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Old 07-03-2012, 02:44 PM   #121
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you're kiddin' me right?
You're kidding ME right?

Some noobs haven't perfected the art of throttle control yet buddy...
Always cover front controls.
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Old 07-03-2012, 02:46 PM   #122
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You're kidding ME right?

Some noobs haven't perfected the art of throttle control yet buddy...
Always cover front controls.
haha, you kidding ME right?


this goes for the intermediate rider too.

if anything, slow down using the rear break modulating. (and i'm not gonna go into more advanced stuff)

Shall we go there?

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oh wow... I just read some really complicated stuff right there. sounds like there is a lot of advice for noob like me to understand. I do what out there and what group am I in. dang.. lol

We better have a plan and know who is in what group (great suggestion on the roll call). That is the problem when people don't sign up show up or say they should be in a group they shouldn't be... who can vouch for your riding skill. Do you feel qualified to make that judgement or are you the type of person that will risk the faster speeds..just sayin....

Also, what meets spots we are suppose stop at, where we stop and wait, or if we will at all. So many chiefs just saying. who's ride is this??

Lets get it figured out so we are not wondering in the morning creating anxiety before we depart. just my 2 cents... oh btw I am not 100% sure I will be there but will know soon.

No offence to you Old School..had to I chim in... PM me if you want or any of the others..we just want the ride to go really well and have not incidents.
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Old 07-03-2012, 02:54 PM   #125
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oh wow... I just read some really complicated stuff right there. sounds like there is a lot of advice for noob like me to understand. I do what out there and what group am I in. dang.. lol

We better have a plan and know who is in what group (great suggestion on the roll call). That is the problem when people don't sign up show up or say they should be in a group they shouldn't be... who can vouch for your riding skill. Do you feel qualified to make that judgement or are you the type of person that will risk the faster speeds..just sayin....

Also, what meets spots we are suppose stop at, where we stop and wait, or if we will at all. So many chiefs just saying. who's ride is this??

Lets get it figured out so we are not wondering in the morning creating anxiety before we depart. just my 2 cents... oh btw I am not 100% sure I will be there but will know soon.

No offence to you Old School..had to I chim in... PM me if you want or any of the others if you want..we just want the ride to go really well and have not incidents.
Jimrad was nominated leader i think on pg.1.

I just wanted to ride.

No offense taken!!!

I think stopping at Waller County BBQ to get focused on starting to turn, like someone suggested going straigh and striaght and then Boom curve.

Then stopping at 105 to allow people to move up or down to get ready for the nasty stuff.

i mean, i'd really like to make it through at least 27 before lunch. (guestimate)

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haha, you kidding ME right?

this goes for the intermediate rider too.

if anything, slow down using the rear break.

Shall we go there?
You fail at reading. I said cover. I even underlined it for you.
Never said anything about squeezing it as hard as you possibly can.


Noobs- listen to OldSchool, never use your brakes in a turn. If a car comes in your lane, or there's something large in the road, just do a whoolie over it.
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If a car comes in your lane, or there's something large in the road, just do a whoolie over it.


Nice!!

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You fail at reading. I said cover. I even underlined it for you.
Never said anything about squeezing it as hard as you possibly can.


Noobs- listen to OldSchool, never use your brakes in a turn. If a car comes in your lane, or there's something large in the road, just do a whoolie over it.
covering it? nah, not even that.

I mean what happens is a motorcyclists first instinct would be grab a boat load of brakes if a car came in to your lane.

Even if it did, well..., brakes or no brakes its gonna be a bad outcome.

However, in the scenario you proposed i would suggest:

NOOBS, if a car is coming in to your lane in a turn, start praying and asking jesus to forgive you for your sins and pray it won't hurt that bad, then somehow JUMP off your bike, and hope you clear the CAR.
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WOW.
I'm gonna pray for whoever is in front or behind this guy on the ride.

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All the accidents i have seen, Senator, is in a turn, someone grabbed front brake.

i mean experiences don't lie.

Check said vid again. Grabbing front brakes, wheel will turn in, get ready to fly.

Soooo...the best advice is when you feel like braking just lean in and countersteer!
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there is a video.... Please PM it to me if anyone has it..
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LoL...sounds like the bad advice scene straight out of Twist of the Wrist 2.

I'm down for a relaxing noob pace.
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Which group should I be in if I ride like this?

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Egos. And we're not even at the meet spot.
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Ok guys! Texlurch is leading the noobs...listen to what he has to say..Ryan is an instructor ..he has some valuable riding advice...Everyone has different bikes (different powerbands, suspentions, riding position, tires) and we cannot use the same rule for all bikes...

When someone says take the turn in second gear at 9000 rpm ..and roll on the gas coming out the turn...and if you feel like u r loosing the bike...GAS MORE.. I can see a big difference in a ninja 250 and a literbike coming out the same corner
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Egos. And we're not even at the meet spot.
That's why it's important for the OP set the tone...people.

Be safe out there and try to have fun..
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I agree. Tow2 is garbage.
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