Heal up quick. Depending on how much you drank, four hours is not enough time for your body to rid itself of the alcohol in your system... You may want to look at taking it to the track and backing off on how hard you push on the street!
You sir are an absolute idiot. Sell the bike. Less people like you on the road the better
Guys take it easy. people make mistakes and fortunately it was just him and not anyone else. Imagine if it was you. I agree that he could have used better judgement but to call him names, totally uncalled for.
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Thanks guys for the wishes! I knew i made a big mistake that's why i put up this thread, so that hopefully it serves as a lesson to stop people from being as stupid as i was.
Almost two weeks in, shoulder is slightly better & i'm already starting to miss riding! Already had an argument with the wife when i hinted the slight possibility of getting another bike in the future! I guess time will tell but i don't think we can give up on motorcycling that easily!