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1 those moments on Thu Aug 13, 2015 4:21 pm

obalanga

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I am sure everyone has had these moments hopefully not too often. Your are riding along and out of no where you see a potential severe hazard developing. instinctively you hit the hazards and begin evasive maneuvers. A full two seconds afterwards ( an eternity on the saddle) everyone around starts to respond. Then they are an even bigger hazard to you. I only wish I'd had my camera on as I would have loved to review my actions and see if i could have done anything better.

2 Re: those moments on Wed Aug 19, 2015 8:03 pm

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Always the same mate. It's bad enough in the car never mind on the bike Shocked Shocked

3 Re: those moments on Wed Aug 19, 2015 8:15 pm

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I wouldn't bother with hazard warning lights on a bike half the blind feckers can't see the bike never mind the indicators. either try to get past or get of the road and don't turn your back to the traffic .

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