The "don't be a squirrel link" was very good too. The link to it is at the bottom of the page. I didn't listen to the whole crash podcast, it made me think about crashing, which will probably make me crash!
In the squirrel article- I really liked the "Don't steer your bike" paragraph.
I haven't crashed in a long time. And these days my high speed crashes are hopefully over for the most part...
The most precarious situations I have these days is mounting and dismounting a fully loaded touring bike...and I'm sure my days are numbered.
Post subject:Posted: Jul 30, 2012 - 03:52 PM
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Location: Suwanee, GA
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