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Old 05-28-2010, 06:00 PM   #21
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Conroe is about 45 to an hour its 59 south right past sugarland
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Old 05-28-2010, 06:12 PM   #22
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hyphycowboy conroe is about 45 minutes to an hour depending on traffic im just south of sugarland i know parking lot is slow speeds and streets are higher speeds whouldnt the r1 be good for high speed stunts
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Old 05-28-2010, 06:56 PM   #23
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so if the bike starrts getting squirrly ur supposed to hit the back brack i normally just lett off the throttle but then again im not doing standups
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Old 05-28-2010, 09:08 PM   #25
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twstit89, bro if you wanna stunt and you got an r1, stunt! wheelies are wheelies. i started out on the freeways and learned on my own. i used to do 90 mile an hour wheelies. you gotta learn somewhere. i have no problem meetin up and givin you pointers of what i know. i aint no pro by no means. dont get it twisted. but dont let people tell you that you cant do something. sometimes you gotta make do wit wat u got.....
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its one thing to rock a stand up in 3rd down 45 at 80mph, its a whole other game to do sit down circles at 5mph or 150ft high chair stoppies. its all abput practice dedication and not givin a what your bike or body look like at the end of a lot session. Learn the freeway first, thats where balance point begins to sink in
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Old 05-28-2010, 09:27 PM   #27
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twstit89, bro if you wanna stunt and you got an r1, stunt! wheelies are wheelies. i started out on the freeways and learned on my own. i used to do 90 mile an hour wheelies. you gotta learn somewhere. i have no problem meetin up and givin you pointers of what i know. i aint no pro by no means. dont get it twisted. but dont let people tell you that you cant do something. sometimes you gotta make do wit wat u got.....
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i know for a fact that the r1 does great for freeway stand ups. i agree with learning your balance points on the freeway first.
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Old 05-28-2010, 10:28 PM   #29
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I can't say I didn't do it but I will shoot the devils advocate in the foot and say if you gonna risk trashing
Yourself and your bike, I'd stay off the freeway. At least if you wreck you won't have cars up your or through it. Learning basics on a 50 is the cheapest and most practical aproach
To this sport. I haven't seen any good advice come out of somebody I've never seen in a lot. But its your bike and your skin. I'm always down to ride and don't mind aiming you
In the right direction. But remmember in this game, haste hurts.
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i work from 8 to 5 monday through friday next week. off monday but i got plans. hit me up and i can meet up wit you after work bro.
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I can't say I didn't do it but I will shoot the devils advocate in the foot and say if you gonna risk trashing
Yourself and your bike, I'd stay off the freeway. At least if you wreck you won't have cars up your or through it. Learning basics on a 50 is the cheapest and most practical aproach
To this sport. I haven't seen any good advice come out of somebody I've never seen in a lot. But its your bike and your skin. I'm always down to ride and don't mind aiming you
In the right direction. But remmember in this game, haste hurts.
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Old 05-29-2010, 03:44 PM   #33
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Im not saying it cant be done. I know mine will do it. At 65" your is up there when mine comes up. And the Yammies you mention are sponsored. If not, would they still be on them? Prolly not.
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I can't say I didn't do it but I will shoot the devils advocate in the foot and say if you gonna risk trashing
Yourself and your bike, I'd stay off the freeway. At least if you wreck you won't have cars up your or through it. Learning basics on a 50 is the cheapest and most practical aproach
To this sport. I haven't seen any good advice come out of somebody I've never seen in a lot. But its your bike and your skin. I'm always down to ride and don't mind aiming you
In the right direction. But remmember in this game, haste hurts.
this is excelent advice but like i said in my previous post man. i guess some people gotta learn the hard way.
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this is excelent advice but like i said in my previous post man. i guess some people gotta learn the hard way.
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