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Old 06-23-2010, 06:38 PM   #41
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Aramis, do you think it was wise of him to be speeding, running from the police with his lights off?

Not trying to instigate, I'm just really curious how anyone that does this thinks it looks cool and can justify it.

Lots of people have very different personalities online vs in person but he appeared to back up everything he said he did on here.

Having ridden with him, does/will this change your riding habits?
you can PM if you have any futher questions..

Aaron and I got along very well. becasue it was very clear very fast after meeting each other, that we both backed up what we said on motohouston.. you see. there are to many people on this site who "yell murder" at the site of someone speeding or running from the cops..

truth is, i have done track days, i have done wenesday night routes, and i have done Sunday morning rides.. Guess what? what aaron and i claimed to do, so did others..


my riding style is a wild one, ask anyone who rides with me. Tyco, ervin, daniel, and baron will not ride with me anymore (thats just to name a few)

aaron rode with his lights off often, and he never looked back while riding, yes he was speeding, who doesnt. going 1 mile over in DEER PARK is a ticket for speeding. so your telling me, people are mad, "hating" on aaron for 3 reasons
1.Speeding
2.Running from the cops
3.No lights..

becasue if your saying that, then everyone is mad at him for something they do aswell SPEEDING.. breaking the law is BREAKING THE LAW.. no matter how you cut it.. going 20 over speedlimit is just as breaking the law as if you were only going 1 over..

will this change my riding habit. I havent wheelied my bike, or gone over 90 since this happened

tonight is wenesday night, and i cancelled on everyone as of 30 minutes ago..
ive sat in my room and cryed thinking about this . and you have the nerve to ask me if this will change me.

i hate this site for always wanting to bash on people for there riding styles.. i dont judge you, so why the should anyone judge me. if you dont like "my" riding style, then feel free to ride with someone else..

people at the track have stolen bikes 70% of the bikes are there are hot cakes. do i judge? NO i dont care about what you have or how you got it. but yet the same people who ride stolen bikes are on this site bashing those who steal bikes for parting out.
se let me guess track riders its ok you have a stolen bike becasue your at the track, and you wont hurt anyone?

People who do routes on bike night. those are the same one who come on here talking to the newbies to riding like them.. WE ALL HAVE TO LEARN SOMEHOW RIGHT? So its ok for you Route guys to ride 150+ in and out of traffic some 2 up.. but its not ok for someone who just got his bike to ride that way..


Sunday morning riders (these are the guys with a career)
you all ride 130+ in the turns.. why is it ok for yall to bash the route runners and newbie riders.
oh and guess what someone from every group RUNS FROM THE COPS..

ive been there, seen it... i speak the truth about what happens on the streets of houston. then "yall online users" want to bash about it.. we all have done these things at one point of time. you did, i did it, and guess what, odds are your kids will be doing it too...
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Old 06-23-2010, 06:43 PM   #42
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Caligonetexas, is the only person i have not seen go over 90... and even he blames that on his 250.. my hat goes off to you caligonetexas.. even though 90 is still breaking the law. you are not breaking it that much. (does anyone get what im saying?)
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Sorry you misunderstood.
I know he was your friend and I was asking you a legit humble question.
Yeah everyone speeds, some do crazier than others.
It'd be great to know that every now and then when someone goes down it'll help the rest of us put what we do in perspective.

Stay safe Aramis.
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Aramis, I feel you. I'm tearing up a bit from reading your post.
Dude, just 2-3 weeks ago we rode to and from dallas. One of the best rides of my life.
He was actually the best biker buddy I've ever had. He never persuaded me out of my comfort zone and was courteous of my driving, in return I showed him the same respect.

I was looking forward to meeting up with him this week to some of the meets. Guy taught me a lot and showed me much love. I don't care what anyone says, that guy was a great part of MH.
If any of you haven't noticed, yea he did some crazy but it was always in a "don't try this at home" manner. at least that was the way he was with me. He never posted anything on here to get noticed, just shared his thoughts and experiences. I didn't see a single soul talk bad of him in any of his post but now that he's gone everyone steps up to throw their handful of dirt.

I guess. Thats the last of my .

