Posted 11/20/2017 4:40 PM (#95685 - in reply to #95681) Subject: Re: How not to ride a hack.
Location: Katowice, Silesia, Poland
Yes, a longer while. Peter Pan called me few days (or weeks..) ago. I live something lonley in the smallest village of Poland. Now I don't make new rigs(temporarily), I moved and at the moment i work as mechanician of older Russian military vechicles, starting at Ural and few UAZs, ending at T34 tank (not kidding). I got this movie from a friend, so I shared it with the most appropriate forum.
Posted 11/21/2017 9:16 AM (#95687 - in reply to #95681) Subject: Re: How not to ride a hack.
Location: San Isidro de Heredia, Costa Rica
exactly that video I put a week ago on the German rig forum when a specialist for 2 wheel accidents asked for help on a deadly rig accident. He couldn't imagine how a rig could "jump up" vertically on a Autobahn entrance.
I do, as a sugar beet send me into a harvested field on the left roadside once.
Yes, this video is an excellent collection of what not to do on a rig.
It was good to hear you again. I'll see if I can visit you the next occasion work calls me. as you live now much closer to my German clients. In spring I had the change to ride some of the forest roads down the Odra/Oder river towards the Baltic sea. In deed some of the villages seem to be stuck in 1900, that lonely they are. A rig is in my eyes the best form of transportation in those forest roads. On 2 wheels you feel a bit unhealthy in the deep sand in the middle of nowhere.
Tough work, but better heat with wood then coal like in Szcezin. Much healthier.
Posted 12/3/2017 11:14 PM (#95832 - in reply to #95681) Subject: RE: How not to ride a hack.
Location: Richton, MS
I have not been riding much lately because I was depressed about my last sidecar rally being such a failure. This video you posted has made me feel much better and now I want to ride more. It is not funny when people do such stupid things but I could not stop laughing at some of them. My life is very good very good compared to others. Thank you for making me think about it.