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  1. duccmann

    duccmann Member

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    KEAGER... that's exactly what I was just going to type..... there's a video on YouTube showing exactly how to do it.... I remember seeing it Jay Leno Show on it showed a girls she's like a hundred pounds and she picked up a Harley that way so yeah you don't fuck up your back or anything
     
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    I guess then if ya dump on the left side ya just call Moe's Tows. Then again maybe a both sides side stand would work.
     
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    I was on the left side. I think I could have righted the bike with that techniques but like I said, I was a bit tired from the ride. I am sure what I need is a bit of strength training and not so much sitting at my desk.
     
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    You're just lucky it was in gear allready, try picking one up from the left side drop on an incline when it's in neutral, soon as you get off hard parts and back onto tires the bike keeps going down hill, ask me how I know!!!
     
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