Todie's Wild Ride- 5 More Ways To Dump YOur Bike
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Thursday, 01 January 2009
Michigan, United States
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This coin is being released to help raise awareness of motorcycles on the roads.
This coin is in memory of Todie Phillips of Manitou Beach, MI. He passed away August 12 2008 as a result of a motorcycle accident, he was only 49 years old.
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5 MORE WAYS TO DUMP YOUR BIKE (Confessions from those who have done it)
1-Take an hour ride in 30 degree weather with no gloves, stop at a stop sign and pop the clutch when you start because you've lost feeling in your hands.
2- Putting your foot down at a toll booth on the thick layer of grease that builds up when cars stop.
3- Using too much power when you pull out of a greasy toll booth.
4- Ignoring the sand that builds up in the spring at the side of the road (in places where roads are sanded and salted in winter.)
5-Revving bike in impressive squidly fashion at red light, thinking it's in neutral; dropping clutch and standing in place while bike wheelies and backflips into intersection.
Riding safely is mostly a matter of knowledge and attitude, and riding safely doesn’t have to be boring. In fact, practicing safe techniques could add years of fun to your life.
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