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Old 03-22-2012, 04:53 PM   #61
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Someone on youtube commented on the videos saying that they live at the apartments and yall make to much noise lol
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Old 03-22-2012, 05:12 PM   #62
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nice close up. Wish someone had a gopro.

Or you recorded longer...
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Someone on youtube commented on the videos saying that they live at the apartments and yall make to much noise lol
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Someone on youtube commented on the videos saying that they live at the apartments and yall make to much noise lol
Must be that one guy's bike that sounds like a lawnmower

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nice close up. Wish someone had a gopro.

Or you recorded longer...
Was Joey recording with his GoPro?
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Someone on youtube commented on the videos saying that they live at the apartments and yall make to much noise lol
I don't understand people that complain. I live right off 610... I mean you can throw a rock from 610 and easily hit my house. I hear the cars and bikes going by all the time... but I chose to live there. I knew there was a highway there when I moved there... Same applies to dipshit in the apartments...
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I don't understand people that complain. I live right off 610... I mean you can throw a rock from 610 and easily hit my house. I hear the cars and bikes going by all the time... but I chose to live there. I knew there was a highway there when I moved there... Same applies to dipshit in the apartments...
So if a local motorcycle club decided that the street that you live on was the new designated middle of the night race track, you would be fine with that? Would you be okay with it if I rode my motorcycle around your house over and over in the middle of the night, waking up your kids?

This is a fairly new thing, I've lived where I am for over 4 years, and it's only been in the past couple of months that ya'll have decided that the clovers is the perfect place to ride around, and around, and around... I honestly don't care about the guys who just want to race down memorial from time to time, whatever I knew that before I moved in. But there is a huge difference between racing down the street and spending half an hour or more riding in circles on a traffic device that wasn't meant for motorcycle practice.

You can keep banning me and blocking my IP and threatening to 'take legal action' (lol!), and I'll keep calling the cops.

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So if a local motorcycle club decided that the street that you live on was the new designated middle of the night race track, you would be fine with that? Would you be okay with it if I rode my motorcycle around your house over and over in the middle of the night, waking up your kids?

This is a fairly new thing, I've lived where I am for over 4 years, and it's only been in the past couple of months that ya'll have decided that the clovers is the perfect place to ride around, and around, and around... I honestly don't care about the guys who just want to race down memorial from time to time, whatever I knew that before I moved in. But there is a huge difference between racing down the street and spending half an hour or more riding in circles on a traffic device that wasn't meant for motorcycle practice.

You can keep banning me and blocking my IP and threatening to 'take legal action' (lol!), and I'll keep calling the cops.
This is the first I have heard of you, but who threaten legal action??


What's going on, what did I miss?
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This is the first I have heard of you, but who threaten legal action??


What's going on, what did I miss?
I made some admittedly childish posts after being awoken yet again, this time right before having to get up at 5am to get to the airport. I got banned a few times and the mods 'traced my IP'. haha.
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They ride around my house every night... 610 is a late night favorite of motorcycle riders in general... no big deal. Like I said I choose to live there and choices have repercussions and responsibilities associated with them. Man up and accept that your choices have consequences and I will man up and accept my choices have consequences when the police officer than you whined to wants to be my friend.
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They ride around my house every night... 610 is a late night favorite of motorcycle riders in general... no big deal. Like I said I choose to live there and choices have repercussions and responsibilities associated with them. Man up and accept that your choices have consequences and I will man up and accept my choices have consequences when the police officer than you whined to wants to be my friend.
There is a huge difference between riding down the street once or twice and circling right next to someone's window for a half hour or more. I said before, I have no qualms if you want to go down the street, the difference is using the ramp system illegally as a bike track.

It is your choice if you want to terrorize the community in which you live, and you've obviously made that choice, that you will do it no matter how many people you have to keep up at night.

When I moved where I did, I didn't think that a simple ramp system would be turned into a motocycle track, it's unreasonable to think that I should have assumed it would be that noisy in the middle of the night. I can't just get up and move because you guys are terrorizing us, and I shouldn't have to.
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It is your choice if you want to terrorize the community in which you live, and you've obviously made that choice, that you will do it no matter how many people you have to keep up at night.

When I moved where I did I didn't think that a simple ramp system would be turned into a motocycle track, it's unreasonable to think that I should have assumed it would be that noisy in the middle of the night. I can't just get up and move because you guys are terrorizing us, and I shouldn't have to.
Then don't. I have been to the clovers a grand total of 3 times since I have been here... so hard to consider me as terrorizing the community. Here's a solution!

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There is a huge difference between riding down the street once or twice and circling right next to someone's window for a half hour or more. I said before, I have no qualms if you want to go down the street, the difference is using the ramp system illegally as a bike track.

It is your choice if you want to terrorize the community in which you live, and you've obviously made that choice, that you will do it no matter how many people you have to keep up at night.

When I moved where I did, I didn't think that a simple ramp system would be turned into a motocycle track, it's unreasonable to think that I should have assumed it would be that noisy in the middle of the night. I can't just get up and move because you guys are terrorizing us, and I shouldn't have to.
Usually, I have a problem with cry baby's, but in this instance I agree.
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Then don't. I have been to the clovers a grand total of 3 times since I have been here... so hard to consider me as terrorizing the community. Here's a solution!
I'll drop off some earplugs before I start circling your home, I hope you can provide enough for the complex. I'll expect delivery soon!
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So riding around some ramps multiple times at a speed that is under the posted speed limit for the adjoining streets is now turning said ramps into a race track?

It's a public road, and we are not breaking any laws by taking these ramps repeatedly. Nor are we ignoring a speed limit, as there is no speed limit for the ramps, only the roads connected by them, which we remain under.

So, in other words, go drink some Clorox.
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So riding around some ramps multiple times at a speed that is under the posted speed limit for the adjoining streets is now turning said ramps into a race track?

It's a public road, and we are not breaking any laws by taking these ramps repeatedly. Nor are we ignoring a speed limit, as there is no speed limit for the ramps, only the roads connected by them, which we remain under.

So, in other words, go drink some Clorox.
Thanks, I'll do that.

Really, you're not going above the posted speed limit of 35? I find that hard to believe, with those around here bragging about going 50-55 on them. All roads in houston have a speed limit, and the ramps are no exception. There are noise ordinances (yeah I know the history there with motorcycles in houston), and could you tell me how looping around the clovers is using the roads in a legal manner? I bet when the cops show up you guys slow down quite a lot, and it isn't as fun.
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So riding around some ramps multiple times at a speed that is under the posted speed limit for the adjoining streets is now turning said ramps into a race track?

It's a public road, and we are not breaking any laws by taking these ramps repeatedly. Nor are we ignoring a speed limit, as there is no speed limit for the ramps, only the roads connected by them, which we remain under.

So, in other words, go drink some Clorox.
Let's all agree to disagree.. I was poking fun about a childish attempt to change the behavior of a few of us. Even if we decide to follow your advice.. not every motorcyclist will. The problem will not go away but we appreciate your opinion and respect the fact that you have rights as a human being to a good night's sleep without fear of interruption; however, we as human beings have our own rights. We have the right to use the public road system that our tax dollars pay for, we have the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, which pretty much covers why I ride motorcycles to begin with.
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