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Re: Watched my husband wreck

Postby monica » Sat Feb 18, 2017 6:49 pm

:)
You'll both get better and better about what to look for, how to handle stuff. You'll do fine.
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Re: Watched my husband wreck

Postby Kitkat74 » Mon Feb 20, 2017 10:14 am

The thing is, he's been riding for years and still went down. I know it can happen regardless of how many years you have behind you but to actually see it was an eye opener. In any case, we'll get back on and if anything, this hiatus from riding gives us the opportunity to do the work to the bikes that we want to...bigger tank and new paint for me and new paint for him. So I guess there's a bright side to it.
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Re: Watched my husband wreck

Postby cody7626 » Tue Feb 21, 2017 7:33 am

Kitkat, that had to be extremely scary. When I had my "incident" on my bike, I treated it as I have done when I have had an incident while riding my horse - baby steps. Do what feels comfortable and a bit more and each day you find yourself doing more and then you don't even realize it, but you get back to where you were.

Good Luck and keep talking about it and through it - that helps too.
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