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That'll buff right out... :hihihi:

Really surprising you weren't hurt any more than you said you were, but the gear most likely protected you from a lot of pain. Bike ain't bad at all, considering what it could have been. :yes:

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Heck, I'm not even a body man and I would probably take a stab at smoothing that out. Sorry to see that, though, on a nice machine like that. (Sorry about the human boo boos too, of course).

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Just saw this. Very sorry about your crash. Glad you and bike aren't hurt too bad.

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that's tough , glad it was no worse than it was ,the only person who has never been down , is the person who don't ride much , or they are real Lucky .... I have crashed more bikes than most people have owned... :swoon:

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Dan, glad to hear it was not worse for ya, might take a while but get back on that horse :moped: :moped: :moped:

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Got some paint work to do, but I've priced the pin stripes and they are expensive. Egads, what a bad day.

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.... I have crashed more bikes than most people have owned... :swoon:


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That's some funny stuff right there. But, I'd be willing to bet that there are a few among us <ahem> who might be able to give you a run for your money on that statistic! (Ignominious as it might be).

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Sometimes you get lucky (I did a year ago August), but some of it is preparation. I was prepared and destroyed helmet, gloves, mesh armored jacket, mesh armored overpants, and riding boots with heel protectors. Came away with bruises and a lightly cracked wrist bone because of the gear. I was lucky because no one hit me while I flopped to a stop in the middle of three lanes of heavy interstate traffic. Sounds like you had a little of each, also.

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Some fairing rash. The chrome vent cover is somewhere still up there. Busticated windshield went in the trash the same day it happened. Pretty much it on the damage.

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I have a screen that is actually a cut down 1100 aspencade. Def not using. Also have that rectangle reflector. If that helps let me know. Please bear in mind the origin. Im in the UK.
They were free to me so I only need to cover the shipping.
I'll dig them out for pics tomorrow.

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Glad your ok. I had a similar accident four years this month on my Valkyrie. Went into a ditch trying to keep it upright due to frost on a shady 20 mph mountain curve. Doing 40 and losing all traction. Could not slow or make the turn I rode it out until I encountered a drainage grate below ground level. The bike came to an abrupt halt an over the handle bars I went onto my left shoulder. Never had so much pain in my life ( even my kidney stone ) 5 mph crash an to this day I still can't sleep on my left side. I ended up selling the Valk an just 3 month ago got a 1975 GL1000 for a project.

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