It's time to play ... . Photo Caption ContestHonestly, why are these bikes on the ground?
"It is what you discover, after you know it all, that counts." _ John Wooden
1973 R75/5 - original owner
Walking back to his mates, one of the riders was heard to say, "But I've got all the best farkles that website said to install. My bike is supposed to be awesome off road!"
Last edited by BC1100S; 08-08-2014 at 12:23 AM.
ride what you've got; enjoy the ride!
Reid - Stone Ridge, NY - BMWMOA #69187 - Turbo Fluffy Motoclub - IBA #50182
Cave contents: 16 R12RS, 13 Toyota Tacoma, 03 Simplicity Legacy, 97 Stihl FS75, Dewalt DW625 & SawStop PCS175
My expectations are never low enough........David Brooks
I'm thinking that the lead bike went down and the following riders were too close, target fixated and grabbed the front brakes to join their fellow riders in the horizontal plane. I saw three Harley's do the same thing in a really easy curve one evening. First guy ran off the road into a field, and the two others followed in a nice row to end up on top of each other. No injuries except to bikes and pride.
Or the bikes were tired from the hill climb and simply needed a short rest stop.
Doug, 2011 R1200RT Polar Metallic
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