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While riding a 1985 Honda ATC 200S in the Pine Barrens of New Jersey I had my most memorable crash.  This was over thirty years ago and no injury happened to my trike, me or my buddy Joe.  I was hammering the gas to try to keep up with Joe's faster 1986 Honda ATC 250SX when out of nowhere he stopped.  His brake light wasn't working so by the time I realised he was stopped it was too late.  I lined up my front wheel to his right rear wheel and SMACK!  I flew over the bars and Joe's right shoulder.  I did a flip landing flat on my back in soft sand.  While I flipped over Joe he looked over his left shoulder and missed the whole thing.  We laughed it off and kept riding. 

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My worst crash was on my Rokon during Elk season towing my trailer with a full load of wood down hill in the mountains. Brakes went out and could not stop. Ended up crashing on the side of the gravel road, landed on a boulder and bruised my kidneys. It made for a terrible trip for the next week. The bike was just fine, not a dent on it.

BTW, Rokon brakes are not the best!

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