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Now you just don't see 636's do this every day

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    Now you just don't see 636's do this every day

    Originally posted by craig
    So THAT's what "backing it in" means!
    Nope.. That is what highsiding means...

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    Now you just don't see 636's do this every day

    It all happens so fast that there is no way for the rider to understand that to just LET GO and slide it out is the safest bet for him and the bike....

    of course from the picture standpoint alone, it is easy to say it....


    I would hate to see the before and after pics of this though

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    Now you just don't see 636's do this every day

    I remember reading somewhere about this guy doing that on his 636. Very much an in control maneuver. ...At least until the end of that very same day. Supposedly he crashed it and hurt himself pretty badly and hasn't been on a bike since.

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    Now you just don't see 636's do this every day

    I'd like to see the rest of this photo series if anyone knows where to find it.

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    Now you just don't see 636's do this every day

    Originally posted by hessogood
    As history has shown in my crashes sliders break and bend pretty nicely. I'm giving the woodcrafts a shot this year. They look like a much better design. The standard style were close to dragging on the ground at times (non crash times).
    you dont mean the "spinners" you put on at VIR do you? are those even bolted into the frame?

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    Now you just don't see 636's do this every day

    Originally posted by hessogood
    As history has shown in my crashes sliders break and bend pretty nicely. I'm giving the woodcrafts a shot this year. They look like a much better design. The standard style were close to dragging on the ground at times (non crash times).
    I have a set of Yoyodyne sliders for a 600rr that are brand new, would just have to buy pucks. This was a spare set I picked up of ebay. These hold up very well in a crash. Let me know if you want them.

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    Now you just don't see 636's do this every day

    Originally posted by rjh200
    I have a set of Yoyodyne sliders for a 600rr that are brand new, would just have to buy pucks. This was a spare set I picked up of ebay. These hold up very well in a crash. Let me know if you want them.
    no thanks. Like i said I've got woodcraft.

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