posted on Jul, 20 2017 @ 03:35 PM
a reply to: Flyingclaydisk
Well Clay I really feel for you losing your best friend like that. But ,but Please allow me to play the devils advocate a while. I'm 68 in October and
have rode bikes all my life, I now ride an ST 1100 and a VN 1500 and the biggest lesson that everyone MUST learn that no mater what size bike you ride
THE THROTTLE GOES BOTH WAYS. You don't have to go fast. You don't have to take unnecessary risks. But by far and above the biggest risks are other
So no matter what you ride or drive there will always be some-one to take you out.
Think on this one. You say that when you heard you skidded off the road and right into a ditch. What if it was a deep ditch, or a big rock or a big
tree? That could have been your demise and you weren't even on a motorbike.
Sorry for the bad words as I truly feel for you as I've had a couple of close friends been taken out, one by a drunk driver the other by a lorry
driver too tired to drive drifting over lanes.