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Old 06-15-2013, 02:36 AM   #21
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Its also a place for countless wrecks due to poor road conditions and then also wait 1 hr for an ambulance to arrive to help. Based on your 3 month experience id be willing to be youll be down soon.

3090 is not a race track or fun road to push it on. Its slow sweepers where you can do 90mph turns while the same time praying the guy on incoming traffic sees you and stays in his lane.

People who claim this is better then the track are just cheap and stupid squids who dont think about their safety or others.

Go to the track and learn how to ride aggressive not on the streets......
Wtf.. Chill out hombre.

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Old 06-15-2013, 05:09 AM   #22
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Fox (patrick) understands what i'm trying to say....

dont tell me to "chill out" you dont know me and you obviously are a street squid who thinks pushing it on a public road is ok. that's fine become another statistic just pray you dont end up like poor Wolverine (Jim) it's a tragedy what happened to him he was a great rider and very safe rider on the track. now he's paralyzed....

so before you tell me to chill out why don't you go to the track and see what im preaching about instead of trying to be stupid on the streets.

I for 1 have ZERO desire to ever ride a bike on the street after being on the track and having a 120mph crash on the track and walking away and within 2 mins of me wrecking the ambulance was there to check on me only to find out i had a fractured finger 4 bruised ribs and sprained ankle.... go on the streets wreck at 120mph and see how you fare and also time the ambulance run to see how long it takes since that road is out in the middle of BFE is all i'm trying to say.

if you want to ride your ride that's fine just dont try to replace this road with a track b/c it is still a public road with oncoming traffic, loose gravel, animals, cops, driveways and other misc that will end in someonelse's demise...
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Old 06-15-2013, 08:16 AM   #23
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Fox (patrick) understands what i'm trying to say....

dont tell me to "chill out" you dont know me and you obviously are a street squid who thinks pushing it on a public road is ok. that's fine become another statistic just pray you dont end up like poor Wolverine (Jim) it's a tragedy what happened to him he was a great rider and very safe rider on the track. now he's paralyzed....

so before you tell me to chill out why don't you go to the track and see what im preaching about instead of trying to be stupid on the streets.

I for 1 have ZERO desire to ever ride a bike on the street after being on the track and having a 120mph crash on the track and walking away and within 2 mins of me wrecking the ambulance was there to check on me only to find out i had a fractured finger 4 bruised ribs and sprained ankle.... go on the streets wreck at 120mph and see how you fare and also time the ambulance run to see how long it takes since that road is out in the middle of BFE is all i'm trying to say.

if you want to ride your ride that's fine just dont try to replace this road with a track b/c it is still a public road with oncoming traffic, loose gravel, animals, cops, driveways and other misc that will end in someonelse's demise...
lol alright. Now your judging me?? Im a street squid? lol. I was just saying if people want to ride out there why do you care? I simply said "chill". For your info mr fast guy I actually have wrecked at triple digets on the streets before. And I dont ride the streets anymore partly because of it. But who are you to judge. Let them do what they do. We all did it. Who says you have to ride 120 on the street all the time?? Meet me on the track next time before your quick to judge mr super fast 337. And we can talk then
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lol alright. Now your judging me?? Im a street squid? lol. I was just saying if people want to ride out there why do you care? I simply said "chill". For your info mr fast guy I actually have wrecked at triple digets on the streets before. And I dont ride the streets anymore partly because of it. But who are you to judge. Let them do what they do. We all did it. Who says you have to ride 120 on the street all the time?? Meet me on the track next time before your quick to judge mr super fast 337. And we can talk then
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Every thrill has a consequence. Riders know this .. if they do not they are out of touch with the world. If someone wants to push it on the street its their choice. You do not have to have sympathy for them when they go down. Still their choice.
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Fox (patrick) understands what i'm trying to say....

dont tell me to "chill out" you dont know me and you obviously are a street squid who thinks pushing it on a public road is ok. that's fine become another statistic just pray you dont end up like poor Wolverine (Jim) it's a tragedy what happened to him he was a great rider and very safe rider on the track. now he's paralyzed....

so before you tell me to chill out why don't you go to the track and see what im preaching about instead of trying to be stupid on the streets.

