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Old 06-05-2008, 03:03 PM   #101
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i started on an f4I and i am soooo glad i didnt go with something smaller. to me its fast enough to show you how a bike can be but small enough to learn what a bike should feel like when you ride it..... that may be confusing but i dont care. ive been riding 600s for 5 years now and im justgetting to where i want a faster bike. if i can just ride where ever wide open then its time and yes that time has come.
If you ride your 600 wide open everywhere, maybe you SHOULDN'T get a bigger bike.
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Old 06-05-2008, 06:15 PM   #102
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wonder how much tickets are for 120 in a 35, or wreckless driving ticket is?
let me guess, you never open your bike up on the street at all?

or you are one of those guys that only has a bike for the track? If so, thats your opinion.

Also 120+ in a 35 is no ticket or jail-time at all, most cops wouldn't even turn around. I've talked to cops before and most won't even turn around for bikes if they are going over 100mph (atleast this is what they tell me).

If he did by chance turn around, there is no way that cop is going to be taking 30mph turns at 100+, so its likely that you wouldn't even know you were being chased, even if you were going the speed limit it would take them awhile to turn around and catch up to you peroid. I'm not saying its smart to do this, but the cop has to be directly behind you with his lights on for it to be considered "running" or "evading" if you take off from him at that point.

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Old 06-05-2008, 07:21 PM   #103
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cornerwork for free tracktime FTW!!!
I've heard about this before, does MSR offer it? I'd be willing to CW for free track time. I plan on going out on sunday for the "Parade" laps to see what its like somewhat....will be my first time ever riding on a track.
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