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Old 12-08-2006, 01:49 PM   #81
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Old 12-08-2006, 05:34 PM   #82
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Any time you crash you were riding outside of your capabilities.
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Old 12-08-2006, 06:38 PM   #83
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if you aint crashin you aint tryin hard enough! :icon_bigg
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Old 12-08-2006, 06:40 PM   #84
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Wow, that's a very narrow minded statement...
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Any time you crash you were riding outside of your capabilities.
Whats a GADA!!!!!!! Thats NOT TRUE!!!!!!!! Anything could happen somebody could hit you or tire preasure too low. Or slip on some lose gravel you never know anything could happen!!!!:BangHead:
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True True....but this guy was doing squid wheelies in a PARKING LOT!!! He's only been riding for 2 months? Cmon....ok, maybe he made a bad choice in selecting his vehicle as far as motorcycles but, like I said, he disregarded safety for himself, pple out there as well as innocent bystanders and stunters.....I'm sooo tired of hearing about all the stuff that happens out there because everyone wants to go pose or think they can stunt......
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Old 12-08-2006, 06:49 PM   #87
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I mean, I have no room to speak cause it's not my spot....I'm just trying to let people know that these kind of situations can be avoided by respecting someone else's territory......
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True True....but this guy was doing squid wheelies in a PARKING LOT!!! He's only been riding for 2 months? Cmon....ok, maybe he made a bad choice in selecting his vehicle as far as motorcycles but, like I said, he disregarded safety for himself, pple out there as well as innocent bystanders and stunters.....I'm sooo tired of hearing about all the stuff that happens out there because everyone wants to go pose or think they can stunt......
del, where'd u learn to wheelie?

how long u been riding?

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True True....but this guy was doing squid wheelies in a PARKING LOT!!! He's only been riding for 2 months? Cmon....ok, maybe he made a bad choice in selecting his vehicle as far as motorcycles but, like I said, he disregarded safety for himself, pple out there as well as innocent bystanders and stunters.....I'm sooo tired of hearing about all the stuff that happens out there because everyone wants to go pose or think they can stunt......
Yeah i know my Bro was at ASI when it happend BUT Cashtown said "Any time you crash you were riding outside of your capabilities." ANY time???????????? Thats why i posted my post. Not any time you crah you go beyond your capabilities.:mumum:
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Yeah i know my Bro was at ASI when it happend BUT Cashtown said "Any time you crash you were riding outside of your capabilities." ANY time???????????? Thats why i posted my post. Not any time you crah you go beyond your capabilities.:mumum:
Other than being struck by lightning or possibly shot off of your bike by a sniper I can't think of any scenario where you would crash while riding within the limits of your capability.

Even considering the extremes of mechanical failure such as tire blowouts, engine seizure, brake failure etc. if you are unable to react to such in a manner that prevents the occurrence of an accident, you were riding beyond the limits of your capabilities. IMO.

I'm not saying that it's your fault if a car pulls out in front of you and you hit them, or if a car comes around a blind curve at a high rate of speed and you run wide to miss them. But theoretically you could have avoided peril if your skill set was greater. I'm not talking fault, I'm talking capability.

Front end blowout? If you can't save it, then you were beyond your capabilities. Big 'ol pothole? Can't avoid it then you're beyond your capability. Sitting in your lane at 55 and a drunk rear-ends you at 100? Should have been paying more attention.
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Other than being struck by lightning or possibly shot off of your bike by a sniper I can't think of any scenario where you would crash while riding within the limits of your capability.

Even considering the extremes of mechanical failure such as tire blowouts, engine seizure, brake failure etc. if you are unable to react to such in a manner that prevents the occurrence of an accident, you were riding beyond the limits of your capabilities. IMO.

I'm not saying that it's your fault if a car pulls out in front of you and you hit them, or if a car comes around a blind curve at a high rate of speed and you run wide to miss them. But theoretically you could have avoided peril if your skill set was greater. I'm not talking fault, I'm talking capability.

Front end blowout? If you can't save it, then you were beyond your capabilities. Big 'ol pothole? Can't avoid it then you're beyond your capability. Sitting in your lane at 55 and a drunk rear-ends you at 100? Should have been paying more attention.


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del, where'd u learn to wheelie?

how long u been riding?

heh

<3 u man but dont say that stuff if you're a part of it

I've been riding street bikes for 3 years, and been under ownage's wing for the past six months and i LEARNED to WHOOLIE in a selected spot,not a poser point...
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Other than being struck by lightning or possibly shot off of your bike by a sniper I can't think of any scenario where you would crash while riding within the limits of your capability.

Even considering the extremes of mechanical failure such as tire blowouts, engine seizure, brake failure etc. if you are unable to react to such in a manner that prevents the occurrence of an accident, you were riding beyond the limits of your capabilities. IMO.

I'm not saying that it's your fault if a car pulls out in front of you and you hit them, or if a car comes around a blind curve at a high rate of speed and you run wide to miss them. But theoretically you could have avoided peril if your skill set was greater. I'm not talking fault, I'm talking capability.

Front end blowout? If you can't save it, then you were beyond your capabilities. Big 'ol pothole? Can't avoid it then you're beyond your capability. Sitting in your lane at 55 and a drunk rear-ends you at 100? Should have been paying more attention.
so to gain that so called 'experience' you keep referring to, it sounds like one must be put into fugged up situations or accident situations to actually get that so called 'experience' you speak of? so with that said, you've been in multiple fugged up critical situations on your bike to where you were about to go down or did go downa nd you gained 'experience'???

p.s. sorry for the spelling im fugged up.
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