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Aramis, i'm sure this is a hard time for u, losing someone you knew. But when you say "others like us need a hard ride" you're putting ur self and other ppl on the road in danger. And risk changing other ppl's lives not even on the road ( family /friends)

i honestly think about that stuff whenever i suit up to ride. It's a freakin blast riding...and even MORE fun to give it a little extra on the throttle. But u gotta remember you're doing something extremely risky every time u hop on a bike, and u make it 20x's worse by going way over the speed limit and doin crazy sh#t.

i hope you are able to slow down and enoy riding w/out such excess, and learn from others mistakes.
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no Aaron was not suicidal at all. he had problems, and rode it away..
many of us Me included ride to get our minds off things. some of yall need a small mellow ride to just clear yalls head, but others like Aaron and I need a hard ride, something that will make us forget about whats going on at home.
then go get your fast fix on roads that people don't use very often, not on roads with a ton of traffic where you are likely to take out more than just yourself if you crash. it's pretty selfish to only care about how you are feeling and not what you could possibly do to another person and their family.



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my riding style is a wild one, ask anyone who rides with me. Tyco, ervin, daniel, and baron will not ride with me anymore (thats just to name a few)

aaron rode with his lights off often, and he never looked back while riding, yes he was speeding, who doesnt. going 1 mile over in DEER PARK is a ticket for speeding. so your telling me, people are mad, "hating" on aaron for 3 reasons
1.Speeding
2.Running from the cops
3.No lights..


becasue if your saying that, then everyone is mad at him for something they do aswell SPEEDING.. breaking the law is BREAKING THE LAW.. no matter how you cut it.. going 20 over speedlimit is just as breaking the law as if you were only going 1 over..
it's not moderate speeding that i have a problem with, even excessive speeding has a time and place, and that time is not with lots of other people around that your decisions could effect
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people at the track have stolen bikes 70% of the bikes are there are hot cakes. do i judge? NO i dont care about what you have or how you got it. but yet the same people who ride stolen bikes are on this site bashing those who steal bikes for parting out.
se let me guess track riders its ok you have a stolen bike becasue your at the track, and you wont hurt anyone?
i personally have done a trackday, and i know of many people that have also done one. I have an issue with you claiming that 70% of the bikes are stolen. where is your proof? it seems you are trying to pass the buck off from what you are doing and try to make it sound like you are not as "guilty" as other people[/quote]

People who do routes on bike night. those are the same one who come on here talking to the newbies to riding like them.. WE ALL HAVE TO LEARN SOMEHOW RIGHT? So its ok for you Route guys to ride 150+ in and out of traffic some 2 up.. but its not ok for someone who just got his bike to ride that way..


Sunday morning riders (these are the guys with a career)
you all ride 130+ in the turns.. why is it ok for yall to bash the route runners and newbie riders.
oh and guess what someone from every group RUNS FROM THE COPS..

ive been there, seen it... i speak the truth about what happens on the streets of houston. then "yall online users" want to bash about it.. we all have done these things at one point of time. you did, i did it, and guess what, odds are your kids will be doing it too...[/QUOTE]
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This makes me want to take a 100+ ride. Maybe his memorial ride should be 100+. I haven't met him but I know if I rode like that all the time, that's how I would want it.

Here's to using all six gears of your bike.
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He went by the name of goast rider. The guy running from tolls couldn't of been him. When y'all postes a guy running on a previous post you can see he was posting too so it couldn't of been him
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He went by the name of goast rider. The guy running from tolls couldn't of been him. When y'all postes a guy running on a previous post you can see he was posting too so it couldn't of been him
There is no 'goast rider', we know who/what we're discussing, it doesn't appear that you do.

"V", you're an idiot.
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There is no 'goast rider', we know who/what we're discussing, it doesn't appear that you do.

"V", you're an idiot.
Coast rider my bad. He has a avatar of a skull w a background of flames
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Bad choices, predictable outcome. We can all learn from this. Each in our own way. I am no saint on the streets, but I have mellowed by riding fast on the track. I also have $2m of life insurance that will help my parents, wife, and kids cope with my bad decisions. Do you?

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I pray for all the groups and clubs,
I pray for the sport that all of us love.
No matter what style no matter what race,
Your soul has no color, your soul has no face.
We started out afraid to lean right or left,
And now we use speeds that could bring us death.
So turn back the throttle it might save your life,
You may have a husband, you may have a wife.
Think of your family and what they will miss,
Your touch and your smile, the warmth of your kiss.
Think of your loved ones when you turn the key,
Bless all the bikers and also
Bless Me..



