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CaptCrash
Male Advanced Member
744 Posts
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Nampa, ID
USA

Honda

Phantom

Posted - 07/03/2016 :  12:40 PM                       Like
When they recycle asphalt things can get interesting...


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s1aTNhHShSg

gymnast
Moderator
4263 Posts
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Meridian, Idaho
USA

Harley-Davidson

Sportster Sport

Posted - 07/03/2016 :  6:37 PM
No advantage in fighting it, best to just slow down and go with the flow. Looks like you had a bit of a very light rain to help cool things down.
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Mikeydude
Male Advanced Member
741 Posts
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Ft. Worth, Texas
USA

Harley-Davidson

03 FXD Super Glide

Posted - 07/08/2016 :  2:24 PM
That stuff used to really worry me till I came upon about 11 miles of it on the interstate one afternoon. The handlebars danced around quite a bit but I finally realized that the bike was still going straight and I was able to relax my shoulders. I try to stay away from the deep gouges that can be hidden in it, and I focus on staying relaxed and let the bike do what it does. I don't make any quick moves and stay light on input changes and I do alright.

Great video...
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UtahRider
Male Starting Member
2 Posts


Herriman, UT
USA

Suzuki

DL650 V-Strom

Posted - 07/17/2016 :  9:05 AM
Another awesome video of a real life situation.
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