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Old 04-03-2008, 09:00 AM   #41
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GEE del! Can you teach me please! (Seriously) Anybody who could teach me and guarantee me not to fall if I follow your instructions perfectly deserves my money! I mean really - all I have to do is perfectly do exactly what you say the first time out - that sounds EASY!!!!! How much will you charge... and since you don't have a bike - you can use mine - since I know you won't drop it, cause of your experience and all.....

oh wait - dam - how many auto or bike professional racers have died doing their sport? Oh geez - wait... there have been people who were experts die because of a mistake they made.... oh no..... that means you are better than all of them too?????

Wow - your time must be SO VALUABLE as an instructor! What are you doing in Pasadena not riding, when you could be improving the skills of even today's professional riders and stunters????
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Old 04-03-2008, 09:01 AM   #42
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so ... does anyone on here know who the guy was?

I know his name, but like I said he's a young kid, 17, from what I understand.

All you guys that are ragging on him, you're not perfect, take a good look in the mirror I'm sure you took a few spills in your time as "non squid".
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Well, went out tonight with some friends and riding buddies. Decided to check out ASI, watch the stunts. Well there was a kid on a Red and GSXR 600(?) trying to do stunts. I'm not going to mention his name due to his age. Long story short the kid tried a stoppie and went flying over. He had all of his gear on thank goodness. The kid has a concussion and his left arm has a clean break. I managed to get his jacket off before his arm started to swell. I made a makeshift splint for his arm until he got to the hospital. I want to thank the people that helped me out with him in getting his jacket of and the supplies required for the splint, and to everyone that helped him stay calm.


I was told that the young man posts on MH. If he reads this; I hope you are ok and everything works out for you brother.

Please be safe out there folks!

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ehh, it happens, at least he was smart enough to stunt w/ gear. Ask Clayton how many times he has been smashed into mr. concrete while learning to stunt. fame don't come easy and glad he's ok.
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flame all you want. stuntriding is dangerous. thats why there are steps and methods in place to cut down on the danger factor. you can either choose to practice them or strike out on your own..... :dontknow:. the og's have paved the way and it's the newcomers like me and others that listen to these guys that didnt have anyone to teach them when they started out.
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exactly. big ups for ol boy for 2 reasons. 1. geared up-good job 2. in a parkin lot-and not on a public st. " can't make an omelette without breakin a few bones "
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i dont care. i speak on my behalf only. but what i do care about is noobs goin out there and tryin to show off and endangering my stunt friends all because they wanted to "flatter" them with they're inexperience. they are ways to go about learning. that is not one of them. if said noob would"ve takin the time to ask and learn properly he probably would have been at home in one piece, instead of his arm in 2
i would like to learn to stoppie my busa... can you teach me? i don't want to wreck it trying to learn stoppies
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yea del... but the kid just happen to wreck.... it happens.... everyone falls....

sometimes you just get a cut and sometimes you break a arm..... the kid had gear and was in a lot...

you dont even know if this was his 1st time doing a stoppie....

he might be pretty good and just lost one.....

no need to be glad that he broke his arm...
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lol....this thread makes me laugh. i never said that wrecking is not part of the stunt game, but if just a little bit of my experience can help a noob wreck light instead if hard, at least i felt like i did something to help him out
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I know his name, but like I said he's a young kid, 17, from what I understand.

All you guys that are ragging on him, you're not perfect, take a good look in the mirror I'm sure you took a few spills in your time as "non squid".
i gotcha ... just wanted to make sure it wasnt someone i know.

and BTW, Im not ragging on the kid at all ... I think he sounds smarter than most out there!
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lol....this thread makes me laugh. i never said that wrecking is not part of the stunt game, but if just a little bit of my experience can help a noob wreck light instead if hard, at least i felt like i did something to help him out
then it you should have been there to help him out... it's all your fault !!!

i know i've busted my on the 50... crashing is just part of learning to stunt... some circumstances just lead to worse crashes... a highchair crash can't be as light of a crash as a staggard wheelie... just part of it
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this thread needs to be locked AND DELETED.

f this bs.....why dont we post up a poll and see how many broken bones MH has gotten in the last year?

you outright admit he had gear on.....wtf man? happens.

YOU NEED TO BE LOCKED AND DELETED BISH!!!!

















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ok here is my take on this we have all made mistakes while trying to do something we are passionate about and no we dont always listen to what others have to say cause maybe we have done it before or for what ever reason. Me on the other hand i am scared to of stunting lord knows i would hate to hurt myself or my bike which may not be a big loss for some but i work hard for my money and its not easy to come by. As for the kid wearing his gear. I think that is awesome i see too many guys out at the stunt shows not wearing gear at all and it gives the young guys a bad influence but hey we have all done stupid things. But this kid was doing it right so let him be and if he wants to learn to stunt let him. And broken arm stunter if your reading this Cuddo's to you cause i have to say you have a bigger pair than i do.
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remember some of these guys think they just woke up one morning and just started excellence and nothing u say will make them wake up and realize that it takes time and practice something they have forgotten all about.
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i dont know that Poyo. maybe joe was out there giving him pointers, maybe not. but from all the wrecks, hard one's, out there that i have heard of, have been mostly from noobs. i dont know, maybe it's someone i know barely starting out, but i remember when i first started out, i learned on a fiddy before tryin on a big bike.......:dontknow:
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lol....this thread makes me laugh. i never said that wrecking is not part of the stunt game, but if just a little bit of my experience can help a noob wreck light instead if hard, at least i felt like i did something to help him out
then it you should have been there to help him out... it's all your fault !!!

i know i've busted my on the 50... crashing is just part of learning to stunt... some circumstances just lead to worse crashes... a highchair crash can't be as light of a crash as a staggard wheelie... same goes for stoppies vs. rolling stoppies... maybe he was trying something new and just busted his . i remember the first backflip on a dirtbike crash that i saw... tell me how a seasoned vet could crash that lightly, oh wait he was a seasoned veteran...just part of it i guess
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GEE del! Can you teach me please! (Seriously) Anybody who could teach me and guarantee me not to fall if I follow your instructions perfectly deserves my money! I mean really - all I have to do is perfectly do exactly what you say the first time out - that sounds EASY!!!!! How much will you charge... and since you don't have a bike - you can use mine - since I know you won't drop it, cause of your experience and all.....

oh wait - dam - how many auto or bike professional racers have died doing their sport? Oh geez - wait... there have been people who were experts die because of a mistake they made.... oh no..... that means you are better than all of them too?????

Wow - your time must be SO VALUABLE as an instructor! What are you doing in Pasadena not riding, when you could be improving the skills of even today's professional riders and stunters????
A new NW guy. You going to be drinking with us tonight?
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hey the guys ok right? besides a broken arm.. all that matters imo. none of this other bs.
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remember some of these guys think they just woke up one morning and just started excellence and nothing u say will make them wake up and realize that it takes time and practice something they have forgotten all about.
I did wake up and take an excellent this morning.
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