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Each rider is in control of their own bike to the extent of being responsible for its actions.

The nature of the hobby by itself is presumably guilty, its a matter of self control and choice to better the character of the rider and the resulting outcome of the stamp you lead on the community.

Thanks for the kind words directed towards me, but I have my own personal rules about highway riding and w groups. I admit full responsibility for my riding habits and yes I do go faster on backroads etc when w a group I trust and I justify to myself less are at risk.

This was an unfortunate situation and yes totally avoidable. Near all motorcycle related accidents are the same. Sorry if I seem less emotional on the boards then in person when discussing death; I find its more natural then living and one should be appreciated more. Been around it way too much; I find if people dont take the time to appreciate those around them and go out of their own way then they wont find much reason in love and life because it was all center focused. Moreover again, they wouldnt ever be in a situation protecting someone others that had passed from a few bad choices since the facts are over ruling the reminder that this incident was just one part of the individuals life that is no longer with us.

I have yet to meet a guilt-free rider. Im sure I have played my part in making several of them by providing tools through rides to ride faster and inevitably crash faster in corners. Put that on my shoulders if it must be done to justify your heart/words/actions; but dont say we dont try to inform riders through this community to wear gear, slow down when necessary and respect riding groups/traffic/communities to some degree. Ultimately its the responsibility of individual riders.

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ya the beltway cops are always sneaky. thats why I haul azz through there. Sneak past them.

I would love tell you about the time they tried to trap me with a road block on hardy toll at 3 a.m and I turned off my lights and flipped the bike around and drove against traffic the for like 2 miles to get back to an exit.

haha they thought the had me good, and the cop chasing blew past me because my lights were off.

Ahh good times back in the 1990s
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Each rider is in control of their own bike to the extent of being responsible for its actions.

The nature of the hobby by itself is presumably guilty, its a matter of self control and choice to better the character of the rider and the resulting outcome of the stamp you lead on the community.

Thanks for the kind words directed towards me, but I have my own personal rules about highway riding and w groups. I admit full responsibility for my riding habits and yes I do go faster on backroads etc when w a group I trust and I justify to myself less are at risk.

This was an unfortunate situation and yes totally avoidable. Near all motorcycle related accidents are the same. Sorry if I seem less emotional on the boards then in person when discussing death; I find its more natural then living and one should be appreciated more. Been around it way too much; I find if people dont take the time to appreciate those around them and go out of their own way then they wont find much reason in love and life because it was all center focused. Moreover again, they wouldnt ever be in a situation protecting someone others that had passed from a few bad choices since the facts are over ruling the reminder that this incident was just one part of the individuals life that is no longer with us.

I have yet to meet a guilt-free rider. Im sure I have played my part in making several of them by providing tools through rides to ride faster and inevitably crash faster in corners. Put that on my shoulders if it must be done to justify your heart/words/actions; but dont say we dont try to inform riders through this community to wear gear, slow down when necessary and respect riding groups/traffic/communities to some degree. Ultimately its the responsibility of individual riders.

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I don't give a in what way u mean this or what point your trying to prove but respect the forum in his memory or don't post at all. He was a very good friend, he road like he like and I bet we when out the way he wanted. That is on his bike the same way I would want to too.

Are words are and I qoute. The day I stop riding is the the I can't get on my bike.

So may he rest in peace and please do not trash this forum and respect the dead. I do take it personal because he was a real good friend of my
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I don't give a in what way u mean this or what point your trying to prove but respect the forum in his memory or don't post at all. He was a very good friend, he road like he like and I bet we when out the way he wanted. That is on his bike the same way I would want to too.

Are words are and I qoute. The day I stop riding is the the I can't get on my bike.

So may he rest in peace and please do not trash this forum and respect the dead. I do take it personal because he was a real good friend of my
oh calm down it wasn't meant to be a dis.
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and I bet we when out the way he wanted.

So may he rest in peace and please do not trash this forum and respect the dead. I do take it personal because he was a real good friend of my
yeah i sure he meant to leave this earth and never see his kids again, and leave them w/o a father.

respect.........lol.........dude showed no respect for anybody/anything, so why should anybody respect him?

esp the tidbit about him riding against traffic w/o lights, people earn respect not get it automatically.

fukin tards, you and him.
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