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Old 11-09-2005, 09:48 PM   #81
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i'm done w/ you guys making fun of me... i'm going to go riding to feel better.. practice my u-turns.. try to do some endos.. some stoppies.. some wheelies... c-yall!
and another trashed brand new r6
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Old 11-09-2005, 11:05 PM   #82
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and another trashed brand new r6
Jen Be carful i don't want to loos another Brother or Sister R6 again.
but don't Worry Its hard to get it to make a U'e. I can do them but i prefer the driveway/Sidewalk trick you get more heads turing that way.
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Old 11-09-2005, 11:20 PM   #83
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pete was the 1st one to offer me some 'physical' help......
he wants to give you some physical help alright
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Old 11-10-2005, 01:58 AM   #84
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Jen Be carful i don't want to loos another Brother or Sister R6 again.
I was only joking about the endos, stoppies, and wheelies.. you'll never see me doing those. i won't even try.
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Old 11-10-2005, 02:03 AM   #85
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I was only joking about the endos, stoppies, and wheelies.. you'll never see me doing those. i won't even try.
thats wut every1 says then they end up doin them in the long run....haha but nice meeting ya tonight
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Old 11-10-2005, 08:14 PM   #86
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thats wut every1 says then they end up doin them in the long run....haha but nice meeting ya tonight

naw.. i'll pass.
it was good meeting you too.. tho i have to honestly say, I don't know who you were.. or anyone for that matter, well except the girls :eh:
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naw.. i'll pass.
it was good meeting you too.. tho i have to honestly say, I don't know who you were.. or anyone for that matter, well except the girls :eh:
i was the one on the red 05 r6
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Old 11-16-2005, 10:40 PM   #88
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or just throw your bike on the kickstand and turn it like that...

I did it!! I finally built up the courage and did it! It took me a while to pick up the back wheel and find the pivot point but once i got the front wheel up, the bike just went around. I had to do two 1/4 turns, but I turned it I didn't do a full 1/2 turn cuz i got scared of dropping the bike.. but just give me time.. I didn't have my gloves on so I got a little blister
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Congradulations, now just get the front up with out using the kickstand !
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r6's are easy to turn on the kickstand, should try it on a gixxer.
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Old 11-16-2005, 11:15 PM   #91
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r6's are easy to turn on the kickstand, should try it on a gixxer.
I heard they're bad...
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Congradulations, now just get the front up with out using the kickstand !
haha.. i definitely won't have the guts to do that!
Thanks for the congrats!
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Old 11-16-2005, 11:30 PM   #93
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I heard they're bad...
im a former pro and i only barly done it a few times.
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Old 11-17-2005, 03:24 AM   #94
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hey jen dont be discouraged about the u turns youll get it... im a noob too ask mikie6rr we went out to westhiemer last friday night and i was like a mile back on the way there and back.... Ba8tards cant wait for the noob... lol.. but it was a fun night for sure.. im still practicing the u turns too.. and take offs..
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I usually keep my foot down when U turning like I am on a dirt bike. Saved my a few times in parking lots.
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Congradulations, now just get the front up with out using the kickstand !
Thanks! I want to practice some more tonight but no one is around to help me pick up my bike if i drop it.. don't know if i can pick up my bike if i drop it - never tried.
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hey jen dont be discouraged about the u turns youll get it... im a noob too ask mikie6rr we went out to westhiemer last friday night and i was like a mile back on the way there and back.... Ba8tards cant wait for the noob... lol.. but it was a fun night for sure.. im still practicing the u turns too.. and take offs..
hehe.. take offs.. hehe.. i'm a pro at that.. ask anyone!
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Thanks! I want to practice some more tonight but no one is around to help me pick up my bike if i drop it.. don't know if i can pick up my bike if i drop it - never tried.
lay it over slowly in the grass and try to pick it up.
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lay it over slowly in the grass and try to pick it up.
good advice - that way i can practice picking up my bike w/o it getting scratched. i'll still need someone there just in case i can't do it! lol
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lay it over slowly in the grass and try to pick it up.
then if she cant her bike is stuck in the grass lol

you shouldnt have any problem getting it up i picked up my last bike that was about the same weight as yours and im pretty weak lol
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