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Old 02-18-2008, 12:05 PM   #21
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610 is full of idiots, mainly on motorcycles. I don't ride 610, too much in the road, too many cracks and holes in the road, and too many idiots.
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Old 02-18-2008, 12:05 PM   #22
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I've seen A LOT of questionable riding on Houston freeways and usually I just shake my head and pray that they arrive home safely. However, today one rider did something that is not only unforgivable but made me hope that they lose their life before they take someone elses. I was on 610 about 4pm doing about 70 when a guy actually split the lane between my car and the car to my right!!! He wasn't swerving between the cars because we were side by side. He had on a black t-shirt that had a white picture of a wheelie on the back. There were three other bikes in this group, two of which had girls on the back. They were all wearing helmets (thank goodness) but the girls had no other gear on that I could see. To say that this episode scared the out of me is putting it lightly. The car to my right looked like it almost lost control and swerved into the far right lane. I am hopeful that this person is not a member here. If you are a member and are reading this I pray that you take this as a warning. You need to think about not only your life but the lives of others that you endanger with your poor judgement. That's all...end of rant. debra


WITH ALL THE DRAMA TODAY !!!! MAYBE HE IS A STUNTER !! STUNING THROUGH TRAFFIC & YOU CAUGHT HIM WHEN HE PUT HIS FRONT WHEEL BACK ON THE GROUND!!
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Old 02-18-2008, 12:29 PM   #23
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Always make sure the girls riding with you are geared up as well.
Bob is riding with Lashonda on the back, Bill is following on another bike.

Bob tries to wheelie on 288, he and Lashonda get thrown off. Bill runs over Lashonda.

Lashonda was not wearing a helmet and her skin was gone, don't know if she ever made it out of the hospital.

Bob should be thrown out of a moving vehicle with no helmet and no gear.

This kinda goes along with the other thread about doing stupid stuff on the road.
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Old 02-18-2008, 12:33 PM   #24
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Old 02-18-2008, 01:01 PM   #25
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That is one thing I do agree with if I ever have a passager they better minimum have a jacket and helmet (and a nice body) or they better find another ride. No exception unless their stuff get stolen while we are riding then they use mine. Can't see myself being responsible for someone else getting seriously hurt. So if I am riding stupid or brave (trying to drag knee, not to good at the stunt stuff) whichever you choose to pick I make sure I ride solo. One thing is for sure some people need to realize that there is a time and a place for everything and if you play it safe you won't have to learn the painful way that what you did was in the wrong place at the wrong time.
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