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Old 08-04-2007, 10:14 PM   #1
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sux the guy got hurt. but...

a. dont try to stunt a harley
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b. read the comments on the youtube page. they got it right.
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what a phucking dumbass, too old not to know better, no gear ha ha

really i will never understand those guys
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I rode harley's since I was 12, it's a culture, not a hobby to them, to me that would be a guy whose been riding since he was a teen, and just ****ed up this time, but it comes with the territory. I still ride harley's and every time I get on a harley i'd rather wear my beanie helmet than a full face. But when I get on a sport bike or anything else, it's full face and full gear.

I respect Harley Heritage and what it used to stand for, people understood that.

You yet to realize that people who wreck or get hurt are still people like you, they just made a mistake. Everyone has family and it actually bothers me that people laugh at them. Recently we had 2 accidents that we've spoke about on our forums and no one flamed them for not buying better helmets or wearing full gear. I know some Harley guys are dicks, but sport bikes have their own dicks too ....



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freaking stunter wannabe's :laughing6

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even if was a brain bucket, need to wear something
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even if was a brain bucket, need to wear something
amen to that, also stunting in a parade is a no-no.

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so, the "harley heritage" means riding with no helmet? you said yourself that when youre on the hog you ride with only a brain bucket, but when on teh sport bike, you wear full gear. whats the difference? !! ill tell you what it is. its peer pressure. when YOU ride YOUR harley, youre desparately seeking acceptance so much that youre willing so risk your life as to not look like a sissy. grow up. only teeny boppers fall for that childish . i never tell people how to ride. my motto is "to each their own". but trying to justify why this guy got hurt is because its "heritage" is just plain fuken retarded.

seems to me that you choose the gear, or lack there of, based on the bike you ride. you do nothing more than to "accessorize". only women do that, and its with shoes and nails.
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so we still up for that ride you offered me? lol

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since he lives near me, he offered to go on a ride with me (probably show me the area) .... or does that still sound wrong too ?

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Old 08-04-2007, 11:24 PM   #15
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yah was a few days ago in my introduction thread ...... since you said you live up on dixie and work at the sonic on 35 .... bah nvm

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no but saying " the ride you offer me " does not...:icon_bigg
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yah was a few days ago in my introduction thread ...... since you said you live up on dixie and work at the sonic on 35 .... bah nvm

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hey man im always up for a ride. just want to make sure you were referring to me.
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no but saying " the ride you offer me " does not...:icon_bigg

how was that ghey? oh wait...you can smell your own, huh......:laughing6
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I rode harley's since I was 12, it's a culture, not a hobby to them, to me that would be a guy whose been riding since he was a teen, and just ****ed up this time, but it comes with the territory. I still ride harley's and every time I get on a harley i'd rather wear my beanie helmet than a full face. But when I get on a sport bike or anything else, it's full face and full gear.

I respect Harley Heritage and what it used to stand for, people understood that.

You yet to realize that people who wreck or get hurt are still people like you, they just made a mistake. Everyone has family and it actually bothers me that people laugh at them. Recently we had 2 accidents that we've spoke about on our forums and no one flamed them for not buying better helmets or wearing full gear. I know some Harley guys are dicks, but sport bikes have their own dicks too ....



Feel free to post after this and flame all you want, I wont acknowledge it.

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While I hate to see anyone injured, I disagree with you...

Is it really a mistake if they conciously decide not to wear proper protection? I think it's very poor judgment, but we can agree to disagree if you so chose.
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hey i remember azylum admitting himself as being ghey in a previous thread ..

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