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Old 05-11-2007, 09:17 AM   #41
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I've run my bike over 250mph on a gps, [I]well over 250.[I]

No one died and no one was hurt to the point of going to the hospital because we rode smart and kept an eye out for each other, at the end of the day everyone made it home.

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That's oxymoronic and other kinds of moronic too. How do you suppose this stuff looks to mom and pop in the mini vans of the world?
The truth is that THEY are the ones who make the rules the minority groups (like motorcycles) have to live by.
They will keep restricting and restricting until we are all riding mopeds or worse. Take this to the right places and it can be actually safe.
If anyone thinks they survive stupidity of this magnatude because of skill, watching out for each other, or being careful they are deluding themselves.
This aint a video game and there aint no reset button if you up.
End of story, you know thats right so don't go hatin' on me for tellin the truth.
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Old 05-11-2007, 10:01 AM   #42
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Take this to the right places and it can be actually safe.
Nothing is safe about motorcycles.....you want safe? Get a big roll of bubble wrap, a helmet, and stay home. That's about as safe as it gets. :laughing6
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Old 05-11-2007, 12:42 PM   #43
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Nothing is safe about motorcycles.....you want safe? Get a big roll of bubble wrap, a helmet, and stay home. That's about as safe as it gets. :laughing6

While Jus10 is correct in the fact that motorcycling is very dangerous.

Everyone, let's please remember the context in which bumblebee and several others are speaking in.

Given the two following choices, and in consideration of Public Commuters on the road,

Which scenario is relatively safer:

1. A motorcycle travelling @ 200 mph at a closed track
2. A motorcycle travelling @ 200 mph on a public road

Not withstanding that all reputable track organizations have medical personnel on site and read to aid in the event of a crash.

The answer (should be) obvious to all.

That being: Take it to the track...

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