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Crashed the bike.

Crashed my girl yesterday. Was driving around Schaumburg Illinois and a lady pulled out in front of me. Tboned her at around 20 mph cuz I was blessed to slow down from 35 with quick thinking. I broke my left ankle and left clavicle/collar bone. Gonna be put up for awhile. Bike damage is unknown at this time. Still in the hospital for another day. Only had her for less than 3 months and 600 miles . :-(

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That is so sad. I hope you heal up fast.

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Awww, that sucks ...... still, I think I'd be asking for a new bike from her insurance company ......

Hope you heal up soon .....
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Oh man I hate reading threads like this - Glad it was not worse, that speed you peeled off would have made a difference, well done.

The bike is either fixable or replaceable so don't worry about that for now.

Wishing you all the very best in your recovery hopefully, a speedy one - clavicles suck - quite a few of us know about that But it will be fine in the long run.

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Crashed my girl yesterday. Was driving around Schaumburg Illinois and a lady pulled out in front of me. Tboned her at around 20 mph cuz I was blessed to slow down from 35 with quick thinking. I broke my left ankle and left clavicle/collar bone. Gonna be put up for awhile. Bike damage is unknown at this time. Still in the hospital for another day. Only had her for less than 3 months and 600 moles. :-(

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Aric, that sux but it's a blessing that you're here still able to post. Heal yourself. The bike can be returned to normal. Or replaced. Glad you're posting still.

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Bugger, hope you get back on it soon man.

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That's bad luck, hope you and your bike both make a full recovery soon


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Sux! Sux! Sux! Always hate hearing about accidents. Remember though, bikes are replaceable; people aren't. Heal soon and go find another beautiful piece of fine machinery.
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I debated before I left the hotel whether to wear my helmet or not. Its was 92 out and almost didn't. Glad I did cuz my head took quite a hit off the side of the van. Would be a different story if I didn't. WEAR YOUR GEAR GUYS!

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