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Old 02-28-2006, 01:37 PM   #1
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Old 02-28-2006, 01:39 PM   #2
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they dont post here but i know them. whats up
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Old 02-28-2006, 01:42 PM   #3
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Just wondering if they post here.
One guy on a ninja had what apeared to be Fluffy ears on his lid
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Old 02-28-2006, 01:43 PM   #4
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..you got me...fluffy ears and all
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dont know him. i know a guy with 2005 honda cbr600rr tribal, guy with an older black honda f4i. and a 2005 blue and white gsxr 600. all work at momentum bmw . theres some other guys that work up there that ride also.
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and none of the ones i know have fluffy ears on their helmets :laughing6
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Old 02-28-2006, 01:45 PM   #7
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dont know him. i know a guy with 2005 honda cbr600rr tribal, guy with an older black honda f4i. and a 2005 blue and white gsxr 600. all work at momentum bmw . theres some other guys that work up there that ride also.
Yea, I saw the CBRRR and the GSXR leading ahead
They live out west?
It looked like they were coming from Katy
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some stay in alief but the others out on barker cypress I-10. they all started riding within the last month. i know them from highschool
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Old 02-28-2006, 01:48 PM   #9
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Not one of them was wearing a jacket. :/

Though it is getting warmer out. We'll tend to see this more now days
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yeah we rode to galveston sunday i told them they need jackets. and i no its not an excuse but i think they're all broke from buying there bikes
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They seem to all look out for each other when riding.
I was right behind them in my truck and made sure to flag them on when getting over.
I really like to see when riders look after eachother on these crazy roads
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yeah we rode to galveston sunday i told them they need jackets. and i no its not an excuse but i think they're all broke from buying there bikes
DEFINATELY not an excuse... if you can't afford to get all your gear along with the bike, then just wait heh. I bought my gear before i bought my bike a few years back. I did the same when i got my recent bike.

Anyways yeah, i see a lot of people riding without jackets or gloves and even wearing slippers... i even had one guy drop his icon helmet and didn't even look twice. He didn't even care that his helmet was most likely defective at that point... hope nothing happens to his ...
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Just wondering if they post here.
One guy on a ninja had what apeared to be Fluffy ears on his lid

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Anyways yeah, i see a lot of people riding without jackets or gloves and even wearing slippers... i even had one guy drop his icon helmet and didn't even look twice. He didn't even care that his helmet was most likely defective at that point... hope nothing happens to his ...
just cuz you drop your lid, doesn't necesarily make your lid totalled.

the only true way to tell is to send it back to the manuf. to get it x-rayed

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I f an empty helmet is dropped a few feet from a table top or the back of a bike onto a hard floor or pavement, the impact management is likely unaffected. The shell may be marred, even chipped but, in our experience, there would be no detectable effect in test results. Unless the manufacturer advises otherwise, one such simple fall is no reason to mistrust a helmet. Even so, such mishaps are to be avoided. Helmet damage is cumulative. A history of clumsy handling will destroy a crash helmet eventually.

Deliberate abuse is another matter. Crash helmets are inherently fragile, they protect by taking damage. An intemperate act may render a helmet useless. Anyone who abuses a helmet should be responsible to replace it.
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