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So lucky ah that rider got a kind soul that chance upon this, there are people who would ride it off, do chop shop, sell etc.

 

rider should always look out for other riders mah :D

and this is not the first time i found keys/cashcards on bikes liao. managed to return all of them to their owners or hide them away from public's sight

u need to be young and reckless to become old and wise..... if u survive :angel:

 

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went to bugis junction to do some shopping yest. when i went to collect my bike, i realise the vespa parking beside me left his keys at the keyhole dat unlocks the seat. took the keys and left it inside his helmet which is less obvious.

 

that is kind of u. it happened to me b4 @ ps, i was frantic and didn't noe where my key was.. traced my steps long long long time, finally found it in my helmet. but was grateful nonetheless.

 

would like to thank the other rider as well!

 

rider should always look out for other riders mah :D

and this is not the first time i found keys/cashcards on bikes liao. managed to return all of them to their owners or hide them away from public's sight

 

be careful of cashcards! heard of the guy who touched a rider's iu unit, who got electrocuted and died? some ppl purposely left their cashcards there to "lure" the previous thief out. serious.

Be Safe & Wreckless

 

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rider should always look out for other riders mah :D

and this is not the first time i found keys/cashcards on bikes liao. managed to return all of them to their owners or hide them away from public's sight

 

I'm not that lucky, some mofo stole my cheapo $30 helmet with scratches all over due to prev accidents, sommore haven wash for a long time.

 

No choice ah, I wasn't gonna go take cab back.

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be careful of cashcards! heard of the guy who touched a rider's iu unit, who got electrocuted and died? some ppl purposely left their cashcards there to "lure" the previous thief out. serious.

 

i tot that was an urban legend??? i read that thread long time back but no updates and no news lol

u need to be young and reckless to become old and wise..... if u survive :angel:

 

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i tot that was an urban legend??? i read that thread long time back but no updates and no news lol

 

:lol: it might be..

 

 

 

Yday while riding...

 

was riding at 70kph on bke lane 1 coz traffic was heavy, but i had 2 bodyguards protecting me - thanks to the guidance of Hazard Oriented Vision (HOV). :smile:

 

while walking back from mscp, saw a rider having a heated argument with his gf and he threw his helmet onto the ground.. heng not unto the gal. hope he take public transport after that.

Be Safe & Wreckless

 

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while riding this morning, i ran over a juvenile rat.

 

had to clean my tires and radiator from the rat muck. nice way to start my Friday =S

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let's welcome our very own PARKING IDIOTS!

 

located 4 at goldkist resorts @ ECP last night.. took up the whole void area and handlebar locked their bikes. gave me quite a bit of trouble to reverse out via non-conventional methods. :sian:

 

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FT1383L and FBF2913Y..

 

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FBE6579H and FBA7561Y..

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I saw a FV plate wave buanged right in front of me and my group towards Yishun aka Seletar Dam from Jalan Kayu direction. The last traffic light turning left, lotsa sand on the ground! Watch out

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let's welcome our very own PARKING IDIOTS!

 

located 4 at goldkist resorts @ ECP last night.. took up the whole void area and handlebar locked their bikes. gave me quite a bit of trouble to reverse out via non-conventional methods. :sian:

 

http://a2.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/284104_10150238302100954_644375953_7514705_1076050_n.jpg

 

FT1383L and FBF2913Y..

 

http://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/281972_10150238300965954_644375953_7514693_1517879_n.jpg

 

FBE6579H and FBA7561Y..

 

Should drag their bikes out then leave it there.

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let's welcome our very own PARKING IDIOTS!

 

located 4 at goldkist resorts @ ECP last night.. took up the whole void area and handlebar locked their bikes. gave me quite a bit of trouble to reverse out via non-conventional methods. :sian:

 

http://a2.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/284104_10150238302100954_644375953_7514705_1076050_n.jpg

 

FT1383L and FBF2913Y..

 

http://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/281972_10150238300965954_644375953_7514693_1517879_n.jpg

 

FBE6579H and FBA7561Y..

 

Should drag their bikes out then leave it there.

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Should drag their bikes out then leave it there.

 

if the weather wasn't about to pour, i will definitely do that.. leave their bikes in the middle of the carpark and let other motorist curse and swear at them.

 

OR let the bike topple! :angel:

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Yesterday while staying at home, my dad came back and said outside our carpark got very bad accident.

 

3 Bikes crashed into each other.

Looks like 1 bike coming out of the carpark got knocked side on by the other 2 bikes.

 

1 of the riders (Chinese) may not make it, helmet fly off, head bleeding profusely, unconcious. :weep:

2 other riders (Indian) also badly injuried. :(

Debris from the bikes scattered all over the road.

 

Hope all 3 make it. :pray:

 

Take care while riding toward the Yishun dam from Lentor guys, over after the Orchid Country Club that stretch now undergoing construction, got hidden exits to carpark after the hoarding (Painted Zinc sheet fence) Stay center lane whenever possible and go slow.

Motorcyclist are the nicest people on the road, try not to kill us.

