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Old 12-11-2007, 12:16 AM   #21
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Old 12-11-2007, 12:20 AM   #22
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maybe........? lolz yessir it is.
<=== take a closer look at my bike, and maybe ull remember who i am. i rode with u on allenPkwy about a month ago. lol
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does any one have some tips for learning turns on alan? I want to drag a knee. I might try that on the clovers first though I herd its a better road to try that on.
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does any one have some tips for learning turns on alan? I want to drag a knee. I might try that on the clovers first though I herd its a better road to try that on.
Speed up, lean over, and attempt to drag. When you hit the right bump, at the right angle, your knees will drag... along with your elbows, your hands, your *ss, and your head.
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<=== take a closer look at my bike, and maybe ull remember who i am. i rode with u on allenPkwy about a month ago. lol
yeh your that guy that wanted to go ta that bar rofl jk jk
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does any one have some tips for learning turns on alan? I want to drag a knee. I might try that on the clovers first though I herd its a better road to try that on.
haha are you serious? Drag knee in the city? I wanna see this. Do that on the clovers on every single turn and I bet one corner will make u eat . Come on man... If you seriously want to go fast down that road, you will need to take at least 2 lanes up on memorial since one of them have a big gap in between the far left and middle. Grasp the tank with your knees as those bumps will buck you when you start going past 100mph. Coming down Alan, it's pretty smooth for the most part until the last corner before Shepard. There are grooves in every lane that will shake the bike. Oh and watch out for all the traffic thats out there and people coming onto the road. If you do try to drag knees in the corner, make sure someone records so you can watch the coolness later
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Speed up, lean over, and attempt to drag. When you hit the right bump, at the right angle, your knees will drag... along with your elbows, your hands, your *ss, and your head.
if your not an experienced rider whom has no helpful info there is no need to make up for it with sarcasm.
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if your not an experienced rider whom has no helpful info there is no need to make up for it with sarcasm.
It doesn't take experience to be a dumbass.... Dragging knee anywhere on memorial or allen pkwy = dumb dumb dumb!! :/:
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It doesn't take experience to be a dumbass.... Dragging knee anywhere on memorial or allen pkwy = dumb dumb dumb!! :/:
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lets try and drag our pegs on allen parkway!!! hopefully it will get hung up in a crack in the road! hahaha
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lets try and drag our pegs on allen parkway!!! hopefully it will get hung up in a crack in the road! hahaha
lol i have done that and spun around and started doing alan backwards cuz ima hard core mother ****er!
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I thought my info was helpful. As far as experience goes?.... Well OK kiddo, whatever you say.
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any way how fast do you think you would have to go to drag a knee on alan any way? I want to know so I have an idea when my knee should be touching down.. do you think is 90 or 95?
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any way how fast do you think you would have to go to drag a knee on alan any way? I want to know so I have an idea when my knee should be touching down.. do you think is 90 or 95?
Alan pkwy and memorial are straight as . Unless you are going through the clovers, u will not drag knee on the main road.
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You have a better chance of dragging knee on 610
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Alan pkwy and memorial are straight as . Unless you are going through the clovers, u will not drag knee on the main road.
hmmm some how I doubt that bc there are turns and if you go fast enough you should drag or get low enough to drag ya know. I could be wrong though.
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hmmm some how I doubt that bc there are turns and if you go fast enough you should drag or get low enough to drag ya know. I could be wrong though.
you are wrong.... You could easily go 150mph down memorial after shepard and before downtown but the bumps in the road kinda limit on how fast you should go. The only turns on Allen pkwy are when you go under the bridges and they still aren't that dramatic. If you are dragging knee then you are trying to hard. forbid if you are gonna try to drag out there, go do it on the clovers so you have less of a chance of taking anyone out acting stupid.
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you are wrong.... You could easily go 150mph down memorial after shepard and before downtown but the bumps in the road kinda limit on how fast you should go. The only turns on Allen pkwy are when you go under the bridges and they still aren't that dramatic. If you are dragging knee then you are trying to hard. forbid if you are gonna try to drag out there, go do it on the clovers so you have less of a chance of taking anyone out acting stupid.
Im sorry some jackass said something about memorial not me im talking about alan and the clovers I agree with you about memorial just not alan.
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