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Old 10-12-2005, 09:02 AM   #21
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maybe i shoulda asked if any one here had a big bike and took it to the track, i know u track guys love the light weight stuff and i agree with you , it makes sence but i guess i was really asking if any of yall were big bike riders and if they handled well at the track





is there even a big bike class for the track??????
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I think that's what we've been tryin to tell you.... We don't have those big bike per say but the answer is NO, they DO NOT handle well at the track. When you get to the straight you'll eat people up but wait till you get to turn one it will be a different story.
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Old 10-12-2005, 11:42 AM   #23
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i do get it......

de de deeee

like i said i just had not read of any u super cool guys mention them in the
threads, besides ur answers are good in that they are steering my oppinion towards lighter, faster, nimble.....

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lol, those harleys look a little out of place
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Old 10-12-2005, 11:18 PM   #26
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That Harley guy still has the panniers on his bike, wth.

At least the ST1100 guy took his hard bags off.
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That Harley guy still has the panniers on his bike, wth.

At least the ST1100 guy took his hard bags off.

lol I just saw that...
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