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A delivery date would be handy right now.

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Sat on my Harley in Cheddar gorge Somerset when the camper van in front decides he will reverse over the front of the bike, both my pillion and I are unscathed and the bike was rideable once the front mudguard had been lifted off the tyre. crash bars worked a treat but still quite a bit of cosmetic damage but lucky enough to have quite a few witnesses who gave statements so insurance claim should be straight forward but getting the work done usually takes the time.
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I'm speechless. I'm amazed how some people are allowed on the road.

Hope you are both ok and that things get sorted quickly:)
Thanks El Toro I have been riding for over 30 years with no major accidents until last October when a car pulled out on my CBF1000 resulting in a few broken bones, must admit it did knock my confidence a little and now the buggers are trying to squash me when I'm sat in traffic.
I am coming off of my first accident (Jan 19, 2015) as well. It took 4 months for them to sort out the parts for my First Run Scout, but I got the call this Saturday that it is "done." They are still waiting on a genuine shifter piece, but they were able to get an equivalent part to work until the genuine part comes in.

I am nervous as hell. I had a little girl pull out in front of me making a left across 2 lanes and a median. Stupid girl. Never even saw me. I thought she had because she rolled up to the stop sign and hesitated. Then she went for it. The result was a shattered left foot and a lawsuit against her insurance co. I am in the beginning stages of all of that and in a whole heap of debt. I was in a boot for 3 months and am about 2 or so weeks back putting two shoes on again.

Good luck with your insurance claim. I hope it goes way better than mine!
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