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Old 06-24-2007, 09:58 PM   #141
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i had a bet with some of the SE guys that i could do it in less than 5 hours...

lets just say they dont talk about it.

keep in mind.. I'm not normal, they dont call me JC for nothing, and I'm really going to watch a movie now
i dont think this took five hours, 1) u already been doin BP staggards at faasters speeds

ADD UP ALL THE TIME IT TOOK FROM NOTHING TO IDLE WHEELIES

from barely liftin the front, to holding a wheelie, to BP wheelie, then slow wheelies , then bp idle wheelies

way longer than 5 hours........

both styles require skills that progress from novice to expert
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i dont think this took five hours, 1) u already been doin BP staggards at faasters speeds

ADD UP ALL THE TIME IT TOOK FROM NOTHING TO IDLE WHEELIES

from barely liftin the front, to holding a wheelie, to BP wheelie, then slow wheelies , then bp idle wheelies

way longer than 5 hours........

both styles require skills that progress from novice to expert

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Old 06-24-2007, 10:01 PM   #145
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clayton learned parking lot first buddy...
yeah but he didnt learn idle first
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I'm not a part of this argument and kinda think it's being overblown, BUT, Clayton, if you think that going fast on a track is easy, I think you are in for an eye opener on what it takes to go fast around a track.

I'll tell you what, I've got a racer, he has stunted a bit but it's been strictly highway stuff.
Before you call foul, I believe Maskale made an excellent point about at least having some familiarity with each discipline before making the jump to the next level.

So, how about this, you do 1:58's at TWS (Texas World Speedway), and he'll try a slow speed parking lot wheelie IF you're able to accomplish that feat.

The reason I say IF, is because you're the one setting down the challenge, so you have to be able to back it up first before my guy has to respond.

What do you say?

I'll pay for your track day entry
I'll provide the lap timer and set up your suspension for you, as well as give you some pointers on lines.

If you can run 1:58's at World, he'll do an idle wheelie on a stunt bike, within 3 hours of trying it.

Just let me know and I'll get it set up.

Keep in mind, this is not about me saying stunting is easy. If you check my earlier post in the other thread, I said that both stunting and racing require a lot of skill.
I respect both disciplines greatly, and support both by sponsoring several participants in each, including indirectly yourself.

However, I think you are mistaken if you think that you can learn to go fast that quickly, let alone make the statement that you can drop 5 seconds the 2nd time you go out.

Don't let the comments of a few ignorant people on both sides of the coin get you riled up and blur your perspective, further widening the rift.

As motorcyclists we have enough enemies as it is without fighting within our own ranks.
The good communicator puts it into words.
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clayton learned parking lot first buddy...
and i have much respect for anyone that can stunt or do fast track days
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clayton learned parking lot first buddy...
werd clayton had no clue how to wheelie lot or freeway when i met him
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Wading up the bike and himself is about a 98% possibility trying to accomplish a task like this. Some people just don't know about what happens on a track at these speeds.

Both aspects of the sports take a great deal of skill.
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go to www.stuntlife.com they have more members then mh...seems they like this so called "pain"

no, stunting is just easier to do and MUCH MUCH cheaper. Any of you stunters spend 300-400 (does not include the cost of repairs or maintenace) in one day stunting.
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EVERYONE THAT IS FIGHTING OVER THIS, ITS A POINTLESS ARGUMENT.


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let stunters stunt
let racers race

its that simple
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no, stunting is just easier to do and MUCH MUCH cheaper. Any of you stunters spend 300-400 (does not include the cost of repairs or maintenace) in one day stunting.
I don't see why this has to be my sport is harder than yours thread. Repairs is part of stunting...just like crashing your bike at the track is a part of racing. It is just as easy to hurt yourself at the track as it is in a parking lot. It takes and skill to race and to stunt. This should end because it is like arguing religion. There is not a clear "winner".
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