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Old 11-28-2008, 12:53 PM   #21
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what all this talk about people having a death wish and thing like that. why dont wish the best for us , not death.we also dont make any one do any thing they dont want too.
Don't think anybody is *wishing* that you die, some people just don't deny the inevitable. Regularly pushing 200+ on a public freeway...

Good luck to you all out there, that's some wild chit.
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"And so, this tiny metal deathtrap becomes known as the ultimate form of freedom. Like a steampunk cyborg, man and machine fuse to make a symbol of what you can become when style and speed matter more than safety and efficiency. Is it any wonder that some people just get mad every time they see a motorcycle go by? Because it challenges everything they have, while proving to them that they donít have enough."
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Old 11-28-2008, 12:59 PM   #22
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Alternate between clockwise/counterclockwise to preserve tread.


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Nope. I quit at . Lol I think I was in 6th at that point. But there was a HUGE gap. One time is enuf. That's is yalls domain.
The actually represents a fwy. Not speed. But good thought Xing it out.
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Old 11-28-2008, 01:02 PM   #24
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So.....this is nascar for bikes
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it nothing like that
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Old 11-28-2008, 01:03 PM   #26
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The actually represents a fwy. Not speed. But good thought Xing it out.


I apologize dude, I was wondering how the fawk you went that fast! My mistake
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I apologize dude, I was wondering how the fawk you went that fast! My mistake
STFU NOOB
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it nothing like that
Don't kid yourself...same speeds, bigger track.
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The actually represents a fwy. Not speed. But good thought Xing it out.
thank you for that
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never thought i would read something like this from you cdill
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Don't kid yourself...same speeds, bigger track.
No Chris, it's totally different. There's no innocent people on the track in Nascar
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Well, yeh, that's true...lol
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I think yall are missing the point here. . .

SOMEONE NEEDS TO CHANGE MY SCREEN NAME BACK!
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I used to ride with a group of guys back in the mid 90's that started the 610 thing. out of all of them, around 30 or so, only 3 are still alive. and none of them ride. you can't run away from the inevitable. ride like that, and death will find you sooner or later. trust me, it's not if it's when. you WILL die riding like that. just hope you don't take anyone else out with you.
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all of them die while riding or doing the run around 610 or something else...
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if ur gonna go, might as well be before the slow, painful death of the economy causes hairloss and ur final mug isnt so asthetically pleasing for us.
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CDill was fine untl he got passed by a car. ba ha ha ha.
 
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I used to ride with a group of guys back in the mid 90's that started the 610 thing. out of all of them, around 30 or so, only 3 are still alive. and none of them ride. you can't run away from the inevitable. ride like that, and death will find you sooner or later. trust me, it's not if it's when. you WILL die riding like that. just hope you don't take anyone else out with you.
+1. IMO, don't the threads about fallen riders not effect you any? I mean t, at some point when you put RIP in those threads, do you ever think what someone will put in your fallen thread? About the crazy t you were doing right before the accident? Riding triple digits in traffic?

I never had to the chance to meet the fallen riders but when I see those threads come up and I put RIP in there, it makes me think about slowing down and not taking so many risk. When we pass caged riders in traffic lane splitting and 30+mph faster than them, do you not see that we put out a bad representation of sport bike riders?

I myself don't like see someone put themselves in that situation. Sometimes everyone just needs a wake up call before they end up getting their own Fallen Thread. The is a deception that you'll live forever. Just don't make it sooner than you wanted.
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