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A friend and I were out yesterday on the Groms and he went down. At his request I will not post photos or say who it was. He's hurt, left collar bone and right arm, but the bike took the worst of it thankfully. Who knew that Grom can break a concrete culvert into more than three pieces? Lets hope he has a speedy recovery.


And please ride safe above all else.:smile:
 

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Sorry to hear! Hope he gets better soon.
Just because these bikes are smaller doesn't mean they are any "safer" than other motorbikes. All it takes is a driver not paying attention or road conditions..etc
I see a lot of people on this forum riding around in T-shirts, Shorts, flipflops.... Road rash is NOT fun. Better to break a bone. Ask me how I know.
 

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it will need lots of work, cant even get power to turn on or get it into neutral
Same with mine, Firefighters had to carry it back to the firehouse. He can always try to part it out to recover some of his money!

Damn a broken collar bone is not fun! However, I would take that over a concussion any day! Hope it heals up soon!
 

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So sorry to hear this. I used to think crashing was the worst part of riding motorcycles. I was wrong. The worst part is when your friends die.

This is a dangerous sport let us never forget that.

Here is to a speedy recovery.

Also, left collar bone and right arm? Gonna be hard to wipe for a while.
 
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I hope your friend is going to be ok.

Did he go through surgery yet today?

We had two could have been close calls yesterday in the rain. I bought the pures again last night! they will be here on friday!
 
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