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Old 03-19-2009, 06:10 PM   #41
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Old 03-19-2009, 06:16 PM   #42
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wow, another busa bashing thread.... how original
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Old 03-19-2009, 06:38 PM   #44
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jajajajajajajajajajajajajajaja i think it was but he had busa jacket and every thing and it was a short ride too
did it look like this?
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I know that guy above...


Honestly, I dont speed on the highways. I'll be damned if I get pulled over or ticketed for speeding in a straight line when I am deserving of it for the chit we do on the backroads.

So generalize us all you want, its been done over and over. Please, pass me on the highway and tell your buddies later that night over a pint you smoked a busa on the freeway in a race since while you were downshifting I was giving the symbol I so often use w smaller bikes that think I want to race 24/7.

And then when you stack up the coins/ego/whatever you wanna call it, I'll blow your doors off in the corners and u'll have another story to tell as you cry in the shoulder of those same friends.


PS, the crotch has been tighter in my jeans since I lost my bike. The old advin is true. (maybe cuz I dont get off anymore when I ride? lol)
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And thanx guys for keeping an eye out; cannot tell you how much I appreciate it.
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Honestly, I dont speed on the highways. I'll be damned if I get pulled over or ticketed for speeding in a straight line when I am deserving of it for the chit we do on the backroads.

So generalize us all you want, its been done over and over. Please, pass me on the highway and tell your buddies later that night over a pint you smoked a busa on the freeway in a race since while you were downshifting I was giving the symbol I so often use w smaller bikes that think I want to race 24/7.

And then when you stack up the coins/ego/whatever you wanna call it, I'll blow your doors off in the corners and u'll have another story to tell as you cry in the shoulder of those same friends.


PS, the crotch has been tighter in my jeans since I lost my bike. The old advin is true. (maybe cuz I dont get off anymore when I ride? lol)


i miss mine too
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And thanx guys for keeping an eye out; cannot tell you how much I appreciate it.
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I know that guy above...


Honestly, I dont speed on the highways. I'll be damned if I get pulled over or ticketed for speeding in a straight line when I am deserving of it for the chit we do on the backroads.

So generalize us all you want, its been done over and over. Please, pass me on the highway and tell your buddies later that night over a pint you smoked a busa on the freeway in a race since while you were downshifting I was giving the symbol I so often use w smaller bikes that think I want to race 24/7.

And then when you stack up the coins/ego/whatever you wanna call it, I'll blow your doors off in the corners and u'll have another story to tell as you cry in the shoulder of those same friends.


PS, the crotch has been tighter in my jeans since I lost my bike. The old advin is true. (maybe cuz I dont get off anymore when I ride? lol)
What do you mean "lost my bike"? did something happen to the busa?
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dude... it was stolen
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dude... it was stolen

FAAAAAKKKK..... I hadn't heard about that. Hopefully he had insurance.... thieving bastards......makes me afraid to leave my sh*t anywhere....
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most busa riders i know are more laid back and like to cruise.
diddo. Most the crazies I see aren't on the 1000 cc. Seems most of the time its some inline 4 and for the most part in my riding/commuting I don't actually see crazy riders. I guess since I ride mostly during traffic hours the squids are hiding.
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its small syndrome. same thing happens with vettes and vipers. (and rustangs for the guys who can't afford more)
I think that the reason you see older peeps in the vettes and busas is not cuz of little but big wallets. We are the ones that can afford to buy high end toys.
Not having to ask your mommies to buy you a bike.
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I think that the reason you see older peeps in the vettes and busas is not cuz of little but big wallets. We are the ones that can afford to buy high end toys.
Not having to ask your mommies to buy you a bike.
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Old 03-20-2009, 07:46 PM   #57
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I think that the reason you see older peeps in the vettes and busas is not cuz of little but big wallets. We are the ones that can afford to buy high end toys.
Not having to ask your mommies to buy you a bike.


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