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Old 02-18-2008, 12:54 PM   #81
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I have to agree with Joe, and Del. When I first started riding I would take my gs500 out and wheelie down the road. I never considered myself a stunter, you can try to classify by definition but doesn't make it true. Freeway wheelies are nice to see, but you see so mainy people doing the same oh sit downs and staggers that makes it looks like anyone can do it.
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Old 02-18-2008, 12:56 PM   #83
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Hey gixxerbill, did you and Racer X forget to take ya'lls geritol today? :dontknow:
Oh that is coldhearted :/: but at least I know how to use a dictionary and understand it. I can't help getting older at least I refuse to act like it(poor racerx) . Btw I use to tear up the freeways with Mike Jones & Jordo back in the day when it was not so taboo as it is now. They were my inspiration to learn freeway wheelies.
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Old 02-18-2008, 01:04 PM   #84
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Oh that is coldhearted :/: but at least I know how to use a dictionary and understand it. I can't help getting older at least I refuse to act like it(poor racerx) . Btw I use to tear up the freeways with Mike Jones & Jordo back in the day when it was not so taboo as it is now. They were my inspiration to learn freeway wheelies.


.....just messin geezerbill......


But cereally? Yes, I do agree with a wheelie being a "STUNT", but going as far as to say people doing wheelies down the freeway "STUNTERS", sorry buddy, that dog dont hunt in my book.....
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Old 02-18-2008, 01:36 PM   #86
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Never said I havent but im tired of everyone assuming a wheelie is a stunt I bet you all are the same riders that sit on your gas tanks while your goin down the freeway
lol me no i dont stunt or so anything stupid, i occasionaly speed , but thats a given, i want to learn to stunt, and sittin on a gas tank is gay, im not some 18 year old kid who got nothing better to do, i ride everyday rain or shine and know alot of riders, not sayin you but about most of them as soon as they can bring it up, they wait to ride with a bunch a bike then show off on the freeway and eat there ,
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[QUOTE=del240z;1024780].....just messin geezerbill......


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Ok. I feel better know. And before you know it you will be 43 and some whippersnapper is going to hassle you on motohouston. Did you ride with Jordo this weekend on 50s supposably my daughter went to hang with them somewhere in Houston.
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the guys pulling wheelies pay taxes(and according to the fedral highways and transportation act) that makes them as entitled to be on that roadway as anyone in a car as long as they have their registration up to date....
Your rights as an individual only extend to the point where they infringe upon another person's rights.

Thus using a road legal vehicle does not allow one to be a .

Yeah we all have our pet peeves and none of us is completely innocent.

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.....just messin geezerbill......


But cereally? Yes, I do agree with a wheelie being a "STUNT", but going as far as to say people doing wheelies down the freeway "STUNTERS", sorry buddy, that dog dont hunt in my book.....
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So both according to webster are stunters. One set have more skill the other sets faces more dangers. Maybe there should be a new categories labled to each. One parkinglot stunters the other fwy stunters then people would know who is what and what is what.
1 group would be categorized as Pro or Amatuer level Stunters;

the other would be categorized as Squid Stunter Wannabes.

Much the same as Pro/Amateur Racers vs. Squids in general.
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Try doing a freeway wheelie at a Stunt Comp and see if you win........

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XDL is March 22 for those on here that think there standup wheelies make them a stunt rider
I'm sure as **** no stunter, but I would say that a stand-up wheelie on the freeway is a stunt, a weak- one, but still a stunt.

Like Clayton said, a stunter is someone who can do more than one stunt, for entertainment, with a degree of consistency.
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