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    Sorry to hear, Ian.
    All things consider, the bike doesn't look too bad! Heal up and feel better.
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    Wow man sorry to hear, feel better soon!

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    It's to be expected from a muppet like you.



















    J/K!!!!!! No fall is ever a "good" fall, but when you get up and walk away....that's what counts! Glad your OK dude!

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    Awe damn, I didn't know that was you until I saw this. I was wondering why you left

    I felt my rear tire kick out there a couple times when I went over the painted portion of the dotted line.

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    No worries! Turn 2 can definitely be tricky in the wet.

    It's got a variety of pavement textures, some seams, and even a slight elevation change.

    In the wet, I look at Turn 2 as a "throw away" corner, meaning I don't push it and basically just try to get through it safely and then pick up the pace again.
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ueywqUBW3oM

    Glad you're ok and the bike is mostly fixed.
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    Glad you're alright dude! And major props to you for stepping away. Wasting a track day is okay when you think of the alternatives because your head wasn't fully in the game.
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    Well, since I saw the most crashes today I can say yours was the best I saw! Thanks for the entertainment.

    But in all seriousness, I hope you get everything together! Glad you weren't seriously hurt.

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    Minor mistake don't worry about it.

    You gave us excellent training on bag replacement.

    Actual time was 11.38 min for our first time on a bag replacement

    Sea Ya after the classic .
    Noxen you may be gone but you will never not be forgotten. Godspeed to you always............

    Raybusa0818 you may be gone also, but you will never be forgotten. Godspeed to you always.................

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    If you are going to crash you might as well blow up an air fence! sweet.

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