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Old 05-11-2007, 07:21 PM   #21
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I got to agree with Sol.

i tend to be rebelious so i dislike people not being to say whatever...but on the real side...we are talking about peoples LIVES. not just theirs, but that of their families and friends.

unfortunatly, there are alot of people who are not only inexperianced, but also immature who are gaining an interest in bikes. the number is growing rapidly. without some sort of guidelines and moderation (<-keyword) this place would turn into something very ugly. over-excited youths ruining lives over stupidity.

...so lets all stop talking nonsense, and talk los into making another babe thread instead!
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Old 05-11-2007, 07:37 PM   #22
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I DO NOT CONDONE Excessive speed on a public road.... traffic present or not.

I DO NOT CONDONE stunting on a public road.... traffic present or not.
anyone who knows me knows i really dont hit excessive speeds, and i dont stunt... but i am for equal rights

so from what ive seen in the past week i see every thread about high speed street riding be whored by those who do not agree. and after some discussion being locked by mods.

as far as stunting (yes a lot of it is done in parking lots not but we all know everyone still beats up the streets) i see stunters being able to post whatever they want including pictures and videos. they even have their own section dedicated to this. i dont really see people on this board going in these threads and chewing them a new one, i appreciate this by the way.

i assume that everyone knows stunting, excessive speed, and other reckless activites on a bike are harmfull to the rider and the innocent bystanders. i do not see how we cater to some peoples "dangerous habits" stunting, highspeed rides on some twisties (which we all have recently seen the dangers of) and not allow others at all.

hmm all that was pretty repetitive.
oh and im not saying to block stunting threads. i love to watch them in person and on video.
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Old 05-11-2007, 08:42 PM   #23
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[quote=chasee69]anyone who knows me knows i really dont hit excessive speeds, and i dont stunt... but i am for equal rights

so from what ive seen in the past week i see every thread about high speed street riding be whored by those who do not agree. and after some discussion being locked by mods.

as far as stunting (yes a lot of it is done in parking lots not but we all know everyone still beats up the streets) i see stunters being able to post whatever they want including pictures and videos. they even have their own section dedicated to this. i dont really see people on this board going in these threads and chewing them a new one, i appreciate this by the way.

i assume that everyone knows stunting, excessive speed, and other reckless activites on a bike are harmfull to the rider and the innocent bystanders. i do not see how we cater to some peoples "dangerous habits" stunting, highspeed rides on some twisties (which we all have recently seen the dangers of) and not allow others at all.

hmm all that was pretty repetitive.


Pretty broad statement there junior.
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anyone who knows me knows i really dont hit excessive speeds, and i dont stunt... but i am for equal rights

so from what ive seen in the past week i see every thread about high speed street riding be whored by those who do not agree. and after some discussion being locked by mods.

as far as stunting (yes a lot of it is done in parking lots not but we all know everyone still beats up the streets) i see stunters being able to post whatever they want including pictures and videos. they even have their own section dedicated to this. i dont really see people on this board going in these threads and chewing them a new one, i appreciate this by the way.

i assume that everyone knows stunting, excessive speed, and other reckless activites on a bike are harmfull to the rider and the innocent bystanders. i do not see how we cater to some peoples "dangerous habits" stunting, highspeed rides on some twisties (which we all have recently seen the dangers of) and not allow others at all.

hmm all that was pretty repetitive.
oh and im not saying to block stunting threads. i love to watch them in person and on video.
I would tend to agree with you, and I don't think there is more than 3-4 people who are members of this board that NEVER break the speedlimit so I don't think your statement is too broad either.
I do appreciate the work that goes into this site, there is no question in my mind that the information passed around on here has helped more than a few people decide to become better, more responsible riders.........and people.
We do have to remember that this is a public forum, and can influence people BOTH ways. Chris and the Mods do a pretty good job of policing us, and lets face it, it's a pretty thankless job.........but neccesary.:eh:
My thanks go out to all of them, we have a of a site.
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I would tend to agree with you, and I don't think there is more than 3-4 people who are members of this board that NEVER break the speedlimit so I don't think your statement is too broad either.
I do appreciate the work that goes into this site, there is no question in my mind that the information passed around on here has helped more than a few people decide to become better, more responsible riders.........and people.
We do have to remember that this is a public forum, and can influence people BOTH ways. Chris and the Mods do a pretty good job of policing us, and lets face it, it's a pretty thankless job.........but neccesary.:eh:
My thanks go out to all of them, we have a of a site.

True, Clyde, but I gotta keep momma happy-she reads the forum from time to time.:BangHead:
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I hear ya......I had to stop showing my wife the vids, getting slapped in the back of the head just wasn't fun
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and i dont want to make another video.
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Old 05-11-2007, 09:21 PM   #28
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Old 05-11-2007, 09:30 PM   #29
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Old 05-11-2007, 09:37 PM   #30
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I remember the reputation of this board (and still there is) before I joined.
When I joined, I mainly did it to mess around with some friends here.
Just to kill sometime at work.

Over the year,
things changed quite a bit.
More and more started coming out to the track.
Having more and more positive influences to the board.
I give big props to Buck for this, forum supporters, trackday instructors and CMRA racers.

I'm not leaving you behind stunters.
You guys showed respect to public road, be responsible while you are having fun and showing some amazing skills.
Pleasure to see what else can be done on two wheels.

Over several loses we had lately,
I saw some amazing brotherhood (or sisterhood).

I can tell/feel things are changing in this board.
And we should continue it.
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what video? info please.

http://www.motohouston.com/forums/sh...ad.php?t=28866
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Old 05-12-2007, 10:44 AM   #32
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Old 05-12-2007, 10:58 AM   #33
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Hey Chris thanks for the post. I know I'm really new to this bike scene and this forum but when I met you last Wednesday at AMC I can tell you're a stand up guy. I'm glad to be a part of this board, I've already learned a lot and hope to take as much as I can away from here to have theb best time on my bike, while being safe at the same time.
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Hey Chris thanks for the post. I know I'm really new to this bike scene and this forum but when I met you last Wednesday at AMC I can tell you're a stand up guy. I'm glad to be a part of this board, I've already learned a lot and hope to take as much as I can away from here to have theb best time on my bike, while being safe at the same time.
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i agree you said it right, and out of all the web places to put up post's you manage this one very well!! Great comment about all that is going on.
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