Well, the fatboy is finally history. We were coming back from a bike show with Arlen Ness on sunday, and a lady made a left hand turn at a light and never even looked. We were coming down main st in Greensburg with a left turn signal and green light. We were going about 20-25. The left green arrow went out, and the lady opposite got a green light. She obviously thought she was the only one on the road, because she never even looked. We hit her front fender, and my dads knee hit the front wheel. I flew over my dad and bounced off the fender and landed on my feet. I opened the door of the ford escape, and went off on the woman. She was very smart, and said that she had a left turn signal arrow pointing green. I was so mad, that i didnt realize that she was full of s***. Afterwards she realized that she was in trouble and tried apologizing. I just ignored her. I heard her and a cop talking about her having a beer earlier. But she couldnt have been drunk because the cop let her go. My dads knee is shattered, and will be down for 5-6 months. So i guess the rods will be sitting till march or april. Thank god that i had torn apart the 03 to run the turn signal wires through the bars and had taken the exhaust brackets off the Se-V to get chromed, or we would have been on one of them. I tried getting the 03 finished, but had broke the front brake switch in the controls, and didnt get around to fixing it in time. The worst part of the whole thing is her whole family rides bike. They are part of a little bike crew that has been around for quite sometime. She certainly didnt show any care for my dad who was laying on the pavement. Thankfully there was a nurse 3 cars back who had just got off work, and kept my dad still until the ambulance arrived. So all in all, we were really lucky, it just sucks that the riding season is over for us. Ive been wanting to get padded pants for sometime now. So the next time i ride, i will be in full gear. My dad and his buddies always laugh at me for riding in 90 degree weather with padded leather jacket, but i think he will be doing the same from now on. My dads helmet has a dent in the back where he hit the pavement. Thankfully he rides with a dot helmet, or he might still be laying on the pavement.