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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 03-19-2006, 11:29 PM Thread Starter
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Noobie need help(Part 2)

I have spent months mentally preparing myself for my virgin visit to PG and finally may be able to do so but I need some help from you guys here!

1) I need a suit & a pair of old boots. I'm 1.7m and weigh about 70kgs (Yeah I'm a short & fat fuck, but who cares right?). I could buy myself a pair of old boots if you have any as well. Size 42. Does anybody have anything they wanna clear their wardrobe at a bargain?

2) Tuition... is anybody here keen enough to bring me for a few orientation laps around PG and show me the finer points of riding well around the track?

Any help rendered is much appreciated!! Many thanks in advance.
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Don;t ride anymore otherwise i'd be willing to help. Let me check the boot store although mine are 43's

If you get stuck just get margerine to take you ( he might even have some army boots too )
just don't do anything he does on the track and you'll be fine

Had to use my step ladder to change a light bulb cos i don't get on with my real ladder.
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Don;t ride anymore otherwise i'd be willing to help. Let me check the boot store although mine are 43's

If you get stuck just get margerine to take you ( he might even have some army boots too )
just don't do anything he does on the track and you'll be fine

army boots!!! muahahahahahahah!!!

I still remember those good old days when I was prancing around the track in those boots! how much of knob was I? (still one apprently)

but I have been sorted for some time now. Got a pair of proper gloves, boots and leathers!

and FS....i will be glad to show you around the track....

I am really good at showing poeple the lines they should not take, the gears they should not be in, the bikes they should not be riding and the boots they should not be wearing!

Give a call if you want some real professional coaching!
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Now might be the time to chat up that bird from Glen eagles FS.
You'll could well be spending a bit of time with her soon.

The birds at Mount E are crap.

Had to use my step ladder to change a light bulb cos i don't get on with my real ladder.
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WHAT ??? .... oi furball ... you actually got a bike then is it?
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Eddy, you might wanna go to Cheong Aik at Desker Road to check out the apparels.

They sell pretty decent track boots labelled "Sigma".

Its about $165, good enough if ya on a budget.

For the Race Gloves, you be in for a pleasant surprise. Alphinstars used to have their gloves manufactured in PAkistan.

The Pakistanis who owns the factor makes his regular rounds to Singapore to offer Alphinestars gloves badge in Cheong Aik's own brand.

For the same thing, you pay $80. Quite brilliant actually.
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And their suits are made in Indonesia

Ask boycie about the stiching quality Think them use Balineese raffia for that

Had to use my step ladder to change a light bulb cos i don't get on with my real ladder.
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HE wore their leathers when he spill at PG T2?
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yes, they were Alpine Stars.....

and they ripped down the center!!!
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