I wrecked again. My arm kinda hurst so I don't want to type a whole lot right now, but here is the short of it:
Gear: Helmet, gloves, tshirt, liner, sweatshirt, jeans, sweatpants, military boots
Coming out of the rave, stopping at the red light and the front tire slid and the bike dove (again) The bike went between the two lanes of traffic, hit a car, and went on across 29 into the Ruby's parking lot. I tumbled a bit and didnt hit any cars (thankfully) and stood up. There were a lot of helpful and concerned people.
The FHP came as did an ambulance and a fire truck (to clean up the gas). I got a ticket for careless driving and I will be sued for the damages to the car, seeing as I dont have insurance.
I have rash on my arm, but nothing bad. I hurt my hip and my back (the back is pretty bad).
I have no more bike. I'll try to take some pics tomorrow. It is so gone.
I don't think I will do an more street riding. I am going to buy a 600 and be a track whore.
i am so sore! I am, however, fine. I can walk/move fine and I am really lucky I didnt hit a car. So, in comparison to how close I got to dying, I am doing great everyone! Thanks for all the kind words (even when Blake called me reckless )
in thegarage at the house... I am going to sell the motor (unless I make a go-cart out of it hahaha) and I am goin to give the rest to Mark (The only parts left are: two wheels, both with a few scratchs, but no dents. My new s/s brake lines. All the rotors (that have been overheated too many times). Front forks, rear shock, complete lockset, and a triple tree. I might sett the forks and triple tree myself too, but I am letting the rest of the parts go to mark. One day he will need parts for his bike, I just know it.
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