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07-04-2019 07:07 AM
Steve Bill Bailey Thanks Guys & Lady for a great weekend, all ready looking forward to next year with the rebuilt 12.
06-20-2019 07:13 AM
ninjayorkie Today I finally got round to looking at my rear right indicator which I noticed had water on the inside after the ride down in the rain on the friday.
I shouldn't have left it so long as it was starting to rust up on the inside, I was surprised how much water was in there. Still, I stripped and cleaned it out and moved the earth wire to the top so if it happens again the earth wire won't be sat in the water. The others were ok.
06-18-2019 05:07 AM
Dave Smith Another great weekend. Thanks to everyone again for all the help.
(Just had to sign in again on here as I'd forgotten my details)
06-11-2019 03:32 AM
AFKAN Just wanted to say an absolutely mahoosive thank you to Mike for organising it again

You're an utter legend chap, yet again I've had an outstanding weekend with an epic bunch of people.

Also thanks to Wendy for the quiz another proper laugh

Got utterly soaked getting there, but I wouldn't miss it for the world

I laughed so much over the weekend, you're all fantastic bunch of people to spend time with

See you all next year
06-06-2019 09:48 AM
Sask
Quote:
Originally Posted by ninjayorkie View Post
Are you doing a Quiz mike? or anyone else? as I'm not this year. Do people want a quiz?
I believe Wendy is doing the quiz this year.


Quote:
Originally Posted by Steve Bill Bailey View Post
Sorry for the lack of info on my accident, these are the basics.

Feb 14th AM - A4 between Maidenhead and Slough, woman pulls out of her drive and into the side of me.

Injuries to the 12R
Shattered tank cover
Broken LHS foot peg hanger
Slight grazing to top fairing and tail piece (side fairing was removed the weekend before for cleaning/servicing)
Damaged LHS engine cover

Injuries to me
6 Broken ribs (4 with multiple fractures, 2 with displaced fractures) 3 days in hospital.
Damaged left knee.
A number of grazes
Slight whiplash from head hitting the tarmac.

To add insult to injury, 3 weeks later i suffered a heart attack, 3 stents fitted with another 2 to be fitted on the 14th May.
As i was only TPF&T (forgot to upgrade to fully comp at renewal) and the 3rd party has not yet admitted liability i have not been paid out on the 12R.
I had to buy another bike (2009 ZZR1400), further insult to injury, i cant use my NCB on the new bike and as i have a claim going through, it's treated as my fault, so basically starting from scratch.
New bike insurance £1850

So this stupid, blind women, who's car only suffered a broken front number plate, has cost me the following.
New bike - £5250
Insurance - £1850
New helmet - £700
New boots - £250
New jacket - £200
Lost earnings - A few thousand.

I will buy back the 12R and get it back on the road.
Bloody hell mate, sounds like you've been through it.
06-05-2019 01:24 AM
lemon31 wow seem that it will so have fun
06-04-2019 12:17 AM
Steve Bill Bailey
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Originally Posted by AFKAN View Post
If it's honking it down, do we want to meet in the services?
Play it by ear, if it's not to bad meet at the pumps, if it's chucking it down meet inside, if it's snowing, meet on the slopes.
06-03-2019 01:26 AM
AFKAN If it's honking it down, do we want to meet in the services?
06-01-2019 10:40 AM
redwon
Quote:
Originally Posted by Steve Bill Bailey View Post
I've Facebooked PM Graham and we agreed 3pm (ish) on the Friday
Ok Steve see you at Reading services 3 pm by the petrol station.
05-29-2019 02:07 AM
Steve Bill Bailey
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Originally Posted by redwon View Post
yes I will be.
I've Facebooked PM Graham and we agreed 3pm (ish) on the Friday
05-24-2019 11:27 AM
redwon yes I will be.
05-21-2019 04:40 AM
Steve Bill Bailey Anyone meeting at the Reading M4 services this year.
05-14-2019 11:44 PM
Mike1000
Quote:
Originally Posted by ninjayorkie View Post
Are you doing a Quiz mike? or anyone else? as I'm not this year. Do people want a quiz?
Hi mate

I wasn't planning on doing one..... If anyone else wants to they are more than welcome
05-09-2019 11:08 AM
ciderking Shit thats a tough break. My advice is get yourself a good solicitor that specializes in bike accidents. As soon as its sorted the insurance company have to refund you that money and at least you're alive to tell the tale.

Hope the recovery goes well

Tim
05-07-2019 02:49 AM
Steve Bill Bailey Sorry for the lack of info on my accident, these are the basics.

Feb 14th AM - A4 between Maidenhead and Slough, woman pulls out of her drive and into the side of me.

Injuries to the 12R
Shattered tank cover
Broken LHS foot peg hanger
Slight grazing to top fairing and tail piece (side fairing was removed the weekend before for cleaning/servicing)
Damaged LHS engine cover

Injuries to me
6 Broken ribs (4 with multiple fractures, 2 with displaced fractures) 3 days in hospital.
Damaged left knee.
A number of grazes
Slight whiplash from head hitting the tarmac.

To add insult to injury, 3 weeks later i suffered a heart attack, 3 stents fitted with another 2 to be fitted on the 14th May.
As i was only TPF&T (forgot to upgrade to fully comp at renewal) and the 3rd party has not yet admitted liability i have not been paid out on the 12R.
I had to buy another bike (2009 ZZR1400), further insult to injury, i cant use my NCB on the new bike and as i have a claim going through, it's treated as my fault, so basically starting from scratch.
New bike insurance £1850

So this stupid, blind women, who's car only suffered a broken front number plate, has cost me the following.
New bike - £5250
Insurance - £1850
New helmet - £700
New boots - £250
New jacket - £200
Lost earnings - A few thousand.

I will buy back the 12R and get it back on the road.
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