bike or no insurance cause they can't readilly run a plate. either way it's permanent now and we'll have to wait and see what the ramafications may be. on the good side it is highly visible to anyone following.
 

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Why would you afix your plate to you ??? in the event of a fall that thing will slice into you like a knife through butter .and the light thing.
 

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Is that legal? My buddy got a sweet undertail for his 929 and we joked about putting the licence plate on his jacket, it was too pretty to drill into.
Probably get away with it while he's riding as he is displaying his tags, but it is illegal while parked on a public street with no tags and valid insurance decals and if he's not sittin on it, it will probably be towed if a cop rolls up on it.
 

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Glad to hear your walking and talking ,up and about .as far as i see it prepare for the worst , it can happen to any one any where . get the best gear you can aford and use it . younger riders go buy a 15 k bike and ride around at 200kmh. in t shirts and runners ,and you know what i talk to lots of people and they don't comment about the speed so much as they comment about some riders lack of gear and how stupid that is , i just say well they have'nt had it yet .i,m sure you heard/and know it, that it was a good thing you where geared up . Hope your feeling better soon and get your gixxer all together , be well .
 
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