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Old 05-04-2005, 01:54 AM   #1
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This is truely all

Anyone heard of riding a stand up with out the back brakes operational?
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Old 05-04-2005, 07:16 AM   #2
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i never cover the rear brake when doin stand ups.. i like to rest my foot on the exhaust,,
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i never cover the rear brake when doin stand ups.. i like to rest my foot on the exhaust,,
I thought you didn't know how to wheelie? LOL
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Re: This is truely all

I rode with a guy last night that does that, but the guy is a squid so i hope he wrecks and dies. Apparently his brake lever completly broke off at somepoint.
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prodigy, those are pretty harsh words,, do we need to call you paneezy

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Old 05-04-2005, 11:00 AM   #6
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I thought you didn't know how to wheelie? LOL
i know how a little,, i like the high speed ones,, in high gears.. but i dont ride em very long.. and dont do them very often any more,,, when i had my 6 i always wheelied that thing


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prodigy, those are pretty harsh words,, do we need to call you paneezy

Im the person that A6d9g is talking about lol
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im lost now
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i was messin with him when i crashed the other day my rear brake lever snapped off and we were riding last night and i was doing stand-ups and stuff with out my back brake
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ok gotcha,,, im found now.
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Re: This is truely all

LOL...
i'm still trying to figure this site out.. how do i reply to a message with the quote still intact.. and also, for some reason, i cant get an avatar...

but that was funny abuot paneezy... does he even know about this site...???
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i'm still trying to figure this site out.. how do i reply to a message with the quote still intact.. and also, for some reason, i cant get an avatar...

but that was funny abuot paneezy... does he even know about this site...???

Get with it whitey !!! lol site is a tad bit different then VBulletin but easy enough to figure it out, and yes paneezy is also on here too.
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i'm still trying to figure this site out.. how do i reply to a message with the quote still intact.. and also, for some reason, i cant get an avatar...

but that was funny abuot paneezy... does he even know about this site...???
He changed his name over here because he got tired of people making fun of his name on H-I.
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....abuot paneezy... does he even know about this site...???
Trey: Yes, He's here but under another name...(I'm not a snitch....so I do not want to give him out), but if you pay attention to detail you will figure him out....

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Re: This is truely all

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i never cover the rear brake when doin stand ups.. i like to rest my foot on the exhaust,,
never mind doing stand ups, Do you go riding knowingly that your bike is not in sound mechanical condition?

Joe will logic ever provail? <---- True stunter huh! right: Dvd in the making so,
Support your local riders. what ya heard.......... its SHOWTIME!!!
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i never cover the rear brake when doin stand ups.. i like to rest my foot on the exhaust,,
never mind doing stand ups, Do you go riding knowingly that your bike is not in sound mechanical condition?

Joe will logic ever provail? <---- True stunter huh! right: Dvd in the making so,
Support your local riders. what ya heard.......... its SHOWTIME!!!
no i would never go do that knowing it's screwed up,,, NEVER. i have toooooo much to lose if something bad happens,, i dont take those kind of chances.,.. i have a mortgage, two kids, an ex-wife, a g/f and two car payments... so no chances are being taken here,, i love my kids and want to see them get thru college ...

oh, and i like this saying " what ya heard.......... its SHOWTIME!!!"
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i was messin with him when i crashed the other day my rear brake lever snapped off and we were riding last night and i was doing stand-ups and stuff with out my back brake
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I'm playin' ketchup on this site I just found it, but I have a question. Is there anyone that rides wheelies, and not pops wheelies, that covers or uses the back brakes on standups. I'm not talking about parking lot stuff, but freeway stuff?............ Just curious
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What's the rear brake for? lol
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