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Old 03-02-2008, 11:46 PM   #81
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do you twist around everything that you hear, or is it just what you hear from me??

either way, i couldn't care less about all this , none of it's going to happen anyways.
, are you really that stupid???

i twist around all the retarded i hear.

and you are right. especially since it was moody that made it out to be something its not, and then all the idiots that took the bait.



something will happen. but all the talkers (not you) will either be there for it, or wont know till its over and done

you on the other hand.. will either be there to tell us to slow down on the track, or not be there because you dont wanna see us go fast.... :/:

i seriously dont understand your post about crashing. its clear that i will not crash on purpose, and i've said several times, i'm not going to get myself into a corner going so fast i cant get myself out of it on 2 or 1 wheel. i have also made it clear that i feel 100% comfortable going at the speeds that i go. if i didnt, i would think i was decent, i would think ", i'm going fast, but i feel like i'm going to wreck" but thats not the case.


now if i was outa control, i'd understand the fear of losing a lap or 2 while they picked up my bike. but that also, is not the case
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Old 03-02-2008, 11:48 PM   #82
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nope ralph bought one....i do's it big
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So is refusing to give it up.

If you keep looking in the pantry and finding out its empty, eventually you go to a restaurant.
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Old 03-02-2008, 11:49 PM   #83
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The turns are more like curves than corners except for a small section. I road the Sunday ride last about a month ago.

You've be to 3090 right? Its a short stretch but has a some corners on it. If you've rode both you should see what I'm sayin. But neither of them would compare to how technical the corners are of anytrack.
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Old 03-02-2008, 11:52 PM   #84
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Iunno really. I've always heard that if you learn on the street, it's ok. But that the track is where it's really at.....

Then again it's only my opinion......:dontknow:
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Old 03-02-2008, 11:54 PM   #85
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hey clay you know i support u and shyt so how about you support me just a little. Im rooting for u, so u can come to terms with ur skill but u think u could test that onix out for us. Just incase u do end up crashing, (hoping u dont and) i just couldnt think of a better opportunity. Goodluck out there on the 23rd man it wont be fukin easy
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The turns are more like curves than corners except for a small section. I road the Sunday ride last about a month ago.

You've be to 3090 right? Its a short stretch but has a some corners on it. If you've rode both you should see what I'm sayin. But neither of them would compare to how technical the corners are of anytrack.
i've rode bother many times. spent 6 hours around fayetteville today.

not as technical.... maybe at moderate speeds. at a .... how can i say this... well, you know what i mean. at that pace, most of the road from 331-949-that road between 949 and 1094 and all that until you get to fayetteville is pretty aggressive at high speeds. especially the raod between new ulm and fayetteville and the ont hat i dont know the name of between 949 and 1094
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hey clay you know i support u and shyt so how about you support me just a little. Im rooting for u, so u can come to terms with ur skill but u think u could test that onix out for us. Just incase u do end up crashing, (hoping u dont and) i just couldnt think of a better opportunity. Goodluck out there on the 23rd man it wont be fukin easy
test it, not on the track, i mean i will be wearing it fasho! the only reason i wasnt wearing it last time is b/c you had it but testing, we'll have to do that off the track. i cant be taking away from these people track time.
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Iunno really. I've always heard that if you learn on the street, it's ok. But that the track is where it's really at.....

Then again it's only my opinion......:dontknow:
FWIW, there is a BIG difference is what you will learn on the street and what you learn at the track. BUT, if you take your track progress to the right roads, you can have just as much fun, just not as safely.
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past my bedtime. goodnight all
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I DONT OWN A STREETBIKE NOR DO I RIDE ON THE STREETS. I HAVENT OWNED A STREETBIKE IN OVER 12 YRS. THE STREETS ARE JUST AN ACCIDENT WAITIN TO HAPPEN. IT MUST BE DONE ON THE RACE TRACK. SORRY CLAY
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Nice job Clayton. You were in the :53's when I left, so you got quicker in the afternoon today. I wanna get you on a real track bike soon to see what you can do.
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Nice job Clayton. You were in the :53's when I left, so you got quicker in the afternoon today. I wanna get you on a real track bike soon to see what you can do.
i cant wait to get on a real bike. its gona be awesome.

yi**y told me the same thing... "you need to get yourself a real bike"
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Old 03-17-2008, 05:39 PM   #95
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Good job Clayton. Consistent times.
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