Isn't that a 1200? Too old for a car tire. :raspberry:The rider probably couldn't turn his bike cuz he was running a car tire and we all know those won't go around a corner very fast.
Dangerous, those car tires are. Always causing accidents like this above. Then they want to blame it on a the car driver and cell phones.
Good points, all. I noticed the plate thing but wondered if that was something they do down under.Sorry, but I don't buy it. The way the rear door is folded and the way the top is wrinkled doesn't match the bike. Not to mention that they stayed interlocked while drug onto the wrecker and there are no plates on either vehicle.
The bike was in a holding yard I stopped and photographed it there while riding pastNo plates and no debris. This probably is not the accident site and more than likely a holding yard. When wrecks are auctioned or written off here the plates are always removed. That is a standard impact you see when someone pulls out in front of oncoming traffic over here!