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    Quote Originally Posted by Norfolk Tiger View Post
    Why you all still have that picture is a bit worrying especially in the case of Mr Bounce
    Speshul memories of past trips.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bounce View Post
    Speshul memories of past trips.....
    No wonder Nutty always looks nervous is that why you sabotaged his satnav leaving him at your mercy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norfolk Tiger View Post
    No wonder Nutty always looks nervous is that why you sabotaged his satnav leaving him at your mercy
    Nah, that wasn't me...that was a DIY faux pas with incorrect mappage
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    How many wear a neck brace?

    The Mototrek Guy is always wearing a Revit neck brace and seems to be available circa £275

    https://www.fc-moto.de/en/Revit-Adventure-Neck-Brace
    Too shiny and clean to use it properly.

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    Spotted this video in another thread on here with someone wanting crash bar upgrades.

    The R1200 guy who crashed was wearing a neck brace... not sure it would have made a lot of difference in this lowside as he was body slammed... but still good he was wearing one


    Oh my god, can you see any corrosion yet?

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    Poor observation, but the question I ask myself is "was his head movement restricted sufficiently to prevent him seeing the big black oil spill down the middle of the road" or was he asleep?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whele View Post
    Poor observation, but the question I ask myself is "was his head movement restricted sufficiently to prevent him seeing the big black oil spill down the middle of the road" or was he asleep?
    He was too close to the car in front.... so once the oil trail 'appeared'... he would have been on it before he could change direction to avoid it.

    Just too close to car in front is all which was obscuring his road surface... There is no restriction for forward observation using the neck brace.

    A friend of mine hit a block of wood in the middle of the road a few years back, doing exactly the same thing... riding too close to the car in front.

    IF you are going to do it, make sure you are riding in their nearside or offside wheel path. It gives you at least a chance to see the car swerve in front to avoid something.

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