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    Crazzzzyyyy Moto GP Crash....

    http://www.break.com/index/nasty-moto-gp-crash.html
    Damn right it's a Hawk GT

    #2
    at first im like thats not so bad

    and then i see him come out of the dust and whamm
    1988 & 1991 hawkgt, 2005 rc51

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      #3
      I saw that earlier today....glad to meet another break.com fan
      -NEVER LET YOUR FEARS STAND IN THE WAY OF YOUR DREAMS-
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        #4
        Sekiguchi Nr. 44 rider suffered a broken Pelvis, 3 broken ribs and a collapsed lung... Made it out of the hospital by tuesday I believe...

        Nasty crash though...
        1989 type I - F2 front end - Technoflex rear shock - K&N Filter - Dynojet kit - Braking Discs - Rizoma indicators - Rizoma mirrors - hiperform exhaust... hmmm what's next?!

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          #5
          Good thing he came out ok. he never had a chance to evade that slider...
          What was the start of all this?
          When did the cogs of my Hawk begin to turn?
          Perhaps it is impossible to grasp the answer now,
          from deep within the flow of time...

          But, for a certainty, back then,
          I loved it so much, yet hated so many.
          I hurt others and was hurt myself...

          Yet even then, I rode like the wind,
          whilst my laughter echoed
          under cerulean skies...

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            #6
            Ouch! what an unfortunate situation to find oneself in...
            '88 Hawk GT
            '89 Harley FXSTC
            2008 Yamaha V-Star 1300 tourer

            http://www.hawkgtforum.com/viewtopic.php?t=948

            "...my performance ain't perfect, but its loud, and its fast..." -Widespread Panic

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              #7
              Just to clarify, it was Marco Simoncelli #58 who crashed first, then Taro Sekiguchi came through Marco's dust cloud, hit his bike and flipped. By all accounts Taro came away relatively unhurt, considering the spectacle.

              Simoncelli has a long running affliction of falling down disease. He can't seem to keep a bike right way up through a weekend, much less a 50 minute race. Over the last four years, he's crashed out of a full season's worth of races. A few years ago on the way home from the Donington GP, I saw him and his team at a motorway service station, and I kicked myself for not inviting him to follow us back for a home cooked meal. I'm glad I didn't now, I can't imagine what kind of bad juju he might have left hanging around...

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                #8
                Originally Posted by SkinnE
                Just to clarify, it was Marco Simoncelli #58 who crashed first, then Taro Sekiguchi came through Marco's dust cloud, hit his bike and flipped. By all accounts Taro came away relatively unhurt, considering the spectacle.

                Simoncelli has a long running affliction of falling down disease. He can't seem to keep a bike right way up through a weekend, much less a 50 minute race. Over the last four years, he's crashed out of a full season's worth of races. A few years ago on the way home from the Donington GP, I saw him and his team at a motorway service station, and I kicked myself for not inviting him to follow us back for a home cooked meal. I'm glad I didn't now, I can't imagine what kind of bad juju he might have left hanging around...
                A kinda Haga guy, is he?

                the type that goes really fast but is doomed to end up arse over tits in the wall.
                What was the start of all this?
                When did the cogs of my Hawk begin to turn?
                Perhaps it is impossible to grasp the answer now,
                from deep within the flow of time...

                But, for a certainty, back then,
                I loved it so much, yet hated so many.
                I hurt others and was hurt myself...

                Yet even then, I rode like the wind,
                whilst my laughter echoed
                under cerulean skies...

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                  #9
                  btw: Japanese bikers are pretty skilled if you this one doing his thing:

                  http://www.motormeuk.nl/bekijken/245...aait-door.html

                  I mean, really. that`s just sick
                  What was the start of all this?
                  When did the cogs of my Hawk begin to turn?
                  Perhaps it is impossible to grasp the answer now,
                  from deep within the flow of time...

                  But, for a certainty, back then,
                  I loved it so much, yet hated so many.
                  I hurt others and was hurt myself...

                  Yet even then, I rode like the wind,
                  whilst my laughter echoed
                  under cerulean skies...

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                    #10
                    Originally Posted by Dash
                    btw: Japanese bikers are pretty skilled if you this one doing his thing:

                    http://www.motormeuk.nl/bekijken/245...aait-door.html

                    I mean, really. that`s just sick
                    1989 type I - F2 front end - Technoflex rear shock - K&N Filter - Dynojet kit - Braking Discs - Rizoma indicators - Rizoma mirrors - hiperform exhaust... hmmm what's next?!

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                      #11
                      Originally Posted by Dash
                      btw: Japanese bikers are pretty skilled if you this one doing his thing:

                      http://www.motormeuk.nl/bekijken/245...aait-door.html

                      I mean, really. that`s just sick
                      I LOVE this video!! It was one of the first things I saw when I got my hawk and was researching. Thats a Hawk cousin, NC something right?

                      Kinda makes you want to set up some cones in a parking lot eh?

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                        #12
                        Originally Posted by LeftRightLeftThrottle
                        Originally Posted by Dash
                        btw: Japanese bikers are pretty skilled if you this one doing his thing:

                        http://www.motormeuk.nl/bekijken/245...aait-door.html

                        I mean, really. that`s just sick
                        I LOVE this video!! It was one of the first things I saw when I got my hawk and was researching. Thats a Hawk cousin, NC something right?

                        Kinda makes you want to set up some cones in a parking lot eh?
                        It`s a VFR400. and it`s in Japan. Cant you hear the commentary? "kowaiio" etc. ("that looks scary")

                        the japanese police train these kinds of things also. it`s really amazing how they handle those bikes.
                        What was the start of all this?
                        When did the cogs of my Hawk begin to turn?
                        Perhaps it is impossible to grasp the answer now,
                        from deep within the flow of time...

                        But, for a certainty, back then,
                        I loved it so much, yet hated so many.
                        I hurt others and was hurt myself...

                        Yet even then, I rode like the wind,
                        whilst my laughter echoed
                        under cerulean skies...

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                          #13
                          Man that makes me want to go find an empty parkinglot to set up some pylons and play!
                          There are three kinds of people in this world, those who can count, and those who can't.

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                            #14
                            Originally Posted by wainair
                            Man that makes me want to go find an empty parkinglot to set up some pylons and play!
                            me too. problem is tipping over. I don`t want my hawk kissing the concrete.

                            If I had an old I-really-don`t-care-what-happens-to-it bike I`d be screwing around already
                            What was the start of all this?
                            When did the cogs of my Hawk begin to turn?
                            Perhaps it is impossible to grasp the answer now,
                            from deep within the flow of time...

                            But, for a certainty, back then,
                            I loved it so much, yet hated so many.
                            I hurt others and was hurt myself...

                            Yet even then, I rode like the wind,
                            whilst my laughter echoed
                            under cerulean skies...

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                              #15
                              I have gone to a parking lot and played with my gsxr..... that was when I 1st got it. but didnt do any thing to the point of the what they did. IT WAS FUN!!
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                              http://bikepics.com/members/deadlego/p2/

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