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Old 04-16-2011, 11:50 PM   #1
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The roads of "mexico"...

For those of you that dont know, im moving from chicago, to kingwood. Ill be there next weekend.

Anyways, I keep hearing about the "roads of mexico", and want to know more about them. Where are they? From what I get went people talk about them is its a good wide open spot to open up on a bike? My bike is begging to stretch its legs out after the long build in the cold garage in chicago.

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lol.....I can see how it could get confusing if your not from here. Welcome.
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I'm from there and I have no idea what the he's talking about
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I keep hearing about the "roads of mexico", and want to know more about them.

wtf? NEVER heard of this! and I have been here since 81' maybe I know it as something different down here.

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I want one too. dont worry. I wont show up. bike is still in slowly being rebuilt mode
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Well I guess its never something people with bikes talk about. If you have a 1/4 mile bike then yes you should know the whole "mexico" deal. I know from having a Turbo'd street car.
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ok so give dammit, just post it mmmmmKay
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"Mexico" is basically any road you decide to talk about when you dont want people to know where you actually went to do some illegal racing. There are many "mexican" roads to race on on all sides of town. Some are more popular than others. Ill use it in context.

"We went down to mexico and raced a few times."

"Lets go to mexico and Ill give you 2 and the move."

Its just something we say when we dont want to post or disclose our race spots. No one really does straight line street racing or freeway rolls on this forum so I can see how no one would know about it.
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"Mexico" is basically any road you decide to talk about when you dont want people to know where you actually went to do some illegal racing. There are many "mexican" roads to race on on all sides of town. Some are more popular than others. Ill use it in context.

"We went down to mexico and raced a few times."

"Lets go to mexico and Ill give you 2 and the move."

Its just something we say when we dont want to post or disclose our race spots. No one really does straight line street racing or freeway rolls on this forum so I can see how no one would know about it.
ahhh ok good now gots the idea thanx
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...there is quite a bit of mexico on wild west side.
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I get it, smart idea.
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mexico is down in my next of the woods. patroled by the federalies every now and then but largley open road
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". No one really does straight line street racing or freeway rolls on this forum so I can see how no one would know about it.
i will/would but can't seem to run across any takers
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Triple digit speeds are illegal here in the US. Thats why we go to Mexico. Everyone knows those speeds are frowned upon here.
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^^that's why you hit the big speeds quick and roll back off
you can have a "mexico" road most anywhere if you have the horses, and
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The REAL Mexico....

The roads of "mexico"...

The roads of "mexico"...

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"Mexico" is basically any road you decide to talk about when you dont want people to know where you actually went to do some illegal racing. There are many "mexican" roads to race on on all sides of town. Some are more popular than others. Ill use it in context.

"We went down to mexico and raced a few times."

"Lets go to mexico and Ill give you 2 and the move."

Its just something we say when we dont want to post or disclose our race spots. No one really does straight line street racing or freeway rolls on this forum so I can see how no one would know about it.
get on HPD (houston preformance driving) you see them all the time...

i went on a cruise to mexico with them when supra nation came into town
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The REAL Mexico....

The roads of "mexico"...

The roads of "mexico"...

That's the place
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