I for 1 have ZERO desire to ever ride a bike on the street after being on the track and having a 120mph crash on the track and walking away and within 2 mins of me wrecking the ambulance was there to check on me only to find out i had a fractured finger 4 bruised ribs and sprained ankle.... go on the streets wreck at 120mph and see how you fare and also time the ambulance run to see how long it takes since that road is out in the middle of BFE is all i'm trying to say.

if you want to ride your ride that's fine just dont try to replace this road with a track b/c it is still a public road with oncoming traffic, loose gravel, animals, cops, driveways and other misc that will end in someonelse's demise...
Agree, but I want to add that Jim's crash was such a minor mistake that ended up almost taking his life. He was following too close to the rider in front of him and when that rider checked up, Jim choose the leave road to avoid hitting him. Any a rider that leaves the pavement on public roads the result is generally bad, especially bad when there are trees, ditches and driveways just off the side of the road. Jim was just enjoying a ride at the 70% rule. He is/was a good rider but just made a judgement mistake and now he wont be able to walk the rest of his life.

It doesn't matter how good a rider we think we are. We are humans and humans make mistakes. 3090 is not a good place for mistakes. If you choose to still ride on public roads you better on top of your game and leave yourself room for them. Not even 70% is enough.
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Every thrill has a consequence. Riders know this .. if they do not they are out of touch with the world. If someone wants to push it on the street its their choice. You do not have to have sympathy for them when they go down. Still their choice.
I agree that we as riders have to accept the risk. But when a experienced riders like myself see fellow riders dying, knowing that many are do to foolishness and novice mistakes it hurts. It hurts because me and guys like Mr. 337 know that if we could just get them to the track even for just few times maybe they would still be with us. After my first time to the track, it changed my view of riding on the street forever. Track time has likely saved my life. After my first crash on the track, it has almost made swear off the street but not yet. It just made me realize if things go wrong on public roads just how bad it could be.
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I miss 3090 and I've had several close calls out there. Street or track ride safe everyone. Make sure you wear gear!
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Agree, but I want to add that Jim's crash was such a minor mistake that ended up almost taking his life. He was following too close to the rider in front of him and when that rider checked up, Jim choose the leave road to avoid hitting him. Any a rider that leaves the pavement on public roads the result is generally bad, especially bad when there are trees, ditches and driveways just off the side of the road. Jim was just enjoying a ride at the 70% rule. He is/was a good rider but just made a judgement mistake and now he wont be able to walk the rest of his life.

It doesn't matter how good a rider we think we are. We are humans and humans make mistakes. 3090 is not a good place for mistakes. If you choose to still ride on public roads you better on top of your game and leave yourself room for them. Not even 70% is enough.
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Sounds fun racerxxx what lvl shall I go play in novice intermediate or expert ???

Moral of the story is im sick of people getting hurt on the streets where they push the limit thinking its cool and end up seriously hurt or hurting someone else. Ride to have fun not ride to end up in a cage with lights blaring.

Cullen can vouch how many guys have you had to try amd save on the streets?

Btw cullen how ya do this weekend wished my gsxr was finished this weekend so I could have raced NOLA :(
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I for 1 have ZERO desire to ever ride a bike on the street after being on the track and having a 120mph crash on the track...
Then don't ride the street but don't let the track give you a false sense of safety. A friend of mine broke his neck and another his pelvis on the track, plus you have some riders not following the rules and running into other riders. Lifeflight is not a stranger to the track.

No doubt most injuries are less severe and deaths almost nonexistent on the track, but it's far from perfect. There are plenty of crashes on the track and often they're someone else's fault.
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lol alright. Now your judging me?? Im a street squid? lol. I was just saying if people want to ride out there why do you care? I simply said "chill". For your info mr fast guy I actually have wrecked at triple digets on the streets before. And I dont ride the streets anymore partly because of it. But who are you to judge. Let them do what they do. We all did it. Who says you have to ride 120 on the street all the time?? Meet me on the track next time before your quick to judge mr super fast 337. And we can talk then

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Bevo I agree with people not following rules thats why im glad im fast enoigh to ride advanced/expert/lvl3 what ever org you go to. Its just race practice for me and others. We all know each others abilities there and trust the others. Very seldom do you any tyoe of contact in the top group.

Yes the track has many lifeflight runs your right on that mostly for minor stuff. Therr has been some really bad hisides at the track too.


My whole point im trying to express with my original point is "dont be stupid on streets and try to impress your friends you most likely will get hurt" even on the track trying to impress someone will cause crashes just on the track the meat wagon is 2 already there to help you.

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can anyone give an approx location of where it is, sorry if thats silly ive never heard of 3090 either
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thanx.......looks like ya'll are going to turn it into another RR...

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