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[b]What is the smallest object that has knocked you down in a corner?[b]

This question was suggested by photobug. Thanks for another great question!

I haven't had anything knock me down, but I think sand would definitely do it and that's pretty small!


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I believe the smallest object that ever knocked me down was a 34b. Other than that umm..... nope nothing else that I can think of.

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Uhhhh.....how small is oil???
(Darn stuff was all gathered together,in a bunch(??),on the road,waiting for me on a corner!! )

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Does nothing count?

Oh crap, knock on wood.

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It would be sand for me in the corners. On the straights I believe she stood about 5'1, a real knock out.

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Watch out for new side walks.New side walks usually mean new new aprons on driveways, lot entrances,etc.I was turning into the mall and hit about a 3 1/2" square bump.Got a new bike out of it, shoulder still hurts when it rains.
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Originally posted by Yello Draggin
I believe the smallest object that ever knocked me down was a 34b. Other than that umm..... nope nothing else that I can think of.
Damn!, you must be skin and bones, cause it takes at least a 36C to knock me on my butt

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1st time - it was little old lady's, left front fender.
2nd time - cold tires
3rd time - asshole Honda rider trying to keep up with the group.

So far that is it. Knock on wood.

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