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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 10-07-2003, 11:10 PM Thread Starter
 
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Raising hell??

i love to stunt in town, and weave in and out of traffic at high speeds when i leave town, anybody else like that?
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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 10-08-2003, 05:36 AM
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Now sly, you're gonna be a bad influence on todays youth

Seriously though, if i had a bike with a little more power, i'd probably do it too.

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nothings better than doing a rolling stoppie right in front of a donut shop...if you catch my drift

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I hear that those NC cops can be really hard assed...IF they can catch you!! Then again, I don't need to tell you that! Since I'm not that good at keeping them up, I keep my wheelies to a minimum in front of others. Looping it would be bad enough...add the humiliation of doing it down Main St?? not me...but they are fun!!!
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Uh, no.

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Definately not. What others might call "stunting" or "trick riding" was in dirt competition such as flat tracking, dirt hill climbing, moto cross, cross county, enduro, & the real task of doing the seemingly impossible was in Observed Trials. Never on public roads for what I competed in would be on private land or land given the okay for such forms of competition.
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Everytime I do that stuff my ball cap blows off even though I have it turned backwards.
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Everytime I do that stuff my ball cap blows off even though I have it turned backwards.
i know what you mean.

i have scars on my legs from burning my inner thighs while wearing shorts and doing wheelies back in June.






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i know what you mean.

i have scars on my legs from burning my inner thighs while wearing shorts and doing wheelies back in June.
Don't you hate it when, going commando, your sack slaps repeatedly against your leg or arse when you're standing the bike up? I suspect it's a leading cause of hemorrhoids. One solution is to ride in leotards.

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One solution is to ride in leotards.
do you recommend rainbow colors or leopard skin

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