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Old 11-13-2014, 11:45 AM   #21
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I feel the same way watching anything. It all gets boring after Awhile unless you are doing it.
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Old 11-13-2014, 11:53 AM   #22
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dbuck! youve rode with the young inexperienced grubz
AND I'd do it again in a heartbeat. Peeps with wheelie control and squids missing BP and riding them out to redline are 2 different things. Much love grubz! I dig!
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Old 11-13-2014, 11:53 AM   #23
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wouldn't that go for riding regular or going to the track? it's been the same for years. Not fun unless your doing it. street riding is street riding, straight line.. parking lot stunts advance every year, you just don't know what to look for
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wouldn't that go for riding regular or going to the track? it's been the same for years. Not fun unless your doing it. street riding is street riding, straight line.. parking lot stunts advance every year, you just don't know what to look for
Valid points. I was referring more to the spectator aspect relative to professional stunters. As a spectator, I have grown bored with the same stuff being done over and over. I actually do know what to look for, and I have noticed what you call advancements, but to me they aren't enough to get me excited any longer. It's like watching a NASCAR race....only exciting when someone crashes. LOL
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Old 11-13-2014, 04:55 PM   #27
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that was a pretty stupid comment lmao. stunt riding evolves more and more every DAY. the stuff we see now wasn't even thought of, or deemed impossible a few years ago. sure, a spreader looks like a spreader no matter whos doing the spreader. but have you seen stuff like the stoppie 360s? track riding is the most boring to watch videos of. unless you are there, you cant comprehend how fast someone is truly going. same with stunting.

I did a few wheelies over the weekend with these guys, but the level of skill these fellas have is retarded. unless you were there, you have no idea how awesome it was to see in person.

what ever happened to true motorcycle enthusiasts? you know...the ones who appreciate ALL aspects and disciplines of riding, not just one? Stunting takes sooo much skill and dedication to learn. not a lot of people possess that kind of drive for ANYTHING in this world anymore.

im not saying that everyone should give stunting a try. well. maybe on 50s cause that's a little more modest. but these guys are nuts, in a good way. the riding community needs these guys whether some of you like it or not.

the people we really need to kick in the shins are people with motards who ride like they are on a street glide.
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This is the first year stunters from all over america came to houston to ride .. we have our own scene and it's growing , for sure it keeps me out of trouble so I love it. I probly stunt streets one day out the week and at the stunt spot more of the time .. real stunters aren't bad it's the squids with 90 mph wheelies that make us look bad .
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stop watching videos and do it for real. that's what riding is about, not trolling on the internet. just cause you've seen ''the same thing a million times" doesn't mean it takes any less skill.
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that was a pretty stupid comment lmao. stunt riding evolves more and more every DAY. the stuff we see now wasn't even thought of, or deemed impossible a few years ago. sure, a spreader looks like a spreader no matter whos doing the spreader. but have you seen stuff like the stoppie 360s? track riding is the most boring to watch videos of. unless you are there, you cant comprehend how fast someone is truly going. same with stunting.

I did a few wheelies over the weekend with these guys, but the level of skill these fellas have is retarded. unless you were there, you have no idea how awesome it was to see in person.

what ever happened to true motorcycle enthusiasts? you know...the ones who appreciate ALL aspects and disciplines of riding, not just one? Stunting takes sooo much skill and dedication to learn. not a lot of people possess that kind of drive for ANYTHING in this world anymore.

im not saying that everyone should give stunting a try. well. maybe on 50s cause that's a little more modest. but these guys are nuts, in a good way. the riding community needs these guys whether some of you like it or not.

the people we really need to kick in the shins are people with motards who ride like they are on a street glide.
glad you had a good time this weekend and awesome words buddy
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Old 11-13-2014, 05:01 PM   #31
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No problem grubz, im glad I was able to make it out for the fun. time for me to learn how to do those boring 1st gear wheelies for miles that apparently everyone knows how to do lmao
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I have a great respect for the amount of skill it takes to control the bike like that, and am always impressed by people who do it well. I'm not completely on-board with the freeway stunting, but like Tmax loves to say, "ride your own ride".
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damnn awsome videooo me myself wish i had the to try the stuff they do its truly amazing
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the real problem riders are the Rossi wannabes who go 150+ weaving in and out of traffic. no one really condones highway stunting, but I assure you seeing it firsthand, it was really not any more dangerous than it needed to be. and you cant ALWAYS have fun without breaking some sort of traffic law lol.
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That being said. If I see this in person I'm running y'all over with my truck for endangering me.
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You aim the truck at me, I've got 16 hollow points for you. Its a wheelie dude. Don't be a stupid cater fucktard. A wheelie is not intentional vehicular manslaughter like you just stated you would do. I am in awe right now at your stupidity and ignorance.
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I retract that. trolls lol.
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