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Got any crash pics?


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Got any crash pics?

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I was hall'n down a good condition trail, turned the corner to find this wash in the trail and couldn't stop or navigate it quick enough and ended on my side. I let the bike sit like this to long so I could take pics and ended up having to take a break while it drained before it would start again.

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Here's a few pictures of when my dad wrecked. This was before I got my first quad, so (unfortunately) I wasn't there to see it. He called me on his way home and said "Uh...I have a little problem...let's just say the quad isn't the way it was when you saw it this morning."

The hill he was going down (looks a LOT steeper in person!). In the second picture, my brother is standing on it for reference (he was 5' when the picture was taken)...still doesn't show how steep it is.

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The aftermath:

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i dont have many in action crash pictures, noone ever catches those really....

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and i hope this works.....and you can see this, its a pretty incredible 5 picture sequence, looks VERY MUCH liked I crashed HARD, but I hung on and finished that thing........press continue when you get to the page, and on i'm on the third line down...you can't miss the 194... :) :) :)

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It hurt pretty good. One of those things you jump back on and go. I almost ran over my girl and my best friend because they were seeing if I was ok and I was back on the quad yelling at them to move so I could continue the race. They wouldn't move so I just took off and they were in front of me. They had to jump out of the way REAL fast.

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did ya get to see the photo sequence tx? pretty narly.

Sure did kiddo.......

If I ever get my photo box up again, I should make an animated GIF of it!!!!!!!

-TD

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I didn't. :cry: The same logs ate me on the second lap. That one I pulled something in my leg. Couldn't get back up. I'll get them next time.

Moose Utilities makes a really neat chainsaw holder for quads :eek:

-TD

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