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Re: Pembrey Dates

Post by Jimbo04zx10r » Feb 11th, '19, 19:42

Hopefully I'll get out to onther track, however I have booked portimao for October if you fancy it.
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Re: Pembrey Dates

Post by Jimbo04zx10r » Mar 26th, '19, 19:10

Come on guys and gals who going to pembrey this year
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Re: Pembrey Dates

Post by menzies3032 » Mar 26th, '19, 20:30

Hi Jimbo just seen that Small Boys are supporting the 28th and 29th September at Pembrey. From the looks of it that’s the only weekend all year he is supporting at Pembrey. Not sure if I will do both days or just one but will defiantly be booking up for at least one of the days.
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Re: Pembrey Dates

Post by Jimbo04zx10r » Mar 26th, '19, 20:59

I probably wont do that one as I'll be getting ready to go to Portimao.
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Re: Pembrey Dates

Post by Bullet » Mar 28th, '19, 19:17

Portimaio for menis september staying in the tracks hotel. Will the teack warm for ya

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Re: Pembrey Dates

Post by Jimbo04zx10r » Mar 31st, '19, 20:32

1st track day of the year, couldn't ask for 2 better days, unfortunately it ended with a


EPIC HIGH SIDE :(( :((

Now in A&E with a massive ankle, very sore hip and backside, broke toe and a broken bone in my hand. Just goes to show wearing good quality gear save really injuries. My boot saved me from having a broken ankle, my leathers didn't wear through so got no road rash.

I had 2 epic sessions before I went skywards.

Bike not to bad, so far it looks like fairings, clock mount, crash bobbins, cam chain engine case so I think I got off very lightly.
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Re: Pembrey Dates

Post by Ruffian » Mar 31st, '19, 20:41

Jimbo04zx10r wrote:
Mar 31st, '19, 20:32
1st track day of the year, couldn't ask for 2 better days, unfortunately it ended with a


EPIC HIGH SIDE :(( :((

Now in A&E with a massive ankle, very sore hip and backside, broke toe and a broken bone in my hand. Just goes to show wearing good quality gear save really injuries. My boot saved me from having a broken ankle, my leathers didn't wear through so got no road rash.

I had 2 epic sessions before I went skywards.

Bike not to bad, so far it looks like fairings, clock mount, crash bobbins, cam chain engine case so I think I got off very lightly.
Bugger, not good Jimbo but could have been a lot worse.
Good quality gear is definately worth it's money when the time is needed.

Any ideas why it happened??
Sounds like the bike isn't too bad.
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Re: Pembrey Dates

Post by Jimbo04zx10r » Mar 31st, '19, 20:59

Ruffian wrote:
Mar 31st, '19, 20:41
Jimbo04zx10r wrote:
Mar 31st, '19, 20:32
1st track day of the year, couldn't ask for 2 better days, unfortunately it ended with a


EPIC HIGH SIDE :(( :((

Now in A&E with a massive ankle, very sore hip and backside, broke toe and a broken bone in my hand. Just goes to show wearing good quality gear save really injuries. My boot saved me from having a broken ankle, my leathers didn't wear through so got no road rash.

I had 2 epic sessions before I went skywards.

Bike not to bad, so far it looks like fairings, clock mount, crash bobbins, cam chain engine case so I think I got off very lightly.
Bugger, not good Jimbo but could have been a lot worse.
Good quality gear is definately worth it's money when the time is needed.

Any ideas why it happened??
Sounds like the bike isn't too bad.
Fingers crossed for a speedy recovery.
Yes mate I was very lucky not to brake collar bone as I got into a full superman.

Coming out of the old hairpin and got on the gas a bit early while still on full lean (well my full lean) and the rear wheel span up and sent me skywards
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Re: Pembrey Dates

Post by menzies3032 » Apr 1st, '19, 06:58

Jimbo so sorry to here the bad news, really not what you want as your starting your 2019 track day season. Sounding painful but also as you say could have been a lot worse.

Hope your feeling better soon :? :-s
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Re: Pembrey Dates

Post by julesh » Apr 1st, '19, 07:40

as long as your ok Jim that's all that matters, it was a bit of a red flag fest this weekend

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Re: Pembrey Dates

Post by Gaz82884 » Apr 1st, '19, 08:33

Pushing on jimbo..

sunny day, but cold in the shade and track temp was low. Think it tricked a lot of riders on the day..

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Re: Pembrey Dates

Post by billinom8s » Apr 1st, '19, 09:48

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Re: Pembrey Dates

Post by shammy666 » Apr 1st, '19, 12:40

Ouch! Get well soon.

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Re: Pembrey Dates

Post by Jimbo04zx10r » Apr 1st, '19, 16:19

Round 2 at A&E think I went back at it to fast and had a funny turn.

Listen to the doctors !!!!!
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Re: Pembrey Dates

Post by billinom8s » Apr 1st, '19, 17:29

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