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Old 04-03-2008, 09:36 AM   #61
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Please dont hate on the kid at least he was off the streets...... I left before this happend and I went down last night myself im pretty bad off I think the Arai helmet saved me. Thanks for everyone that helped me last night.
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Old 04-03-2008, 09:37 AM   #62
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Please dont hate on the kid at least he was off the streets...... I left before this happend and I went down last night myself im pretty bad off I think the Arai helmet saved me. Thanks for everyone that helped me last night.
Glad to hear that your ok bro!

Is the bike alright?
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Old 04-03-2008, 09:39 AM   #63
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I guess so I havent looked at it yet.
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Old 04-03-2008, 09:59 AM   #64
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ASI on a Wednesday night is not the place to 'learn' how to stunt.

I haven't been out there in a LONG time, but I remember it was the squids and their friends who fukt that place up for everybody else.

When people talk about taking it to the lots to LEARN to stunt, they aren't talking about that lot on that night - all you'll do is get in the way of people who know what they're doing, wreck your bike, get the cops and EMTs called and end up blowing the spot up.
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Old 04-03-2008, 10:06 AM   #65
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Look guys---the other night I got on Mala's phiddy---first time in a loooong time---didnt know her bike and the throttle response and pulled a 12 shifting to 2nd gear---next thing i knew---i was chasing the thing cause she has rollers on her 12 bar---i ended up somehow breaking my big toe doing this---but i got back up on it and tried again---i then went the other day last week and bought me my phiddy---i have learned my throttle response and my braking capabilities and can bust out some long wheelies and some bad azz endos---you fall and you get the fck back up and try again---thats the only way you learn---you can't be scared cause a fall---

so thank you Mala for inspiring me to stunt on phiddys---they are alot of fun and i have no regrets on buying mine


also---i was playing around on my R6 ever since i got it---just luckily never have taken a fall yet on it!!! it doesn't matter how you learn or on what you learn on---just that you learn if you want to!!!
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alright, maybe i was a little too harsh with my initial comment, and good on the kid for wearing gear, but people that are getting into this sport need to take it slow and realize that this can definetely fck you up if your not careful. i wish i could say "yeah, that kids got guts for trying stoppies", but i would be lying. most or all the seasoned pros have told me that stoppies are definetely not the trick to be trying if your starting out......
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So Del how mainy bikes did it take to figure that one out...lol j/k!!! I don't even like to attempt stoppies on the phifty to much since I have gone over the front several times. I didn't think people still went out there on weds nights.
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I missed this post, at least he was off the streets imagine what could have happend then......
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ASI on a Wednesday night is not the place to 'learn' how to stunt.

I haven't been out there in a LONG time, but I remember it was the squids and their friends who fukt that place up for everybody else.

When people talk about taking it to the lots to LEARN to stunt, they aren't talking about that lot on that night - all you'll do is get in the way of people who know what they're doing, wreck your bike, get the cops and EMTs called and end up blowing the spot up.
thank you......
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ASI on a Wednesday night is not the place to 'learn' how to stunt.

I haven't been out there in a LONG time, but I remember it was the squids and their friends who fukt that place up for everybody else.

When people talk about taking it to the lots to LEARN to stunt, they aren't talking about that lot on that night - all you'll do is get in the way of people who know what they're doing, wreck your bike, get the cops and EMTs called and end up blowing the spot up.

By the sounds of everyones comments, there is a new secret place, therefore, he would not be in the way of these so called "best of the best, that never fall #1 stunters". If everyone else left then why not learn there?
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By the sounds of everyones comments, there is a new secret place, therefore, he would not be in the way of these so called "best of the best, that never fall #1 stunters". If everyone else left then why not learn there?
oh, i'm sorry that i'm trying to look out for the interests of rookies wanting to get into this sport......shame on me....
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oh, i'm sorry that i'm trying to look out for the interests of rookies wanting to get into this sport......shame on me....

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By the sounds of everyones comments, there is a new secret place, therefore, he would not be in the way of these so called "best of the best, that never fall #1 stunters". If everyone else left then why not learn there?
Like I said, I haven't been in awhile, but ASI on a Wed. night, when I used to go, was a parking lot FULL of cars, with a hundred or more people milling around, with LOTS of bikes pulling WAY TOO FAST wheelies, stoppies 'n burnouts.

This is a place where someone trying to "learn" could very easily toss their bike into a car or a CROWD of people - or an oncoming bike.

It's a TERRIBLE place to "learn" to stunt ride.
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oh, i'm sorry that i'm trying to look out for the interests of rookies wanting to get into this sport......shame on me....
Now you're looking out for people? Earlier you were saying you were glad that this guy got a broken arm. right back at ya.
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Now you're looking out for people? Earlier you were saying you were glad that this guy got a broken arm. right back at ya.
I'm looking out for rookies who want to learn properly, not trying to "flatter" me with there skil, as u so eloquently put it......
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Like I said, I haven't been in awhile, but ASI on a Wed. night, when I used to go, was a parking lot FULL of cars, with a hundred or more people milling around, with LOTS of bikes pulling WAY TOO FAST wheelies, stoppies 'n burnouts.

This is a place where someone trying to "learn" could very easily toss their bike into a car or a CROWD of people - or an oncoming bike.

It's a TERRIBLE place to "learn" to stunt ride.
I wasnt knocken what you said. I was just saying it sounds like a lot of people went elsewhere. If that place is really that packed, I would never try anything there as a noob. I would be worried about fckn up someone elses sht.
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I wasnt knocken what you said. I was just saying it sounds like a lot of people went elsewhere. If that place is really that packed, I would never try anything there as a noob. I would be worried about fckn up someone elses sht.
yeah and if your doing fast wheelies sometimes people dont look before they ride out into the middle not really the safest place to be
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bottom line ASI isnt the place to "learn" to stunt ....

there are too many people out there and 1/2 the people who are trying to "learn" are endangering others with their inexperience.

yes it sucks he went down , but what would you be saying if he was wearing gear, in a parking lot trying to learn and his bike some how hurt or killed someone ? would it then be that other persons fault for being there when he was practicing in a "safe" parking lot ?

like cashtown said thats not the best place to learn. there is a time and a place for people to try and learn and ASI wed is not one of them. i dont know how many times ive seen joe almost get ****ed by some noob in that lot, BUT WAIT hes wearing gear in a parking lot so its ok right if he hits joe?
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