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Old 08-06-2018, 06:12 PM   #41
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So Iím confused. Grandpa Harley rider was or wasnít part of the initial ride?

So you are making a blanket rule that the entire biking community canít pass the Morgster?

Lost I am.

Iíll just enjoy another Gin.
This is what happens when you draw your own conclusions with no knowledge. The harley guy was not part of our ride he just passed us on our way to Yankees.
If you read my thread post it will become perfectly clear about the No passing.
As usual i understand your pot stirring for your entertainment and will continue to play along with you...lol
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Old 08-06-2018, 06:19 PM   #42
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This is what happens when you draw your own conclusions with no knowledge. The harley guy was not part of our ride he just passed us on our way to Yankees.
If you read my thread post it will become perfectly clear about the No passing.
As usual i understand your pot stirring for your entertainment and will continue to play along with you...lol
So the new rule is for you not to chase grandpa riding Harleyís?

Guess Iím slow.

Or you chased Harley grandpa and one of your pupils overcooked a corner because you werenít around to moderate because grandpa Harley bated you.
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What if there is a Honda Shadow grandpa next time? Or some Mad Max guy
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Exact same set up as my old bike it made 300 hp on the turbo and we spray them with 100 shot except my old bike was a 10 inch tire bike and this bike is a 12 inch tire. Itís good for 4.80ís in the 1/8 mile
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When it's just Keith and I out riding like last Saturday he is welcome to chase down as many harleys as he wants. Lol.

I'm going to ride my ride and if someone on a Harley or a Ruckus passes me then so be it. I'm riding my ride, they are riding theirs.
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When it's just Keith and I out riding like last Saturday he is welcome to chase down as many harleys as he wants. Lol.

I'm going to ride my ride and if someone on a Harley or a Ruckus passes me then so be it. I'm riding my ride, they are riding theirs.
And Iím sure you wonít be on MH posting ďnew guidelinesĒ about it.

Iím still lost on the point of the thread. But it was good fun poking Morgster.
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I would have to post "sweeper guidelines". Lol

We all know there have been incidents on group rides, whether minor or major, that spur these threads. Keith has always had the integrity and dignity not to post the details for public display or ridicule.
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And Iím sure you wonít be on MH posting ďnew guidelinesĒ about it.

Iím still lost on the point of the thread. But it was good fun poking Morgster.
As you are on most every thread posted...if you look closely almost every post here has had nothing to do with the actual thread...since you very seldom ride with us it may seem that way...here is the best way i can describe most threads...
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As you are on most every thread posted...if you look closely almost every post here has had nothing to do with the actual thread...since you very seldom ride with us it may seem that way...here is the best way i can describe most threads...
Yea yea yea, something happened. We all get that. Comes with the territory when you invite Joe Public every weekend.

But you did jack your own thread. Stop bullying grandpa Harley riders!

Iíd say a verbal to the offending party might of been more constructive than this thread. Also perhaps your preride speech expectations might need better communicated?

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Nice.. but what about passing other groups that have the same safety guidelines?? Lmbo


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Yea yea yea, something happened. We all get that. Comes with the territory when you invite Joe Public every weekend.

But you did jack your own thread. Stop bullying grandpa Harley riders!

Iíd say a verbal to the offending party might of been more constructive than this thread. Also perhaps your preride speech expectations might need better communicated?
Due to your infinite knowledge of everything would you personally show up for our pre-ride meets?
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Due to your infinite knowledge of everything would you personally show up for our pre-ride meets?
Hey bud, get your panties out of a bundle.

Most of us are still trying to figure out wtf this thread is about.

I just think you are getting cranky.

TBH, unless Iím taking my kids out for a lunch, your rides are a bit boring and large for my comfort level.

I like my small group of advanced age old men whom ride with zero drama.
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Hey bud, get your panties out of a bundle.

Most of us are still trying to figure out wtf this thread is about.

I just think you are getting cranky.

TBH, unless Iím taking my kids out for a lunch, your rides are a bit boring and large for my comfort level.

I like my small group of advanced age old men whom ride with zero drama.
The purpose of my thread was to inform riders joining our group what to expect when they come out...you generally annoy me because you have absolutely nothing to add that directly involves the thread...generally known as a pot stirrer...since you dont attend our rides this thread is mute to you but im sure you will continue to add useless info....im not mad i just understand your tendencies
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The purpose of my thread was to inform riders joining our group what to expect when they come out...you generally annoy me because you have absolutely nothing to add that directly involves the thread...generally known as a pot stirrer...since you dont attend our rides this thread is mute to you but im sure you will continue to add useless info....im not mad i just understand your tendencies
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Unfortunately Iíve been quite busy to pot stir. From previous history you tell everyone about quitting, getting upset with low turnout, etc etc. I was just cheerleading you back to Zen.

Dont worry Morgster, Iíll make my obligatory three ride a year in your group. Iím due for #2 of the year. And Iíll give ya a big fat hug just like you like. And cop a lil feel on the left cheek.
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Hey bud, get your panties out of a bundle.

Most of us are still trying to figure out wtf this thread is about.

I just think you are getting cranky.

TBH, unless Iím taking my kids out for a lunch, your rides are a bit boring and large for my comfort level.

I like my small group of advanced age old men whom ride with zero drama.
Fuc-king Internet rambo..
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Keith posted this thread because he GENUINELY cares about people that ride with him.

He wants everyone to have a blast, but also come home safe.

If you look at the number of rides, number of riders, many new, Keith has the safest ride record of anyone I've ever met. Hands down.
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