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Old 06-18-2005, 12:01 AM   #21
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Re: New to Houston, but not new to riding

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Old 06-18-2005, 07:17 PM   #22
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Re: New to Houston, but not new to riding

Welcome.. i used to hit the twisties all the time, but heat is just to much to bear
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Old 06-18-2005, 07:51 PM   #23
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Re: New to Houston, but not new to riding

twisty roads?? chekc out this vid.

here's one http://www.putfile.com/media.php?n=D...8-05_The_Wreck


go to the track. if you make a mistake it's not nearly as costly. Just my 2 pesos......
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Re: New to Houston, but not new to riding

Ok, honestly guys. Enough with the "don't sport ride you're going to die" comeents. They're completly unecessary, and after the 4th one, not very well recieved.

As to that video..........he crashed. Are you trying to tell me that at the track there's no end to the tarmac, and he wouldn't have gone down? Or that the bike would have magically not been up? Maybe the bike wouldn't have been beat up as bad, but since you can't see the extent of the damage, who knows. Sure that could have been a right hander and he could have slid into oncoming traffic, but I'm dumb enough to take the risk. Now if I could only covince someone to stop telling me that I'm going to kill myself (which sadly sounds very similar to the flak I took just deciding to buy a sportbike oh so long ago) and start telling me where the rides are around here.....
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start telling me where the rides are around here.....
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Old 06-18-2005, 09:48 PM   #26
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Re: New to Houston, but not new to riding

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Old 06-19-2005, 01:54 AM   #27
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Ok, honestly guys.* Enough with the "don't sport ride you're going to die" comeents.* They're completly unecessary, and after the 4th one, not very well recieved.*

As to that video..........he crashed.* Are you trying to tell me that at the track* there's no end to the tarmac, and he wouldn't have gone down?* Or that the bike would have magically not been up?* Maybe the bike wouldn't have been beat up as bad, but since you can't see the extent of the damage, who knows.* Sure that could have been a right hander and he could have slid into oncoming traffic, but I'm dumb enough to take the risk.* Now if I could only covince someone to stop telling me that I'm going to kill myself (which sadly sounds very similar to the flak I took just deciding to buy a sportbike oh so long ago) and start telling me where the rides are around here.....
no i'm saying at the track you won't be going over the double yellow line like him and possibly in to oncoming cars or other bikers. and the same corner he his bike in at the track there's no mountain waiting for him and his bike to hit when he comes off. there's this thing called run off. run off is made for when you up and crash or jsu trun off the track there's nothing there to hit unlike "sport riding" and hitting trees deers mountains and gawd knows what else when you run off the road.

just my 2 is all.
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Re: New to Houston, but not new to riding

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start telling me where the rides are around here.....
you think youl'll be able to hang with posers? try racer road and crabb the grauate to the 610 in 15 minutes.

we use to ride alot but since summer I (the pro rider captain) havent had time to get he crew motivated to ride. our posing time also has been cut down drasticaly.
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start telling me where the rides are around here.....
you think youl'll be able to hang with posers? try racer road and crabb the grauate to the 610 in 15 minutes.

we use to ride alot but since summer I (the pro rider captain) havent had time to get he crew motivated to ride. our posing time also has been cut down drasticaly.
You're lazy and i don't think your care about promoting the biker image we like to ruin by just looking too good standing next to our bikes.
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Re: New to Houston, but not new to riding

There wasn't enough properly spelled words in that post. Consequentially I have very little clue what you were trying to say to me. It sounded like maybe you were talking , but I'm not sure. Want to run that through spellcheck, and try again?
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There wasn't enough properly spelled words in that post.* Consequentially I have very little clue what you were trying to say to me.* It sounded like maybe you were talking , but I'm not sure.* Want to run that through spellcheck, and try again?
sorry this not being work related i don't run spell check. I definately wasn't talking . if that's what you got out of it (or maybe got out of it) it was because you wanted to get that out of it. Like it said at the end of my post that was my 2 cents. to me street riding is chilling out cruising and chatting up your mates at the local stop. IMO it's not about trying to go fast and push your bike and yourself.
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There wasn't enough properly spelled words in that post.* Consequentially I have very little clue what you were trying to say to me.* It sounded like maybe you were talking , but I'm not sure.* Want to run that through spellcheck, and try again?
yaeh, you're welcme to come on are rides with some attititude like that.

its the internet so if you tkae yourself seriusly online than your lame. e-gansta rite hurr talking . welcmoe back to houston :biggthumpup:
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Re: New to Houston, but not new to riding

by teh wya teher is a sutdy frmo an uvineristy prvoign thta no mahter hwo teh lettres aer arrangde, yuor brian wlli udnerstnda teh mssessega.


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St3ph3n, Nice avatar :biggthumpup:
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St3ph3n, Nice avatar* :biggthumpup:
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Re: New to Houston, but not new to riding

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by teh wya teher is a sutdy frmo an uvineristy prvoign thta no mahter hwo teh lettres aer arrangde, yuor brian wlli udnerstnda teh mssessega.


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Yep tis true. I think the mind only cares about the first and the last letter of the word and in between it can be all jumbled up. I cant recall who researched that.
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Re: New to Houston, but not new to riding

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sorry this not being work related i don't run spell check. I definately wasn't talking . if that's what you got out of it (or maybe got out of it) it was because you wanted to get that out of it. Like it said at the end of my post that was my 2 cents. to me street riding is chilling out cruising and chatting up your mates at the local stop. IMO it's not about trying to go fast and push your bike and yourself.
I'm serious! I had no idea what he was trying to say, but it sounded like he was talking . A very valid assumption since 90% of the replies to this thread have been such.
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I'm serious!* I had no idea what he was trying to say, but it sounded like he was talking .* A very valid assumption since 90% of the replies to this thread have been such.
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sorry this not being work related i don't run spell check.* I definately wasn't talking . if that's what you got out of it (or maybe got out of it) it was because you wanted to get that out of it.* Like it said at the end of my post that was my 2 cents.* to me street riding is chilling out cruising and chatting up your mates at the local stop.* IMO it's not about trying to go fast and push your bike and yourself.*
I'm serious!* I had no idea what he was trying to say, but it sounded like he was talking .* A very valid assumption since 90% of the replies to this thread have been such.
DUDE, you cant get upset at things said on here unless you're in a heated convo like Shaik and Stephen were,, its just a bunch of talking here, no big deal..
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