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Old 10-09-2009, 10:18 AM   #61
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One more thing I think we all forget is: LUCK

Good skill and Good Judgement are the two things we can do the most about.

This isn't meant to sound like preaching, but there are times when despite all our best efforts our "luck" can drastically alter the outcome. Your judgement and skill can have an effect on your luck, but desite all our best efforts - any of us that start thinking we are so good that we have 100% control over our environment, health, and future might be wrong.

Occaisoinally we might want give the credit to our survival and well being to things beyond our riding and judging ablity. Count your blessings! Don't push your luck!

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One thread gets made "what makes you the best street rider?" it gets locked bc its disrespectful, the same guy then makes this thread "what makes a good street rider"

seriously, STFU, you can change words around all you want but the non dumbasses see where you are really going with this...I hope someone doesnt repeatedly post threads bringing negative light into a bad situation in your life, that makes you a piece of sh*t, IMO.


And to those who wanna keep calling BS on this, BS on that, you obviously never met the guy to know what he could/couldnt do...just bc you cant or are too scared or think its "mathmatically impossible", doesnt mean anything other than you can tell me the average speed to cover a given distance in a given time. Hooray for you Johnny Calculator, now please, stop talking about things that you have no real knowledge of, kthnx.
Shut up.
You dont know half the story in PM we talked about it and really wanted to know what everyone considered a good rider to be. Your just butthurt cause your buddy or someone you think is a on 2 wheels got hurt and as much as I dont want a rider to go down if he was being stupid then he deserves what he got, (yeah I said it) if he was not then I truly feel for him. BUT for you to come on here and talk you are way out of your league.


BACK ON TOPIC before drama queen.
I dont think a good rider has anything to do with luck, A good ride imho is someone who is always paying attention to everythign around them and is always plotting several moves ahead of himself. This is the best way to be as safe as you can be.
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And to those who wanna keep calling BS on this, BS on that, you obviously never met the guy to know what he could/couldnt do...just bc you cant or are too scared or think its "mathmatically impossible", doesnt mean anything other than you can tell me the average speed to cover a given distance in a given time. Hooray for you Johnny Calculator, now please, stop talking about things that you have no real knowledge of, kthnx.
lol, tight avatar

10 minutes around the loop is impossible on a streetbike, though, it's just a matter of physics. I always heard of the "12-minute-club" anyway, not the "10-minute-club."

Either one is impossible. To do it in 12 minutes you have to average 190 mph. This has been debated to death on here.
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.And to those who wanna keep calling BS on this, BS on that, you obviously never met the guy to know what he could/couldnt do...just bc you cant or are too scared or think its "mathmatically impossible", doesnt mean anything other than you can tell me the average speed to cover a given distance in a given time. Hooray for you Johnny Calculator, now please, stop talking about things that you have no real knowledge of, kthnx.[/QUOTE]

If you believe that anyone on this earth could do this feat in 10 minutes on a motorcycle, YOU are the one with no real knowledge. That road surface will barely hold the speed limit. I dont give a damned WHO supposedly says they have done it. That person is a damned LIAR!
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You dont know half the story in PM we talked about it and really wanted to know what everyone considered a good rider to be. Your just butthurt cause your buddy or someone you think is a on 2 wheels got hurt and as much as I dont want a rider to go down if he was being stupid then he deserves what he got, (yeah I said it) if he was not then I truly feel for him. BUT for you to come on here and talk you are way out of your league.


BACK ON TOPIC before drama queen.
I dont think a good rider has anything to do with luck, A good ride imho is someone who is always paying attention to everythign around them and is always plotting several moves ahead of himself. This is the best way to be as safe as you can be.
I dont give 2 about the story you had in your little PM sessions, this thread is an obvious hack at Jeremy and its bullshit. Besides who gives a **** who thinks you are a "good street rider" anyways?! Really?! Ride your own ****in ride douchebag, don't worry about others opinions on how good you are, bc its the STREEEET...little to no 'skill' involved there...Good judgement IS NOT A SKILL, its a trait, dumbass


Drama queen?? Really?? Take ur posin' on with that talk, YOU HAVE NO IDEA WHAT HAPPENED, so don't act like you do. Starting the first thread, and then this one, is being a drama queen...


On that note, I'm out, this thread is proof that some of you have no love for this community, just wanna pick others apart and keep the attention away for your own shortcomings a rider.

You're probably all slow anyway Peace!
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I dont give 2 about the story you had in your little PM sessions, this thread is an obvious hack at Jeremy and its bullshit. Besides who gives a **** who thinks you are a "good street rider" anyways?! Really?! Ride your own ****in ride douchebag, don't worry about others opinions on how good you are, bc its the STREEEET...little to no 'skill' involved there...Good judgement IS NOT A SKILL its a trait, dumbass


Drama queen?? Really?? Take ur posin' on with that talk, YOU HAVE NO IDEA WHAT HAPPENED, so don't act like you do. Starting the first thread, and then this one, is being a drama queen...


On that note, I'm out, this thread is proof that some of you have no love for this community, just wanna pick others apart and keep the attention away for your own shortcomings a rider.

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a trait is something you are born with... good judgement is a behavior, it is learned. therefore, good judgement IS NOT A TRAIT its a behavior, but I'll refrain from calling you names
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