UtahJack Posted July 6, 2020 Share Posted July 6, 2020 (edited) Of coarse now that I set down, I think she fared better than me. Took me forever to find a stick long enough and strong enough to bend the exhaust back out so the swing arm could move. So far the only damage I can find is the exhaust, marring to the tail piece and bent handlebars, the crash bars worked. Another rocky descent, not totally sure what happened, hit something wrong, and than the throttle and powered into the crash. I think when the wife gets home I better go to the hospital, wrist hurts so bad could hardly open the pain med bottle, and is swelling rapidly in spite of ice. Other than that fared pretty well, at least the bleeding has stopped, forearm and leg, sharp rocks. Might want to be more careful picking where I ride since I am always alone. On a bright note, I get a new exhaust, and picking her up wasn't as bad as I thought it would be. Edited July 7, 2020 by UtahJack 1 14 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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