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Old 04-28-2008, 02:31 PM   #21
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keep the bikes both of them. when my grandpa died he gave me his truck right before his death and i will never sell that truck. keep bikes. buy dirt bike and learn in the dirt.if u fall or crash it wont matter if u mess up the bike cause it will be a beater bike. and dodging traffick and trying to learn to ride aint a great combo. in 20 years you will prolly still be adding to those bikes and will a cool memorial to ur friend. just my 2 cents.
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Old 04-28-2008, 03:26 PM   #22
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keep the bikes both of them. when my grandpa died he gave me his truck right before his death and i will never sell that truck. keep bikes. buy dirt bike and learn in the dirt.if u fall or crash it wont matter if u mess up the bike cause it will be a beater bike. and dodging traffick and trying to learn to ride aint a great combo. in 20 years you will prolly still be adding to those bikes and will a cool memorial to ur friend. just my 2 cents.
Probably one of the best ideas I've heard yet! I'm in the Galleria so there's not a lot of places to ride dirt bikes/motards. But it's worth a shot to look into!
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