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Going to bike shop, major junction, turning right and its a big ass turn. I stick to lane, stupid driver was actually behind me on the other lane in the turn so I wasn't in stupid driver's blind spot, stupid driver slowly want to merge into my lane because impatient got bus in front.

 

Luckily I was expecting the stupid driver was gonna do so and slowed down because encountered so many of these stupid drivers before, horn the *******, he look behind the quickly drive forward and tailgate another car.

 

Bikes crashed into each other.

Looks like 1 bike coming out of the carpark got knocked side on by the other 2 bikes.

 

Carpark also want to ride fast, go track don't want.

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wearing riding boots to work is my usual practice as my route to work is long and mostly on expressways. but Friday being a dress-down day, i wore my sneakers instead..

 

and this happened on last Friday evening, light drizzle for almost the whole day, road was still damp which resulted in jams everywhere..

 

decided to take a detour via CBD, pay abit more for ERP to 'siam' the jam, HOPEFULLY..

 

and when i was on 2nd lane at the junction in front of international building, 2 junctions before CPF building.. light was RED..

 

lane 1 is turning lane into singapore conference hall side, not for going straight..

 

and was the lights turn green, i moved off without much commotions. until i heard a car doing high rev coming up CLOSE from my right(lane 1).

 

there was a bus on lane 1 trying to turn right, so the car couldn't have the chance to go straight and have to forcefully filter out to my lane.

 

i saw it coming, and definitely HE saw me on lane 2.

 

tapped my horn signalling that I'm there.. got ignored and still trying to force his way through.. HOLD ON TO MY HORN FOR DEAR LIFE~!

 

the car continue to inch close, i die die wan to hold my ground and when the car was near enough.. 1 kick to his passenger side door was all it take for the bugger to turn back into his lane.

 

it's a dangerous move, do not try to imitate unless you are sure that the surroundings are clear and you have enough room to swerve out of danger if need! :angel:

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wearing riding boots to work is my usual practice as my route to work is long and mostly on expressways. but Friday being a dress-down day, i wore my sneakers instead..

 

the car continue to inch close, i die die wan to hold my ground and when the car was near enough.. 1 kick to his passenger side door was all it take for the bugger to turn back into his lane.

 

 

Nice one bro. To let them know we riders aint their meals every single day. The driver was very lucky though. If you have worn your riding boots, he will have something on his car to be reminded of his f foolish and reckless act for a long time.

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Nice one bro. To let them know we riders aint their meals every single day. The driver was very lucky though. If you have worn your riding boots, he will have something on his car to be reminded of his f foolish and reckless act for a long time.

 

it was a calculated risk though, but what the heck! the moment you are on the bike, you are at risk already!

 

it was an altis, so i'm pretty sure the door might have minor dents already.

 

best part about kicking the doors, insurance wouldn't be able to step in as there wasn't any vehicle contact. :angel:

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it was a calculated risk though, but what the heck! the moment you are on the bike, you are at risk already!

 

it was an altis, so i'm pretty sure the door might have minor dents already.

 

best part about kicking the doors, insurance wouldn't be able to step in as there wasn't any vehicle contact. :angel:

 

:lol::lol::lol:

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Guys riding toward Tuas, beware of this bus. Its this company bus that I take driven by this stupid old man. For some stupid reason, he drives freaking slow on AYE. When vehicle infront him got great follow distance and is going quite slow on the extreme left, he like to tail gate. When you stop, he go super close until left few cm, then he start to use his horn. So pls keep a look out, its a Woodlands Transport bus with that woodlands transport logo. Have a white piece along the top of the windscreen.

 

Everyday see him drive, 8/10 days he does that. Even when its heavy traffic and so the car in front lazy to keep short following distance.

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wearing riding boots to work is my usual practice as my route to work is long and mostly on expressways. but Friday being a dress-down day, i wore my sneakers instead..

 

and this happened on last Friday evening, light drizzle for almost the whole day, road was still damp which resulted in jams everywhere..

 

decided to take a detour via CBD, pay abit more for ERP to 'siam' the jam, HOPEFULLY..

 

and when i was on 2nd lane at the junction in front of international building, 2 junctions before CPF building.. light was RED..

 

lane 1 is turning lane into singapore conference hall side, not for going straight..

 

and was the lights turn green, i moved off without much commotions. until i heard a car doing high rev coming up CLOSE from my right(lane 1).

 

there was a bus on lane 1 trying to turn right, so the car couldn't have the chance to go straight and have to forcefully filter out to my lane.

 

i saw it coming, and definitely HE saw me on lane 2.

 

tapped my horn signalling that I'm there.. got ignored and still trying to force his way through.. HOLD ON TO MY HORN FOR DEAR LIFE~!

 

the car continue to inch close, i die die wan to hold my ground and when the car was near enough.. 1 kick to his passenger side door was all it take for the bugger to turn back into his lane.

 

it's a dangerous move, do not try to imitate unless you are sure that the surroundings are clear and you have enough room to swerve out of danger if need! :angel:

 

well done.. i did something like that before. but i didnt kick.. i let my pelican side boxes do the talk.. :angel:

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