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Old 08-28-2009, 10:18 PM   #21
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All the people you listed have one think in common..............
Skill. They could ride before they had a fiddy.
Bla bla bla bla!
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All the people you listed have one think in common..............
Skill. They could ride before they had a fiddy.
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hah 4 year old kids know how to 'ride' 50cc ...whatever miss the point as usuall, your right john go learn on a ttr125 and brake your brones learning, while others chose a smaller bike thats way easier to bail off of,..my point is this, people are usually scared of wheelies but WANT TO DO THEM!, they know after a few minutes of talking with me a simple technique that will let them do a wheelie without LOOPING, keep in mind this is what they fear, and within that fear thats what holds alot of people BACK!. now onces they learn the throttle control and doing *** drags then they can learn back brake control and then learn body language....they do not need a clutch to learn how to ride or even stunt ride so that argument is out the window.
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Old 08-28-2009, 10:29 PM   #23
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ok so i've been informed that i need to put someone who has never rode a bike, and can do O's HIS NAME IS BLADE he is 14 years old, most have seen him he is my little brother in law, he could barely ride a bicycle and can do sit down o's and ralph louie circles and is learning everyday and it's been maybe 2 months...this is a 14 year old kid and he is on mh as B$P
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anymore arguments? and if thats not proof ask kevin, blake, garrets seen him who else...
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I dont care, just tired of bad advice getting offered, 50,125 almost the same think, but the idea of a bicycle is just stupid. I am dun with this, I didnt get on here to argure about what you think is better to start on 125 or 50, but we both know that the 125 is better.
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I dont care, just tired of bad advice getting offered, 50,125 almost the same think, but the idea of a bicycle is just stupid. I am dun with this, I didnt get on here to argure about what you think is better to start on 125 or 50, but we both know that the 125 is better.
proof is in the pudding baby, how many that you have taught on a ttr125 doing ?and you know what i dont care about this argument?
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proof is in the pudding baby, how many that you have taught on a ttr125 doing ?and you know what i dont care about this argument?
Good because I dont care, too!
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they both be good. diff strokes for diff folks
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it's the never ending story 50cc vs ttr125cc

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they both be good. diff strokes for diff folks
your comment has no meaning since you are a biased ttr125 blown front fork owner

p.s. phiftys don't blow seals....or even motors for that
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your comment has no meaning since you are a biased ttr125 blown front fork owner

p.s. phiftys don't blow seals....or even motors for that

I own both thank you very much and i like them both
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your comment has no meaning since you are a biased ttr125 blown front fork owner

p.s. phiftys don't blow seals....or even motors for that
Give me that fiddy and i will show you what breaks.
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I own both thank you very much and i like them both
You should be biased, your fiddy sucks.
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Give me that fiddy and i will show you what breaks.

haha maybe for dirt, im saying for stunt,

poyo, cdill, and muchacho grande have never had any problems while stunt riding them...dirt...thats a totally different story
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at least i have a fiddy... oooooh burn
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haha maybe for dirt, im saying for stunt,

poyo, cdill, and muchacho grande have never had any problems while stunt riding them...dirt...thats a totally different story
Dont the wheels explode on those.
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I have one in the shed. I have a couple thing in the shed.
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Ooooooooo, burn back on you.
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Dont the stock wheels explode on those.
stockers are weak but you can get some Buchannnnonnn's. Come on john you've seen my wheels ...right ?
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hey is this gabriel guy a real rider or just likes fukin with threds?im tryin to offer advice and i get calld a for it???
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not for me, mines completely stock with the exception of the big bar and suspension and tires your homemade round bar..and i do seat stander wheelies up and down curbs and no broke wheels, ....not even loose spokes for now,...
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