Crash/Engine bars are worth their weight

S10Aus

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Screenshot_20191206-221616.png So this happened this morning on my way to work, little old lady turned into me from the opposite side of the road.
Bloody lucky, just some scrapes and paint on the bars and and a bruised top of my foot! Not bent at all. Her headlight/turn signal smashed to bits and a dented fender - all from my crash bar.....
Poor little lady was more worried about me and me about her......
Alls well that ends well
 

gv550

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I’m glad you weren't hurt.
Here is a photo of my Givi engine guard after a tumble on a rocky trail 2 weeks ago. No damage to the bike itself but big pain in the leg for me, got checked out at ER (nothing broken) but I’m still limping around and sporting a large colourful bruise. 8A0F1004-9892-42AF-AD81-7A98FCCA9C38.jpeg
 

Sierra1

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….Poor little lady was more worried about me and me about her......
That's refreshing. Nowadays most people get out and blame you for their error(s).

….but I’m still limping around and sporting a large colourful bruise.
That's 'cuz we're not young anymore. Glad to hear that's the extent of your injuries though.
 
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