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I Flipped over my handle bars

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2 hours ago, yooper265 said:

Keep safe , easy to get hurt out there .

This video is old! I went over the bars way more times than that lol!

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Reminds me of my horse going balls to the wall across the field when she decided to put the brakes on.  Me on the ground, flat on my back holding onto the reins.  She was looking down at me as if to say "What the he-- are doing down there boy?"  Wasn't as soft a landing as you had, but was a lot cleaner.

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26 minutes ago, Vern said:

Reminds me of my horse going balls to the wall across the field when she decided to put the brakes on.  Me on the ground, flat on my back holding onto the reins.  She was looking down at me as if to say "What the he-- are doing down there boy?"  Wasn't as soft a landing as you had, but was a lot cleaner.

ahahhah damn you probably had a longer fall tho

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