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View Poll Results: hooliganism
Yes, thats what motorcycling is about 88 75.21%
No, Why i would never! 29 24.79%
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Old 01-10-2011, 10:25 AM   #61
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Old 01-10-2011, 10:40 AM   #62
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Originally Posted by zerobounds View Post
after you commute long enough you get really jaded to moronic cagers and intolerant of traffic and it all just leads to hooliganism to some extent. personally i think theres functional hooligans using obscure methods to get around town and outright jackass hooligans doing wheelies, burnouts, WOT all the time and stuff like that.

for instance i split lanes all the time, hop curbs, park illegally, constantly ride over the speed limit but i never do wheelies, burnouts, 120+ (cept once i topped the bike out just to see what it would do. capped at 155), attention- revving, etc..
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Old 01-11-2011, 10:50 PM   #63
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I never go over the speed limit, however I have been know to occasionally rev my engine at a stop light. I know it is dangerous but I just love the rush.
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Old 01-12-2011, 10:05 AM   #64
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not to be mr buzzkill, i use to avg 90-100 on i-45 and ocaasionally drag race on open roads,but after getting hit from behind,then realizing just how lucky i was/am,no more acting like a hooligan. before my accident,the cops would show up and make sure i wouldn't do something stupid...oh and the shiney bracelets the cops let you wear do not feel me!!! wasn't arrested,just detained...
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Old 01-12-2011, 10:41 AM   #65
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One time I was feeling really outlaw & rode my bike 2 psi less on my back tire.
Man , did I look cool & bad riding like that.
I even got it up to 1 mph over the posted school zone.
Chicks though I was so hot.
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Originally Posted by timistim View Post
I never go over the speed limit, however I have been know to occasionally rev my engine at a stop light. I know it is dangerous but I just love the rush.
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Old 01-12-2011, 12:52 PM   #67
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lets be honest you cant resist putting your machine to its/your limits at least 2x its just the nature of both beast pusshed my 6 to 145 a time or two on a nice day with lots of road in front of me and little to no traffic, and im maybe probably more than likely the safest rider you will ever meet

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