Yep, fuckin hate squats but they've definitely helped me here lolol. :hail:Bruh! i just did the same shit outside of my apartment.
All i could think was thank god ive been hittin the gym lately.
Yep. Say bye-bye to the Gold Wing when you're as low as I got my bike in my video.Glad you saved it.
Try that with a goldwing. OMG I pulled a muscle.
So what kind of weights does one have to work up to for a goldwing.
What do you mean the middle? I always keep it sticking so people see the bike as they are driving through the main path looking for a spot.So you're the guy that parks in the middle of the parking spot.
That's good to hear.Nice save. I wouldn't worry about bending anything.
Your theory is a bit contradicting and has more con's than pro's in my eyes. The last thing I want is some kid, old, or short person glancing short out of the window before getting out of their car, not seeing anything in sight, and opening their door all the way and hitting my bike. Have you ever thought of that? At least I have the bigger safe zone from their doors, and more vision from both of the cars beside me their window. You're more safe in the center.I park my bike near the front of the spot for similar reasons as you. I don't want someone cranking into what they think is an empty spot and risk hitting my bike. Also, I don't want to trick drivers into seeing an empty spot when no empty spot exists.
I don't park it in the center of the spot so that fellow bikers can:
a. Share my spot.
b. Share my spot without damaging my bike. The last thing I want is for some Harley dude to try to fit through a small spot if I'm parked in the center. Others say that they park in the center to discourage this, but I don't think it works that way.
Maybe it's different down south, but here up north unless your bike is in the center, it's in the swing-zone for a car door. And here if people see that bit of extra space a bike provides, have no problem letting that big SUV door fly open.I don't park it on the line. I park it with enough space so that a car door won't ding me but still allow room for another bike to park without blocking me in or potentially dinging my bike. When I see a bike parked in the center, I pull in anyway. I'm careful not to block anyone in or ding their bike (because I don't want to ding my bike).
I've seen plenty of parking spots where 3 or 4 bikes are parked with so little room to allow the first guy that parked leave for the day. Parking in the middle contributes to that situation.
What's you're reasoning lol? Why don't I park backwards?Why you park backwards?
Might want to divert some of that gym time to be "kickstand operation training" time...