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Old 04-03-2008, 11:56 AM   #41
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Old 04-03-2008, 12:00 PM   #42
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all of you who have not mowed my yard or painted my house are noobs. with noob-.
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all of you who have not mowed my yard or painted my house are noobs. with noob-.
so get over here and prove your worthy of a new title.
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Old 04-03-2008, 12:18 PM   #44
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ppl stop being nubies when they stop acting retarded......lol, guess im still a newbie
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Old 04-03-2008, 12:26 PM   #45
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Old 04-03-2008, 12:54 PM   #47
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when ur done weaving through traffic at 100+mph, wheelies in school zones or nieghborhoods, u've prolly gone down at least once, and then find out about trackdays and really learn that ur skillz on a bike are not what u thought....ohh and u have to follow at least one racing series....i.e. wsbk,mgp,ama

ur not a noob...
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Old 04-03-2008, 01:40 PM   #48
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[Whats up Phil ... how've you been? Man, I thought about you the other day, I was going through the pics on my computer and I came across a pic of you with silly string all over your bald head and women all around you!]
Yeah, the Ladies LOVE silly string! Been busy as a at work. But all in all; I ride when I can. We all need to meet up again sometime.

As far as being a NOOB. You can call me a NOOB all day. Unless Valentino Rossi is talking....Anyone who says he or she is an expert at this ISN'T. Period.

There's one thing everyone here needs to remember. You can't be good at everything. If you're good at riding; you're and idiot at something else.
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Old 04-03-2008, 02:25 PM   #49
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2. have a lack of chicken strips
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4. and have owned Honda
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well there you go, you'll be noob forever with that attitude! F'in noob. with noob . no lube or doobs for you, until you stop noobin around scoob.


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If you ride exclusively on the street then you should have "chicken strips" - noob or vet.

I don't believe that well scrubbed tires on the street are indicative of anything other than the fact that one hauls too much on the street.
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you are no longer a noob when have:

1. buried a friend who passed on a bike
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4. and have owned Honda
Ha Ha! I like this one!
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Old 04-03-2008, 05:28 PM   #53
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Once you quit worrying about the chicken strips
And who is faster or slower
And what others think about you or your bike
And actually start enjoying riding, instead of what others think
And figure out the MSF and other schools are actually a good thing
And actually are comfortable on the bike and know what it is doing and will do

Then you are on the way out of "noob" status

Might be 6 months, might be 6 years, might be never

And then you might fall back into "noob" status... first group ride, first trip to the track, first time in some actual twisties as opposed to the Loop.. it never really ends if you are open to inputs, training and experiences...

True sign that you have passed out of "noobdom"? When you are riding with a new group and realize that they "ain't for you" and opt out rather than try to keep up and go past your knowledge/skill level.

Also called "maturity" in some circles.
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Old 04-03-2008, 06:10 PM   #55
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Old 04-03-2008, 06:16 PM   #56
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Old 04-03-2008, 06:41 PM   #57
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Once you quit worrying about the chicken strips
And who is faster or slower
And what others think about you or your bike
And actually start enjoying riding, instead of what others think
And figure out the MSF and other schools are actually a good thing
And actually are comfortable on the bike and know what it is doing and will do

Then you are on the way out of "noob" status

Might be 6 months, might be 6 years, might be never

And then you might fall back into "noob" status... first group ride, first trip to the track, first time in some actual twisties as opposed to the Loop.. it never really ends if you are open to inputs, training and experiences...

True sign that you have passed out of "noobdom"? When you are riding with a new group and realize that they "ain't for you" and opt out rather than try to keep up and go past your knowledge/skill level.

Also called "maturity" in some circles.
That's it right there. /lock and sticky his post, please.
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Old 04-04-2008, 12:11 AM   #58
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Once you quit worrying about the chicken strips
And who is faster or slower
And what others think about you or your bike
And actually start enjoying riding, instead of what others think
And figure out the MSF and other schools are actually a good thing
And actually are comfortable on the bike and know what it is doing and will do

Then you are on the way out of "noob" status

Might be 6 months, might be 6 years, might be never

And then you might fall back into "noob" status... first group ride, first trip to the track, first time in some actual twisties as opposed to the Loop.. it never really ends if you are open to inputs, training and experiences...

True sign that you have passed out of "noobdom"? When you are riding with a new group and realize that they "ain't for you" and opt out rather than try to keep up and go past your knowledge/skill level.

Also called "maturity" in some circles.
and the winner is..
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Old 04-04-2008, 07:20 AM   #59
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Once you quit worrying about the chicken strips
And who is faster or slower
And what others think about you or your bike
And actually start enjoying riding, instead of what others think
And figure out the MSF and other schools are actually a good thing
And actually are comfortable on the bike and know what it is doing and will do

Then you are on the way out of "noob" status

Might be 6 months, might be 6 years, might be never

And then you might fall back into "noob" status... first group ride, first trip to the track, first time in some actual twisties as opposed to the Loop.. it never really ends if you are open to inputs, training and experiences...

True sign that you have passed out of "noobdom"? When you are riding with a new group and realize that they "ain't for you" and opt out rather than try to keep up and go past your knowledge/skill level.

Also called "maturity" in some circles.
Yeah, very well put.
About sums up this thread...
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I agree with everyone, even the guys that said f**K it just ride... Everytime we do something stupid while on the bike we learn from it, well at least most. I guess i'll always be noob (student) to riding...peace
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