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Old 04-26-2007, 02:59 PM   #61
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I think racerx needs to just stop everyone he sees on a bike and ask "MSF?" but i hate to say this, but its a great weekend to get out and ride... and its the start of a new season.. noobs will be out in full force.. riding over what they have the experience to do.. and they will die or get hurt...

Just make sure that you guys take your local noobs under your wing and show them the ropes and really try to keep them in check for their own good. If you see a new guy in your area PLEASE stop him and get to know him and see what kind of riding experience he has, and then proceed to ask him if he wants to join you and some friends and take him under your collective wings.. and show the new guys what riding is all about.

Its not always about who can whip in and out of traffic the fastest. Or who can ride a wheelie for the longest. Its about having fun, hanging out with your buddies and enjoying the nice weather!

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Old 04-26-2007, 03:01 PM   #62
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Old 04-26-2007, 03:18 PM   #63
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I think racerx needs to just stop everyone he sees on a bike and ask "MSF?" but i hate to say this, but its a great weekend to get out and ride... and its the start of a new season.. noobs will be out in full force.. riding over what they have the experience to do.. and they will die or get hurt...

Just make sure that you guys take your local noobs under your wing and show them the ropes and really try to keep them in check for their own good. If you see a new guy in your area PLEASE stop him and get to know him and see what kind of riding experience he has, and then proceed to ask him if he wants to join you and some friends and take him under your collective wings.. and show the new guys what riding is all about.

Its not always about who can whip in and out of traffic the fastest. Or who can ride a wheelie for the longest. Its about having fun, hanging out with your buddies and enjoying the nice weather!

-Corey *Black 636*

Me,me,me......new to the game but all these crazy stories make me think twice bout if i really wanna do this, i will most def. be some1 .....cant ever learn all that there is to this sport and thats what i am here for, to do it the right way
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Old 04-26-2007, 03:58 PM   #64
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I'm thinking of selling the street bike and gettin a nice track bike... its just too tempting to nail it 1st through 6th and fly through the twisties. Riding like that (on the street) will kill u eventually... I'd prefer to live a while longer:icon_bigg
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Old 04-26-2007, 04:37 PM   #65
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I think racerx needs to just stop everyone he sees on a bike and ask "MSF?" but i hate to say this, but its a great weekend to get out and ride... and its the start of a new season.. noobs will be out in full force.. riding over what they have the experience to do.. and they will die or get hurt...

Just make sure that you guys take your local noobs under your wing and show them the ropes and really try to keep them in check for their own good. If you see a new guy in your area PLEASE stop him and get to know him and see what kind of riding experience he has, and then proceed to ask him if he wants to join you and some friends and take him under your collective wings.. and show the new guys what riding is all about.

Its not always about who can whip in and out of traffic the fastest. Or who can ride a wheelie for the longest. Its about having fun, hanging out with your buddies and enjoying the nice weather!

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Old 04-26-2007, 04:57 PM   #66
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Its all about restraint of that wrist.
And discipline of the mind..
I try to teach that to my kids on the little 50's cause they like to go WFO.
I try to help the kids I see out there on the streets riding like they want to die.
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Old 04-26-2007, 05:25 PM   #67
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I'm gonna take a wild guess here and say...you've never been down before have you? (I don't mean a little tumble or drop the bike, I mean eat , oh that hurt I can't move yet, oh wait I just woke up in the hospital and I'm here for a week kind of wreck)
i have and IT SUCKS LOL
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