Destination Way is usually pretty quiet (started to build out a housing development, then the 2008 crash happened and the homes never got built, just some awesome roads) and he was trying to pass some of the other riders on the inside.You know damn well he didn't stay in his lane
I have been thinking about just starting slow and using a bike as just a commuter tool for a while. The accident would have been allot worse, but I think all of the muscle mass I was carrying at the time saved me from much worse damage.god damn.
There not much you can do in situations like that I guess. I’m super cautious and observant within city limits and highways. Kind of sucks cause you’re on the edge but I love to ride and want to do it as long as possible.
Maybe just slowly get back into it with short trips instead of daily riding.
Worst I had was a high side. Target fixated, went wide in a corner, hard on the brakes in the dirt, high sided, fractured wrist.
Then got to ride the bike back home, then drive myself to the hospital
Had to stop for gas on the way home, and getting my glove back on over the swelling was painful.
Also, my car was a manual, so trying to shift with my left hand was a bit of a challenge.
Then the hospital didn't have anyone to put on a cast due to it being the weekend, so I just got a splint and was told to come back on Monday.
But the splint didn't hold the wrist in place well, so I was in pain all weekend.
But I learned not to target fixate.
There have been so many times when I've been coming into a corner too fast and have to fight myself to keep looking through the corner.I am almost lost my life when I lived in Berkeley. I was coming home from Walnut Creek and after I got off the 24 freeway, I was trying to make a left on Alcatraz when I couldn't stop staring at a giant truck parked on the street. I almost got hypnotized into crashing right into it . From then on I learned I had to force my face to look into the direction I wanted to go.
commuting is pretty damn dangerousI have been thinking about just starting slow and using a bike as just a commuter tool for a while. The accident would have been allot worse, but I think all of the muscle mass I was carrying at the time saved me from much worse damage.
“Hey guise bikes not stolen you just need a clear frame!”
I have a 2014 Yamaha R1 for sale. Only issue is Yamaha has title, the bike is not stolen just did not give back after a bankruptcy. Will give you registration and 2020 tag that is good till...detroit.craigslist.org
just did not give back after a bankruptcy