2016 ShagzWife 0mph tip-over counter

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2016 ShagzWife 0mph tip-over counter

Postby shagzomatic » Thu May 05, 2016 10:40 am

I post this only because she herself suggested it. :fact: :lol:


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Re: 2016 ShagzWife 0mph tip-over counter

Postby Gre8one7 » Thu May 05, 2016 10:57 am

I think Bart would make it 1.5 lol
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Re: 2016 ShagzWife 0mph tip-over counter

Postby shagzomatic » Thu May 05, 2016 11:03 am

Gre8one7 wrote:I think Bart would make it 1.5 lol


:lol: Hey I ninja-saved that shit, it doesn't count if it doesn't hit the ground, right? :rofl:
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Postby TLSR381 » Thu May 05, 2016 11:37 am

Oh geez. Yeah - of COURSE I had to do that in front of Bart. If it was just Gre8one7 I wouldn't care, but Bart is someone I look up to! :crash:
Definitely practicing putting the SV into the chock before BHF.
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Re: 2016 ShagzWife 0mph tip-over counter

Postby Sportbiker » Mon May 09, 2016 10:12 pm

I read the thread title and thought, "he must be sleeping in the garage." If it makes you feel better I can keep a ground counter too.
Shitty planning on your part does not constitute an emergency on mine.

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Re: 2016 ShagzWife 0mph tip-over counter

Postby shagzomatic » Thu May 19, 2016 11:36 am

The counter has been updated...she's 2 for 2 on events so far. :crash:
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Re: 2016 ShagzWife 0mph tip-over counter

Postby TLSR381 » Thu May 19, 2016 11:39 am

Did great all day - until we lined up in pit out for the last session of the day. I was ready to land on my left, but the bike went slightly too far to the right...directly into a student. Luckily I was most of the way away from him. His engine case cracked my wind screen, and my fairing stay is bent, but his bike was fine. Whew. Maybe I wasn't paying enough attention, and just expected it to come over to the left? :dunno: Did okay coming into our pit area otherwise for the rest of the day. If I didn't feel confident, I stopped where I did...it was very important to not hit shagz's bike. :thumbup:

Feel a little like a :dunce: , but I'll get over it. Definitely feeling more comfortable though.
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Re: 2016 ShagzWife 0mph tip-over counter

Postby shagzomatic » Mon May 23, 2016 9:35 pm

Well, the 0mph counter is holding at 2 after our third track event of the year....the non-0mph-counter is another story, though. :whistle:


Anyway, many of you have probably heard by now, but she lowsided in the grass off the exit of turn 1 at Blackhawk during the lightweight supersport race Sunday. She's fine, nothing's broken, just a little banged up and bruised. Bike looks to be minor fixes, other than a bent rear rim and punctured rear tire (thanks for putting in those huge wedge curbs outside of turn 1, Blackhawk! :evil:).
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Re: 2016 ShagzWife 0mph tip-over counter

Postby TLSR381 » Tue Jul 12, 2016 1:42 pm

#3 was luckily in the grass at Blackhawk. I tried to stop a little bit back from my pit, so that someone could move something in my way, but stopped on a slight hill and the bike leaned right, instead of left like I had prepared for. *sigh*

Road America was all clear...upright the whole time! LOL
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Re: 2016 ShagzWife 0mph tip-over counter

Postby Sportbiker » Mon Jul 18, 2016 8:37 pm

My bike tried to dump itself the last week or so. One of two bolts holding the kickstand rattled loose and off! Decided it was a good place for loctite.
Shitty planning on your part does not constitute an emergency on mine.

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