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Old 02-19-2009, 06:19 PM   #21
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Yeah, it is getting that time of year, when all riders are out there.
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Old 02-19-2009, 07:26 PM   #22
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I was reading a DPS report yesterday somewhere on the internet that most of the accidents every year comes from "returning riders" and not newbies. They said it is because alot of people like to take a break from riding either for personal reasons or colder temperatures; and when they get back on the road, they tend to be a little rusty. Thereby causing or being involved in an accident. Sounded fair to me.
Cause temps are warming up and knew they were alot of people that shy away from riding in the last couple of months on this site alone.
I 2 can see that point being valid!

Every year, this time of year, we get a slew of wrecks/deaths, I'm just tired of typing RIP
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Old 02-20-2009, 10:13 AM   #23
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That's why I ride throughout the year, unlike Sifu-TZ and Pete!

I lived in Med Ctr (Kirby and Holcombe) and could hear the runs on 610 by the Dome and Reliant. Wow, what a cool sound! Almost as cool as the track.

At work, 610 and Westheimer, across 610 from PP1, I hear the groups tearing off north and south bound, especially with the echo under 610.

It sux, my commute now is so short that during my ride home from work; PP1 is the halfway mark! I usually do a drive by @ PP1 just to check out the bikes.
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Old 02-20-2009, 10:46 AM   #24
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97.9 was talking about the loop today and how these motorcycle try to make it around in 10-12min.

A chick called and told them not to be putting in out there for everyone to know... (Was that you Candy?)

I live on the northside of 610@45 and hear them zing/zooom by till about 3am. Those guys/girls have big ones between they're legs.

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I think they call themselves the 610 boys and the only way to be in thier click is to do the loop
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I was reading a DPS report yesterday somewhere on the internet that most of the accidents every year comes from "returning riders" and not newbies. They said it is because alot of people like to take a break from riding either for personal reasons or colder temperatures; and when they get back on the road, they tend to be a little rusty. Thereby causing or being involved in an accident. Sounded fair to me.
Cause temps are warming up and knew they were alot of people that shy away from riding in the last couple of months on this site alone.
that sounds about right...
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97.9 was talking about the loop today and how these motorcycle try to make it around in 10-12min.

A chick called and told them not to be putting in out there for everyone to know... (Was that you Candy?)

I live on the northside of 610@45 and hear them zing/zooom by till about 3am. Those guys/girls have big ones between they're legs.

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i always heard it was in 8min they were even talkin about it just yesterday morning, i say that takes not only EXTREMELY wreckless driving but also very little to NO traffic to make it 8min or less

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I think they call themselves the 610 boys and the only way to be in thier click is to do the loop
was told it was the 8min Club, maybe 2 diff groups
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It was the 9min group, they were around a few years back, and all had a 9 on the back of their jacket or so i've been told, basically rolled in a line all the way around the loop in 9 mins, but when u do the math on the mileage around the loop plus the average speed, I found it hard to believe it was possible in anything less than 12
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