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My Triumph Street Triple R Crash

Lowsided when the front end washed out on some gravel. No front brake or anything, just slipped out mid turn. GB Racing frame sliders saved the entire bike, only some scratches left on the Exhaust, which I have since sanded out. Looks good as new!


 


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