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Old 01-17-2007, 09:16 PM   #1
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Exclamation 149 AFTERNOON RIDE EVERY STAURDAY

Hey whatsup well it is what it says, i know people ride 149 in the morning on Saturdays but alot of us aren't as lucky to be off or some are just lazy and dont wake up in time. So i'm setting up a ride on all Saturdays at 3:00 if weather permits! So here it is...

Who:Everybody is Welcomed!!!

Where:149 & 105 at Texaco...then ride down 149

When:Saturdays at 3:00...stands up at 3:30 (Time for gas and food)

Rules:1 Experienced rider leads and 1 follows (Noobs/others in middle)
Ride at your own pace and own skill level.....PLEASE!!!!
Will meet back up at Gas Station in Anderson past the RailRoad Tracks
And Finally if you act stupid or dangerous I MYSELF WILL
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and consideration of the other riders safety

Okay well if you got questions or suggestions then just PM me at anytime, this will probally start up when the weather gets better/safer and a little warmer. Thanks for reading and understanding and i hope i see you out there, it'll be a great time.....seeya
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3 in the afternoon on saturday is a bad time to be running 149. . .just a thought
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Old 01-17-2007, 09:25 PM   #3
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3 in the afternoon on saturday is a bad time to be running 149. . .just a thought
Whys that? I've done it tons of times and its worked out great...just alot of other bikes but thats about it...but please explain
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I've never rode 149 - but I agree with Jet. 3 is a little late to start the ride.
Anybody else thinks so too?
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I've never rode 149 - but I agree with Jet. 3 is a little late to start the ride.
Anybody else thinks so too?
Well see some people think its a little late but theres alot of other people ive rode with on here that we've rode back on 149 and it was completely dark when we got back...I'm just setting this up for the people that work in the morning or dont wanna wake up at 7 in the morning and go ride...and you people know who im talking about. But trust me there always seems to be more then 10 people that join and ride that late...late...what am i talkin about...3 is not late thats the best weather time and the brightest time of the day
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not to on your parade but... No I will keep it to myself
yeah 3 is a little late:icon_bigg
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i'd be willing to go. perfect timing, as I don't leave the shop til 2pm on saturdays.
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i'd be willing to go. perfect timing, as I don't leave the shop til 2pm on saturdays.
Exactly, see what im talkin about, you early mornin people are leaving alot of hard working people out lol
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Exactly, see what im talkin about, you early mornin people are leaving alot of hard working people out lol
Well you have a point there.

Its just that all the rides I've gone out on have been like a 10:00am meet and 10:30 kickstands up..
I usually ride alone anyways but never did the 149 ride. This Sat. aint to good for me ( son is in Tae Kwon Do competition team and 3 is right in the middle of it.)

Maybe next time
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Well you have a point there.

Its just that all the rides I've gone out on have been like a 10:00am meet and 10:30 kickstands up..
I usually ride alone anyways but never did the 149 ride. This Sat. aint to good for me ( son is in Tae Kwon Do competition team and 3 is right in the middle of it.)

Maybe next time
so like your son can whoop some a$$? thats cool lol
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Whys that? I've done it tons of times and its worked out great...just alot of other bikes but thats about it...but please explain
Traffic, traffic, squids, traffic, sightseers, traffic, police, did i mention traffic? Whatever time you chose to ride, ride safe.
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so like your son can whoop some a$$? thats cool lol
He is only 8 yrs. old but he is a big 8. I am 6'2" and momma is 5'10"

He has no problem winning his matches

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He is only 8 yrs. old but he is a big 8. I am 6'2" and momma is 5'10"

He has no problem winning his matches

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Thats cool...i was in karate when i was younger and it actually did somewhat help me with descipline and how to protect myself...now im older i just shoot the bad guy lol
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Traffic, traffic, squids, traffic, sightseers, traffic, police, did i mention traffic? Whatever time you chose to ride, ride safe.
thats ALL of HOUSTON in a quick sum up
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Thats cool...i was in karate when i was younger and it actually did somewhat help me with descipline and how to protect myself...now im older i just shoot the bad guy lol
:laughing6 :laughing6 :laughing6 :laughing6 :laughing6 :laughing6


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thats ALL of HOUSTON in a quick sum up
Your right on that!!


I rode last week during rush hour on I-10 east frwy and Beltway and it was jam packed!!

Kept me on my toes
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yup 3 pm is bad because if is sunny sun is low and can blind ya

if is a little wet pave wont hold as good as concrete pave (freeway)

also at that time theres more traffic than usual
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yup 3 pm is bad because if is sunny sun is low and can blind ya

if is a little wet pave wont hold as good as concrete pave (freeway)

also at that time theres more traffic than usual
your saying that cause you wrecked because the sun got in your eyes and you didnt know the road and about that 90 degree turn you went into too fast, not trying to diss you or talk sh*t but just stating the facts, i was there the day you wrecked on the turn, and that was gravel not wet pavement and it was around 5- 6 o'clock...so how you doin w/ your recovery? heard you were in mexico for a while?
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