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Picking up a downed or dropped
motorcycle properly.

Copyright 2018, R. Fleischer
http://bmwmotorcycletech.info/picking-up-a-downed-motorcycle.htm
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Dropped your bike?  Bike fell over?

If you drop the motorcycle, or it fell over, getting it back up is, or can be, difficult.   BikerChic blog used to have a video of a guy doing it his way, but the article/blog was highjacked, and is likely full of malware now, so I have eliminated the URL here.

"Skert" (Carol Youorski ) demonstrates good technique at many rallies.  Here is some information from SKERT, that in some ways is better than the BikerChick blog I noted above:  http://ibmwr.org/otech/pickup.html

SKERT's own website: http://www.pinkribbonrides.com/

Check the side-stand bushings, & check the stand for being straight, and check the holes in the stand, etc.


rev.
11-04-2013:  Revise, resize.
03/13/2016:  Update meta-codes, layout, fonts, clarify details, identify with an article number, reverse order, change title.
10/03/2016:  Update meta-codes, scripts, fix html errors.
02/19/2017:  Check link, yesterday and today, and add notes to the Bikerchick link.
03/25/2018:  Update and cleanup.  HTML, layout, fonts, colors.  Remove certain large parts of the side-stand section and put into FarleyBrown, etc., article, where it really belongs.  Remove link due to malware.  Remove some commentary because I think Skert does better than my explanations.

Copyright 2018, R. Fleischer

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