can't wait for leatt adventure..had a big off!!

had a bad off today riding trails... didn't see small log on trail till last minute.. gassed it and front wheel went over fine but back kick so bad it sent me over the bars.... heard a crack thought it was my neck... but it was actually the top back portion of my helmet hitting the spedo and breaking the lexan...that was as me and the bike went looping forward end over end... nothing like looking at the suzuki "S" on the front fender coming at you only it is up side down....I was lucky and only got a few minor bruises...I was going about 25-30 mph and ended up about 45 feet past the log with the bike right beside me...I SO SUCK AT RIDING...HAHA.. AT LEAST I CAN LAUGH ABOUT IT NOW...JUST THINK THAT IS WHY I STOPPED RIDING MY SPORT BIKE... I DIDN'T WANT TO GET HURT...

THAT IS WHY I STOPPED RIDING MY SPORT BIKE... I DIDN'T WANT TO GET HURT...

been there, got hurt...

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