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Old 04-04-2010, 11:22 AM   #1
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i dont know what to think of this cafe

http://motopiacafe.com/

i moved back to dallas 4 months ago. just for now, i'll be back. but there is this place called motopia cafe. i lol'd at this. they want $100 a month to "hang out" lol. dallas sucks . i'd rather patrick service my bike and i can hang out there or at the taqueria/carnecaria next door to Motorcycles Unlimited and eat killer tamales. what do ya'll think of this place i linked above? and remember, dallas has no roads to ride. atleast nothing twisty
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Old 04-04-2010, 11:24 AM   #2
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and check their price list for services. i was like "really?". suspension set up $80 minimum. wow
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Old 04-04-2010, 11:32 AM   #3
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You can hang out at Motorcycles Unlimited, but the taquaria next door closed down.

Motorcycles Unlimited offers free water!!
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Old 04-04-2010, 11:35 AM   #4
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those prices are outrageous!! i feel sorry for da suckers gettin poked over there... :(
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Old 04-04-2010, 12:18 PM   #5
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LOL Dunno where in Dallas you are riding but other then the Forest rides Houston has and DFW as a whole has much better riding and lots more people turn out for them.

but yes this place sounds wack ;P
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Dallas has no roads to ride. at least nothing twisty
Dallas sucks dude. For reals.
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Old 04-04-2010, 12:26 PM   #7
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Says members can take advantage of thier corporate acct at MSR Cresson and offers discounted track instruction from Ty Howard........hmmm
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dude, dallas is more plastic than los angeles. and as far as twisty roads to ride dallas area has nothing on 224, 3090, livingston, fayettville, etc. i'm a gnome so yes i miss my good ol' sam houston national forest. dallas, you have to ride a whole rear tires worth to get to a short twisty road. lol. north of anna tx. or go to oklahoma or arkansas
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dude, dallas is more plastic than los angeles.
Dallas is a poor, wanna-be LA's little stepbrother. I would almost rather live in Detroit than there. , I would even live in Houston first.


I saw that place posted on Sbn.com, fukin joke. Typical Dallas .
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el tejano, thats funny. i used to get defensive about comments like that. but after moving home after 7 years in houston, i realize people were right. i like houston alot more. if for any reason, i think se texas is pretty country. a city is a city. the people make the place. oh, did Satans Nuggets get a sbn.com? lol
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The Club offers its members a full European coffee house, a restaurant with a nice selection of beers and wines, a comfortable lounge with leather chairs and a fireplace, a business center with everything anybody would need for an office-away-from-the-office environment, and, for our motorcycle enthusiasts, a complete motorcycle detail and repair shop. The motorcycle shop is actually surrounded by large plate glass observation windows for anybody in the Club to watch motorcycles being worked on.
What kind of douche wrote this article, much less designed this place? Oh, really? A European style coffee house? What exactly does that mean? This person has obviously never been to Europe. If they had, they'd know that Europe is comprised of more than one country and crossing a time zone is like crossing into another dimension as far as culture goes.

Oh, really? Is it actually surrounded by plate glass observation windows? Are we supposed to be surprised? Holy isht this place is actually surrounded by plate glass windows - I'm so baffled! That's like saying my house actually has a gaslog fireplace instead of a chimney. True story, actually. They should change the name to Vespa Couturier la Douche, Ltd.
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What kind of douche wrote this article, much less designed this place? Oh, really? A European style coffee house? What exactly does that mean? This person has obviously never been to Europe. If they had, they'd know that Europe is comprised of more than one country and crossing a time zone is like crossing into another dimension as far as culture goes.

Oh, really? Is it actually surrounded by plate glass observation windows? Are we supposed to be surprised? Holy isht this place is actually surrounded by plate glass windows - I'm so baffled! That's like saying my house actually has a gaslog fireplace instead of a chimney. True story, actually. They should change the name to Vespa Couturier la Douche, Ltd.
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I dont get the anamocity... The guy thought something up, marketed it well, and has clients who have the money and are willing to pay for it.....


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I dont get the anamocity... The guy thought something up, marketed it well, and has clients who have the money and are willing to pay for it.....


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Old 04-05-2010, 12:27 PM   #17
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Can't a guy just feel like ranting once in a while?

Hehe. If I'm ever in Dallas, I'll probably stop by
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looks like its designed for rich gheys. that being said, it must float someones boat and i wont ever have to go there
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Old 04-05-2010, 01:10 PM   #19
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Although I don't really know anyone who would be interested in that, it is a neat idea. Some place to ride to, have a few beers and a good meal while getting a little maintenance done. Sounds like a pretty good idea, but definitely for those with deep pockets. Did you see those trips they plan out...amazing. You could plan it out yourself, but if you're rich there is a reason you're rich, because you work a lot. So having someone take care of the details and all you have to do is show up is definitely a good idea for that kind of clientele.
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I think it looks pretty cool...
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