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Old 06-09-2007, 08:41 PM   #1
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Question Indian motorcyclists in Houston?

Im not tryin to be racially discriminative but just out of curiosity, how many riders on this forum are of Indian origin?

I know at least 5 people that I ve ridden with before...I dont think they are all on here... I was just wondering if there were more.:icon_smil

I have learnt a lot from this forum and I try to tell every motorcyclist i come across about it, and how much it has helped me. I could not possibly contribute to it even a fraction of what i have recieved from it. Keep up the great work everyone.

Thanks everyone. Keep it safe.
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Old 06-09-2007, 09:33 PM   #2
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your not referring to the red man are you?
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Old 06-09-2007, 09:51 PM   #3
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your not referring to the red man are you?

ummm :confused1 ... im not really sure who the red man is... so no :icon_smil ... from the sound of it, i wud like to know the red man though

Im Indian( originally from India ) and I was jus wondering if there were others like me who ride in Houston.
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Old 06-09-2007, 09:56 PM   #4
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unless you're talking about this red man

http://images.google.com/imgres?imgu...%3D1%26hl%3Den

my bad.. I should have been clearer in my first post... I went back and re-read it and i admit it could have been misleading.

I was referring to Indians from the country India (Asia) <- lolz ... just to be clear this time round...haha
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i remember going to ASI one day, and 3 indian guys showed up. this was when i was first learning to wheelie.

one guy had a gixxer 750, like a 04 or so...another guy had a ninja 250...dont remember the 3rd. they were trying to learn too. i gave whatever tips i could, even though i had only done a handful.

ill always remember that day, cause the guy on the ninja 250 popped the best (and only ) wheelies of all three of them! i was impressed!

i know at least one or two of them has accounts on MH, not sure if they still post.
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i know dude i was just yankin your chain
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No. I meant me.
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haha i dont think that was the response he was lookin for :laughing6
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Isn't paniro half Indian? Taj Mahal, not teepee Indian? Those folks from Kerala, southern India are pimps.
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ya, and Buck Nasty is like Iranian or Pakistani or Origami or something liek that



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