British Man on Motorbike Hits Dog on Banlung-Sen Monorum Road Near Lumphat, Cambodia

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Re: British Man on Motorbike Hits Dog on Banlung-Sen Monorum Road Near Lumphat, Cambodia

Post by Bertros » Sat Oct 08, 2016 5:12 pm

Sailorman wrote:In 1993/'94 I took a new Harley, Singapore-Malaysia-Thailand for 5 months. My biggest fear was the dogs on the road. Even with a big bike, hitting one of those mongrels can get you injured or killed. I did have an overloaded sugar cane truck turn in front of me and a bus driver try to run me off the road, but big bike brakes in the first and lot of HP for a get away in the second saved us.

BTW/ I had heavy riding boots, motorcycle jacket, leather gloves and pants with double fabric knees. (and DOT approved helmet.)

and the chaps?

you know, were they....?

do tell!

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Bertros :hattip:
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Re: British Man on Motorbike Hits Dog on Banlung-Sen Monorum Road Near Lumphat, Cambodia

Post by Sailorman » Sun Oct 09, 2016 8:21 am

I took the chance of no chaps as they would have been too hot. Pants with an extra layer of fabric in the knees and butt.
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