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Loading a motorcycle onto a Sailboat..

..the hard way

Motorcycle journalist crashes on dock, falls 10-plus feet into sailboat
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Re: Loading a motorcycle onto a Sailboat..

I hated the bags om my Ducati for that very reason, they stick out too far. I was glad to see that his employer made lemonade by using it for a publicity video.
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Loading a motorcycle onto a Sailboat..

I opened this thread because I've often thought of trying to put my KTM 125 on board. Obviously that's not the way to do it. Low speed crashes are the worst, because they generally only bruise your ego.
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Re: Loading a motorcycle onto a Sailboat..

These guys did it on purpose:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O_0-vKJWol0
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Re: Loading a motorcycle onto a Sailboat..

Necessity is the mother of invention so why rent a transport...LOL
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Re: Loading a motorcycle onto a Sailboat..

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These guys did it on purpose:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O_0-vKJWol0
A sailboat with twin outboards no less. With all the incomprehensible yelling going on, do you think anyone was saying "this is a bad idea"?
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Re: Loading a motorcycle onto a Sailboat..

Keep up back there.

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