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Yeah, bike is pretty scratched all up left side, front left indicator shredded off, boomerang panel and cowling 'c' fuc**d. crack up by pillion seat where there's abit of a corner

and i have soft tissue damage to my right shoulder.

:( just thought this would never happen and if it did it would be cos someone pulling out on me etc.

i'll get pics up soon
 

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Oh damn :(

Mate as long as your ok, the bike is repairable!!!

Everyone I know is having accidents :(

Im getting worried tbh!!!

What actually happened?
 

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bikes can be fixed, get yourself patched up first, fella.
 

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It's easy to say that now.
But when I came off, my bike is all I cared about!!!

My body can heal itself.
The bike takes SOOO much more effort, and is heartbraking!!

So long as you haven't injured yourself permanently at least :p

Coincidentally, I came off last night also =/
Must be that time of year again. -sigh-
 
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Yeah, summer's over now lads.
I find this time of year you just click one night. When it's cold, damp and shite outside, at some point you just...
Activate winter mode, for me it was halfway home last Tuesday, that's it for summer, no more fast rides.
It's all about bringing her home now.
 

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It's easy to say that now.
But when I came off, my bike is all I cared about!!!

My body can heal itself.
The bike takes SOOO much more effort, and is heartbraking!!

So long as you haven't injured yourself permanently at least :p

Coincidentally, I came off last night also =/
Must be that time of year again. -sigh-
Very well put Cameron when i came off i was only worried about my bike... break yourself and the hospital and your body with fix itself and not cost any money. As long as i don't get so hurt i can't ride then i might be a bit pissed off.
 

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How is your confidence?
Has it been knocked at all?
 

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Well I was just setting off again after stopping for a lil rest and I just couldn't for the life off me take my hand off the throttle, I managed to eventually but at that point I was next to the curb and ten hit it. Bike slid on its side. Most of the damage is to the boomerang panel. If I reconnect a new front indicator will the rear one stop flashing like mad?
 

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Well I was just setting off again after stopping for a lil rest and I just couldn't for the life off me take my hand off the throttle, I managed to eventually but at that point I was next to the curb and ten hit it. Bike slid on its side. Most of the damage is to the boomerang panel. If I reconnect a new front indicator will the rear one stop flashing like mad?
because one is not connected thats why it flash like mad so you need to connect the new front one and it will stop flashing
 

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because one is not connected thats why it flash like mad so you need to connect the new front one and it will stop flashing
this is how i found out i had forgot to connect mine after washing the bike, halfway to Manchester on the A34 with no toolkit as it had been stolen a week before.
 

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Yeah, bike is pretty scratched all up left side, front left indicator shredded off, boomerang panel and cowling 'c' fuc**d. crack up by pillion seat where there's abit of a corner

and i have soft tissue damage to my right shoulder.

:( just thought this would never happen and if it did it would be cos someone pulling out on me etc.

i'll get pics up soon
like other have said on here , although we have such an attachment to our bikes, they are still only a material thing once damaged, the main thing in life is your LIFE, so get better soon and everything else can be sorted later . once all is sorted we look forward to you back on 2 wheels once more .
 

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like other have said on here , although we have such an attachment to our bikes, they are still only a material thing once damaged, the main thing in life is your LIFE, so get better soon and everything else can be sorted later . once all is sorted we look forward to you back on 2 wheels once more .
I'm assuming you have never come off yourself? :p
 
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