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Old 06-12-2007, 05:58 PM   #81
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I agree on the liter part. I do have to say though, he rides it like he knows it will kill him, which is a great thing. He had no problems staying at the back. The second time around when it was just me, Riaz, and him he had no problems falling back anytime he doesn't feel 100% comfortable. I've told him from the get go that if he isn't comfortable, then don't do it. He knows there's no trophys at the end of the day.
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Old 06-12-2007, 06:02 PM   #82
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absolutely right. but in my defense, that double yellow line was about a mile and a half long.

As long as you know that it was wrong, so that the children do not make the same mistakes you did
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Old 06-12-2007, 06:15 PM   #83
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It is a matter of safety.

It does happen but it doesn't hurt pointing it out to a fellow rider to maybe not show it on a public vid. We do want to set good examples, don't we?

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Im all about setting a good example, But I know that 90% of us has done the same thing, if not worst at one point in time or another. and yea it shouldn't be put on a public vid, that was asking for it.

And this isn't my first rodeo, this is my second R1. I take it slower than most and I like to be as safe as possible. Every time I get on that bike the first thing that runs through my head is that this might be the last time I do that or anything else for that matter. As im riding i think about that and think about what is going on and what can happen. The video proves that it takes a split second and things can almost go horribly wrong.(car swerving on 288) and I sit at work looking up crash video's all night(cause i have nothing to do) and think about how i ride and how they ride and try to learn what not to do. Safety is always my first concern, and I feel that we had a pretty safe ride. Everyone was watchin out for eachother(thats proven by one rider finding a nail in another riders bike before they did). I just hope we can keep up good morale for the next ride.
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