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Old 06-16-2005, 06:48 PM   #1
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New to Houston, but not new to riding

Just moved back to Houston (grew up in sugarland) from Denver, and looking for people/places to ride. Is there any place in this city where I can actually sport ride!?
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Re: New to Houston, but not new to riding

Sport ride? Take it to the track.
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Old 06-16-2005, 08:24 PM   #3
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Re: New to Houston, but not new to riding

is there even a track anywhere in Houston? In Denver two beautiful super twisty canyons were one block from my house. You're telling me that all I'm capable of doing is posing in Houston?
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is there even a track anywhere in Houston?* In Denver two beautiful super twisty canyons were one block from my house.* You're telling me that all I'm capable of doing is posing in Houston?

Read in the Racers Lounge. Guys go to trackdays all the time.
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I see you joined from the link i gave you from gixxer.com
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Re: New to Houston, but not new to riding

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Just moved back to Houston (grew up in sugarland) from Denver, and looking for people/places to ride. Is there any place in this city where I can actually sport ride!?
Welcome to the board...!!!!

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Don't try to get this guy to hurt or kill himself man!
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Re: New to Houston, but not new to riding

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I see you joined from the link i gave you from gixxer.com
I'm starting to think it wasn't necessarily a good idea.......
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I'm starting to think it wasn't necessarily a good idea.......

How come?
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Re: New to Houston, but not new to riding

Ive seen you post in GDC, I posted this link several times in southwest forum.

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I see you joined from the link i gave you from gixxer.com
I'm starting to think it wasn't necessarily a good idea.......

well alot of joking goes on here from time to time(just to pass time) but in the event/meet sections at times there are some pretty good meets and rides.
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Re: New to Houston, but not new to riding

you moved back.... welcome. Where are you located at now? Im in Sugar Land.
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Re: New to Houston, but not new to riding

with a screenname like that YES ALL WE DO IS POSE!!! right:
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Re: New to Houston, but not new to riding

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with a screenname like that* * * YES ALL WE DO IS POSE!!! right:
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i think yall scared him off...

his story with the scrren name from gixxer.com says he has a old mustang that use to be from the police.
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Re: New to Houston, but not new to riding

What part of town are you in? There are plenty of nice roads around Houston for a spirited weekend ride. right:
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his story with the scrren name from gixxer.com says he has a old mustang that use to be from the police.

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Re: New to Houston, but not new to riding

Sorry, I don't have internet access at work and due to "unforeseen retardation" I had to work a 12 hour shift. I'm originally from sugarland, but I live on Westheimer near Hillcroft. po-po 5.0 comes from my stang which was a colorado state patrol car before I had it (and has a 5.0 in it). I'm DEFINETLY not a police officer, and am DEFINETLY looking for some twisties to ride!
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