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View Poll Results: what would be a perfect first bike ?
2001 R1 1 12.50%
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CBR 1000 RR 3 37.50%
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Old 06-15-2005, 03:00 PM   #21
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Re: what would be a perfect first bike

just get a busa
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Old 06-15-2005, 03:05 PM   #22
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Re: what would be a perfect first bike

u guys r so negative geeeee. worse case ur gonna die, u can be driving ur bike and suddenly the tire blows u will die, why do u even drive a bike?

i have higher chances to come home safe admitting then im a new rider driving safely, stay with the speed limit instead of thinking that im rossi like some guys (not pointing to anyone).... go do 140 mhp on the highway?


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u guys r so negative geeeee. worse case ur gonna die, u can be driving ur bike and suddenly the tire blows u will die, why do u even drive a bike?

i have higher chances to come home safe admitting then im a new rider driving safely, stay with the speed limit instead of thinking that im rossi like some guys (not pointing to anyone).... go do 140 mhp on the highway?


i love doing 170+ on my R1
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Old 06-15-2005, 03:07 PM   #24
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Re: what would be a perfect first bike

no busa too heavy, i like r1 super light.
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Old 06-15-2005, 03:08 PM   #25
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no busa too heavy, i like r1 super light.
busa is super fast though... i love riding the busa
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Old 06-15-2005, 03:10 PM   #26
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carbon how long u've been riding and what do u ride
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Old 06-15-2005, 03:13 PM   #27
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u guys r so negative geeeee. worse case ur gonna die, u can be driving ur bike and suddenly the tire blows u will die, why do u even drive a bike?

i have higher chances to come home safe admitting then im a new rider driving safely, stay with the speed limit instead of thinking that im rossi like some guys (not pointing to anyone).... go do 140 mhp on the highway?


No, the worse case would be ending up a vegetable or paralized. Dieing would be a blessing compared to that.
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Old 06-15-2005, 03:16 PM   #28
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in that case godski i will be screwed big time lol...
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carbon how long u've been riding and what do u ride
been ridin since 97', started out on an F2 rode for a couple years then got a gixxer6 for about a year, something happend so i layed off for 3 years, then got the R1, but in between i would take some rides everyonce in a while,.,,
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in that case godski i will be screwed big time lol...
Have you taken the MSF course yet? If you haven't, do it. If you have, take the advanced course.
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Re: what would be a perfect first bike

what year is ur r1
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in that case godski i will be screwed big time lol...
Have you taken the MSF course yet? If you haven't, do it. If you have, take the advanced course.
i havent taken any of them and dont plan on it either,, been riding all my life pretty much... dirt/ street . much like most everyone else.
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Old 06-15-2005, 03:21 PM   #33
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Re: what would be a perfect first bike

im taking it this weekend i will pass blindly. And if i dont U GOT MY PROMISE im selling the R1 and i will buy a scooter hahaha.
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im taking it this weekend i will pass blindly. And if i dont U GOT MY PROMISE im selling the R1* and i will buy a scooter hahaha.
yeah, i dont believe you on that one
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im taking it this weekend i will pass blindly. And if i dont U GOT MY PROMISE im selling the R1* and i will buy a scooter hahaha.
Then you can change your name to BUTTERCUP!!!!!!!

Good Luck to you.....and don't forget to turn your head. You'll understand when you get there.
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i will sell it on the board on monday.
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in that case godski i will be screwed big time lol...
Have you taken the MSF course yet? If you haven't, do it. If you have, take the advanced course.
i havent taken any of them and dont plan on it either,, been riding all my life pretty much... dirt/ street . much like most everyone else.
Do you do any track days?
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im taking it this weekend i will pass blindly. And if i dont U GOT MY PROMISE im selling the R1* and i will buy a scooter hahaha.
Then you can change your name to BUTTERCUP!!!!!!!

Good Luck to you.....and don't forget to turn your head. You'll understand when you get there.
:laughing6: Buttercup

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maybe i will do my first wheely at the msf lol j/k
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maybe i will do my first wheely at the msf lol j/k
they give you extra 10 pts. for wheelies at MSF
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