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Glad to see/hear you're getting better!
Thank God you're okay! When you dropped off the face of the earth before the Beater Burnout tournament, I thought the worst -and I guess I was worried for a reason. So glad you're on the mend brother! Looking forward to racing with you again.
Always hate to hear of a motorcycle accident (I teach the MSF Basic RiderCourse), especially when it's one of the "family". Here's to wishing you a speedy recovery!
Never driven a motorcycle. Being 66 and having idiopathic vertigo probably means that ain't gonna happen this time around.......
Mrs Fox said as long as I never leave the back patio - I can at least sit on and listen to a Harley run!
Yep, I'm done riding with 3 little girls and a beautiful wife at home I don't wanna run the risk any more. to each their own But this guy is done.
I've crashed my 4-wheeler twice, does that count?
If you only hurt yourself a bit - then no! After you turn 22 - then even the little hurts count. Once you turn 35...just trying to get on them - can end up hurting you!
No, didn't get hurt too bad, although you never know, if I would have been going a little bit faster (Going too fast to begin with), things might have been different, I could have rolled the thing and got crushed to death or paralyzed
couple of car projects headed to kokomo...
whoo hoo thank you! welp took my first steps this monday with a walker. whoa thursday had the rest of the ex fix removed from my lower right leg. ex fix holds the bone in place to allow healing. anyway took six steps and I was pooped. Learning to walk all over again is gonna take some getting used too.
GO EVERLINGS GO !