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Old 08-25-2005, 05:45 PM   #1
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UH biker parking

Learn to fuking park!! NOOBS!!!!

so today a freaking cruiser and a fz6 parks diagonally. and as a result. only 4 bikes could park in a spot which usually fits 6-7.
as a result me and this custom cruiser ended up parking in the grass. after class it rained alil bit and my sank in the dirt. i felt like a car stuck in the mud. moving back and forth to get my out.
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Old 08-25-2005, 06:07 PM   #2
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Re: UH biker parking

yes that makes me , just the other day someone came in diagonally and front first and parked. guess they wanted to make it harder on themselves to back it up.
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Old 08-25-2005, 10:37 PM   #3
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seems like there is more bikes this yr.i hope to ride tomorrow but its just to hot for gear. cant wait til winter right:
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Old 08-26-2005, 12:51 AM   #4
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yea when i first started to ride it was hella hot in my gear, but since then i guess i got soo accustomed to wearing gear that i don't even think about leaving without a jacket, cuz i felt kinda weird without one.
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Old 08-26-2005, 01:05 AM   #5
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yeah maybe ill ride to school when its cooler. i dont really think people will appreciate me sitting next to them and smelling like sweat from my 40 min ride to school in the heat
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Old 08-26-2005, 01:10 AM   #6
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i rode to school 3 days outta the 4 already. I Love exiting scott, taking the light to cullen then to elgin, to spur 5 just for wheelie practice. then the stop sign they added in front of the rec is good for stoppies
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i rode to school 3 days outta the 4 already.* I Love exiting scott, taking the light to cullen then to elgin, to spur 5 just for wheelie practice.* then the stop sign they added in front of the rec is good for stoppies
i did a few stoppies on that sign
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*sigh* I am to scared to ride to school. They already tried at my bike, I dont want to lose my baby.
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i rode to school 3 days outta the 4 already. I Love exiting scott, taking the light to cullen then to elgin, to spur 5 just for wheelie practice. then the stop sign they added in front of the rec is good for stoppies
woot, making good uses of the roads. lol
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*sigh* I am to scared to ride to school. They already tried at my bike, I dont want to lose my baby.
yea i locked my bike down now since the incident. extra 30sec of hassle, but i guess its worth it. also maybe get full insurance on your bike if its only $150 or so more. really, if i had a new bike, i wouldnt mind paying $4-500 in insurance a year, incase it is trashed or stolen.
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yea when i first started to ride it was hella hot in my gear, but since then i guess i got soo accustomed to wearing gear that i don't even think about leaving without a jacket, cuz i felt kinda weird without one.
i m the same way.
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Old 08-26-2005, 08:35 AM   #12
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its too hot to wear a jacket in houston... i want to have prettty arms like Prodigy
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riding will be 10 times better when winter comes around
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