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Old 09-29-2011, 07:38 AM   #101
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This thread is so full of win!!!

I prefer to do my high chairs coming off the track and on to the highway in rush hour at 100+ with leathers and a skull cap. Oh and don't forget you can't wear gloves so you can feel the levers better lol
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Christ, lets break this down.

Track => willing participants who accept the risk only

Street (whether stunting or not) => potentially unwilling participants who did not accept the risk

One is different from the other. I'm not a track rider and this is obvious to me, if you ride recklessly on the street you may hurt an unwilling bystander.
Such a simple concept, yet so many still seem to struggle with it.

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This thread is so full of win!!!

I prefer to do my high chairs coming off the track and on to the highway in rush hour at 100+ with leathers and a skull cap. Oh and don't forget you can't wear gloves so you can feel the levers better lol
I would give you props for this exept, I bet you cant do a wheelie much less engage a high chair.
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I would give you props for this exept, I bet you cant do a wheelie much less engage a high chair.
Haha I can engage one just don't have the to ride it very high. And yes I can balance a wheelie no prob. Can I jump around like a monkey or have high chair circles on lockdown like Petro? No but I'm not just another internet warrior on MH I actually ride. I actually used to ride a lot with the corpus guys and some of the SG guys a while back.

I actually agree with you on everything but the gear. I actually follow stunting guide a bit and IMO you see more of the top guys wearing good gear than not. But at the same point I choose to wear it and could care less if others do or not. I just know it hurts like a when you slide on the ground.

But I LOVE wheelies and ride a few everytime I ride a bike. Street track love it all. Love wheelies and see no prob with them. I have more of a prob with the dumbass's people that some in here think have the "right" or "freedom" to drive a car on the road and don't say about them smoking, eating, texting,, putting on make up, changing the Ipod, spanking kids sometime multiple of them at the same time and don't say about it. But want to talk about someone riding a wheelie doing burnouts, speeding just cus they are on a bike and "giving them a bad name" bullshit
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Christ, lets break this down.

Track => willing participants who accept the risk only

Street (whether stunting or not) => potentially unwilling participants who did not accept the risk

One is different from the other. I'm not a track rider and this is obvious to me, if you ride recklessly on the street you may hurt an unwilling bystander.
lol Jabroni. The magical pice of paper you sign at the track does not make it ok to die or kill sumone, it just means they will not be liable for you or whoever you take out in the process ,they are simply covering their own . All bull aside willlingly or not who the whants to be killed all you fools talk about it like its a game.
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lol Jabroni. The magical pice of paper you sign at the track does not make it ok to die or kill sumone, it just means they will not be liable for you or whoever you take out in the process ,they are simply covering their own . All bull aside willlingly or not who the whants to be killed all you fools talk about it like its a game.
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...I have more of a prob with the dumbass's people that some in here think have the "right" or "freedom" to drive a car on the road and don't say about them smoking, eating, texting,, putting on make up, changing the Ipod, spanking kids sometime multiple of them at the same time and don't say about it. But want to talk about someone riding a wheelie doing burnouts, speeding just cus they are on a bike and "giving them a bad name" bullshit
This thread wasn't started with a video of someone texting while driving then crashing. Post such a video and you'll find just as much criticism will be made.

When did excusing one behavior by pointing out the wrong doings of another become a plausible means of defense after puberty?

"Did you just break that plate???"

"But Mooooooommmmm, Davie broke a picture yesterday."

"Oh, well then that's okay. You just keep on breaking those plates."
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Haha I can engage one just don't have the to ride it very high. And yes I can balance a wheelie no prob. Can I jump around like a monkey or have high chair circles on lockdown like Petro? No but I'm not just another internet warrior on MH I actually ride. I actually used to ride a lot with the corpus guys and some of the SG guys a while back.

I actually agree with you on everything but the gear. I actually follow stunting guide a bit and IMO you see more of the top guys wearing good gear than not. But at the same point I choose to wear it and could care less if others do or not. I just know it hurts like a when you slide on the ground.

But I LOVE wheelies and ride a few everytime I ride a bike. Street track love it all. Love wheelies and see no prob with them. I have more of a prob with the dumbass's people that some in here think have the "right" or "freedom" to drive a car on the road and don't say about them smoking, eating, texting,, putting on make up, changing the Ipod, spanking kids sometime multiple of them at the same time and don't say about it. But want to talk about someone riding a wheelie doing burnouts, speeding just cus they are on a bike and "giving them a bad name" bullshit
you speak the truth
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lol Jabroni. The magical pice of paper you sign at the track does not make it ok to die or kill sumone, it just means they will not be liable for you or whoever you take out in the process ,they are simply covering their own . All bull aside willlingly or not who the whants to be killed all you fools talk about it like its a game.
This is not about legal liability. It is about willing participation. I know the concept is tricky. Take some time. Get some crayons. Diagram it out.
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This thread wasn't started with a video of someone texting while driving then crashing. Post such a video and you'll find just as much criticism will be made.

When did excusing one behavior by pointing out the wrong doings of another become a plausible means of defense after puberty?

"Did you just break that plate???"

"But Mooooooommmmm, Davie broke a picture yesterday."

"Oh, well then that's okay. You just keep on breaking those plates."
I'm not trying to say its the brightest move in the world or not breaking a law. More a Who Gives A ? I mean he didn't hurt anyone. Rarely does. The actions I said above KILL MULTIPLE people EVERYDAY! Yet no people don't talk as much about them. So many people talk about the world ending and making all bikers look bad when a wheel come 2 inches off the ground. Thats you opinion.

Heck I never had a kid give me a bad look for riding a wheelie. But have seen a lot more smiles than fingers from kids of ALL ages so that tells me that riding wheelies isn't giving "bikers" that bad of a rep.
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This is not about legal liability. It is about willing participation. I know the concept is tricky. Take some time. Get some crayons. Diagram it out.
I told you if your gona be a clown get paid for it. Your wasting material.
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This is not about legal liability. It is about willing participation. I know the concept is tricky. Take some time. Get some crayons. Diagram it out.
Ok here is where my post fits in this convo. They didn't want to be around the guy stunting. I didn't agree to be driving/riding around the drunk, texter, makeup artist, etc but they are way more dangerous IMO and in much larger masses.
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Bottom line is people like wheelies because its people doing them not aliens from mars, me and grubz had a HCS pull up to us and told us to get the wheels in the air a while back, it was sweet.


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Ok here is where my post fits in this convo. They didn't want to be around the guy stunting. I didn't agree to be driving/riding around the drunk, texter, makeup artist, etc but they are way more dangerous IMO and in much larger masses.
Deflection. You're still doing it.



It seemed like some massive wave of negativity about stunting because it's being discussed here. In perspective, it's not. Just a few people arguing a point.
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It seemed like some massive wave of negativity about stunting because it's being discussed here. In perspective, it's not. Just a few people arguing a point.
Ok people arguing a point that gets argued by the same people everytime and usually in the stunters section. If you don't like em don't open it or come to their section.
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