Unexpected back door bump

So while stationary behind a van, a prius driver decided stopping wasn’t really for him.

I’m fine. The bike seems fine (tall bike vs low bumper) but I’m wondering…is there anything specific I should be looking out for damage wise?

Anyone else had similar happen to them?

Get yourself checked out asap. I’ve been rear ended three times on bikes and once in a car. Three out of four times, whiplash showed up two to three days after the collisions, the first time being the worst, and I suffered dramatic pain for over eight months. January last, I was rear ended in my car, and I went for physical therapy within two hours, and also the following day. The effects where dramatically reduced. The older and les fit a person is, the more pain they are likely to feel, and the healing process takes longer. I highly recommend getting some physical therapy before any whiplash-like symptoms start to appear.

Check the wheels.

They aren’t designed to be shunted from behind.
If in doubt replace them.

And get yourself checked out as Aceman says.

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Hang on, me_groovy, Wise, you hearing this?

I wonder if this comes out correctly:

Oh yeah.  Hey Jay, this is so easy now. Thanks buddy.

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check your subframe and undertray and for movement i have snapped bolts when scrapping on stunt bike and not relised also if your free to welcome to pop up mine and scorch’s place for cuppa and we can have a look for you… tomorrow or friday be good 

I've been rear ended early three times on bikes and once in a car. Aceman
I think it could just be my adolescent mind playing on this. But that was funny..

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Call me, I can’t be bothered to type that lot out.  My phone numbers are on my website www.aceman.co.uk I don’t put phone numbers up on public forums, as I’ve been warned about the Bots.