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Best Bike Vid Ever ... Remote R1 ...Brilliant !!!

Remote Control R1 .... and it still captures the joy of riding hahaha ... ferkin brilliant !!

http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...76824323355794
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Defintely creative and well shot as well. Didn't need to be that long. It was definitely entertaining.

'Tell the truth and shame the devil,' my mom used to say, but she forgot that sometimes you can't shame Mr. Splitfoot sober. The Irish know, but of course they're God's white ni##$rs and who knows, maybe they're a step ahead."

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Def. has the same level of talent as your typical R1 rider

Is it weird in here, or is it just me?
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Def. has the same level of talent as your typical R1 rider

"The good, & the evil; there never really is one without the other...!?"
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Def. has the same level of talent as your typical R1 rider
and is a lot quicker than any Suzuki

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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and is a lot quicker than any Suzuki
Well done BP ....

Now, GD, please I know you love your suzzie but this is the honest truth...

They did try and get a GSXR to work. Afterall, it is one of the most, if not THE most, successful model in bike history. They had lots of problems to overcome, like bad graphic choices and excessive weight but eventually they got it going ...

Then, the marketing department stepped in and politely pointed out that the R1 owner is the more decerning customer in biking .... and sadly the average GSXR owner does not know what "click on the link" means, and most think a laptop is cooler than a desktop, cause "it opens up like it has it's own side stand ... just like my gixxer ...SICK!!" ....

err ... the honest truth ...

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You two need to try a Suzy, and I don't mean leaning on it out the front of your local coffee shop!!!

Get one out there and do a few laps, once you go blue and black, you won't go back

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Suzuki's i've owned and ridden

RD200 Electric
GT 350
RL 250 ( borrowed for a season not owned)
T500

Gimme a Yam or a Kwak anyday



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What about since the second world war BP???

Making me feel young again...

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all the bikes are post WW2 GD . the fact that you lot had only just been let out of shackles and riding around on horse n carts is not my problem or fault.

here we go "the cricket" will come up soon.

I'm too busy enjoying the last months of the ENGLISH rugby World cup

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