same here i always check over my shoulder tooWes said:I always physically look over my shoulder......I do the same when driving... to many blind spots
Same Here, Just white snow!afcop97 said:Does anyone else have issues with embedded videos? When I hit play it's like the whitewash out. I can tell a video is playing, but can't see it clearly. When they're linked to youtube they work fine.
Great thing about forums is we can discuss and disagree. The theory (general speaking) also applies to the capacity (physical and mental) and ability to adapt to survive. NOT checking checking your mirrors and quickly darting across two lanes of traffic regardless of what you are operating is recipe for injury and possible death. Riding a motorcycle or similar bike on a highway with cars and trucks that weigh many time more only amplifies the need for higher situational awareness, caution and skill in order to survive. Somehow this rider has made it that long and did not apply those mental skills and awareness. IMHO of course. That being said I am glad that according to the video the rider was able to get up and survive. It's probably a guess (at least hope) he will learn and adapt by checking his mirrors or look over his shoulder when he finally recovers. If not.... Darwin's rule will apply.MY said:That had nothing to do with not using your mirrors or blind spots. That had to do with one plan STUPID rider, who just doesn't know how to ride.