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stirfry

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stirfry says:

Dropped my bandit

Am I the only clumsy tw@t to drop their bike in true comic style? Please ease my stupidity by revealing your moments of madness.

Took my bike to impress my new girlfriend yesterday. All went well until it was time to leave. Being a lazy git I decided not to move her car and just manoueuvre the bike around the tight gap.

The look of horror on her face as I dropped 220kgs of bandit on her prize peugot was priceless. On the good side I just broke my brake lever and scuffed the mirror! Her cars another matter and our future:wacko:

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DaveyDavey

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Posts: 455

DaveyDavey says:

Silver linings

At least the bike isn't too damaged !!

I once dropped my bike right outside the garage after I had picked it up from it's MOT. How the mechanics laughed!! (After they had picked it and me up that is:smile)

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staffsknot

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staffsknot says:

My old 125

When I was new to this game I dropped my Kwak 125 on a petrol station after failing to put the stand down properly. Was so stupid I picked her up hopped on to get away before anyone noticed... and promptly dropped it the other side onto the pumps.

If that doesn't cheer you up nothing will.

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ducatiboy1967

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stir fry

trawl through some of the old threads.  There's one from Tam01 called stupid drop.  Others put their calamities on there and it goes on for pages.  Never mind about the G/F, if she can't take a joke she shouldn't have joined:wink:

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stirfry

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stirfry says:

Its certainly

 some consolation realising I'm not the only clumsy twonk.

£35 for a new brake lever! I should ask the g/f to contribute If she didnt block me in It'd never have happened.

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ghengis khan

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ghengis khan says:

there ya go......

sodding women drivers. :blink:

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smidget

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smidget says:

Don't

whatever you do let her pilot your remote aeroplane, I've seen the advert, it's not nice.

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binky

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binky says:

classic stuff

.... but where are the pics?

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skycat

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skycat says:

Blame Gravity

its always the route of the problem..!  :mad:

One day it decided to have my Thundercat, with luck she was reasonable unharmed, and i managed to pull her from Gravity's clutches...!  :biggrin:

 

 

 

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