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Old 12-07-2006, 03:58 PM   #101
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Old 12-07-2006, 04:00 PM   #102
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Old 12-07-2006, 04:04 PM   #105
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I didn't say it...I just joked saying I was waiting on the results. I guess we've had a few incidents where folks came on pretending to be females and were really males...so I guess it's a bit of a trend and folks are skeptical. Doesn't matter to me...
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I didn't say it...I just joked saying I was waiting on the results. I guess we've had a few incidents where folks came on pretending to be females and were really males...so I guess it's a bit of a trend and folks are skeptical. Doesn't matter to me...
I'm definately a hot CHIC and I'm strickly dickly for those who wanna know!
 
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I will definately take it! Anything to keep up with the big boys and girls. My curves are the worst right now.
 
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pm that guy that rides our for driving fast.. oops i mean Racer X

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I'm definately a hot CHIC and I'm strickly dickly for those who wanna know!
Awready...

PLUS your on a bike n that gets most dudes a lil hot n bothered

commence with the -ing fellas...
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Track days should help on them curves mama...www.lstd.com
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Old 12-07-2006, 04:14 PM   #115
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For the past 3 years I've been riding with a lot of people who just ride to be pretty, not a lot of serious riders ya know, so I'm down for anyone to coach me to a higher dimension on 2 wheels of course
 
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"pm that guy that rides our for driving fast"

That would be the guy that rides your for riding stupid. :-)
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Old 12-07-2006, 04:18 PM   #118
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That would be the guy that rides your for riding stupid. :-)

no seriously thats his nick name

and as i have told everyone and most of the sport bike riders agree..

95mph on an open freeway at midnight on a wed. isnt riding stupid. its WELL within my limits and THAT my friend is what he was riding MY about... but I have also seen him ride other peoples for doing the same .

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Yep, I can't stand that shyt. I have a couple of partnas that are like that (Ridin' w/o helmets and all that so people can see their faces). I'm trying to be a good, efficient rider...not pretty. We can be pretty while we're standing next to the bikes. But yea, hit CarbonR1...he should be able to help you on track info.
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I'm still tripping on the whole posing as a chic thing! I can't believe some a**hole would get on a forum pretending to be a chic, for what purpose?
 
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