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05-20-2005 08:01 PM
Unas_the_Slayer I've seen people wheelie an EX250. I'm sure they could loop it if that was their intention. You probably just need to clutch it then rip the throttle to the rev limiter and pop the clutch.
05-20-2005 07:02 PM
VoodooCFH Yeah your right it does sound better as a tale of squid stupidity.
05-20-2005 01:38 PM
Vash A starter bike is no cure for stupidity.



05-20-2005 01:33 PM
rooos me? i never said i could loop a 250. I meant, you could drive fast, fall down and die on a 250.
05-20-2005 12:40 PM
Vash Really? I want to see you loop a 250. I'll send you $100 if you can do it.



05-20-2005 12:31 PM
rooos that's a perfect example of an idiot, but not of why people should start small.

You can still die or get banged up on a small bike, if you have a squid ride it.
05-19-2005 09:33 PM
Juke'n round
Nice little story...

Sounds more like a squid story. I'm not sure it REALLY shows why people should start small. I bet you its not that hard to loop a small bike. I've seen 50cc bikes flip.

The story is an example of not respecting the bike. He figured he can ride dirt so he can ride on the street. Every bike is a little different. My 04 R6 might not ride/handle the same as the next guy with a 04 R6.
05-19-2005 06:30 PM
sidewaysducati
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Originally posted by whitelightning
And this comes from someone who is from Arizona.
I'm sorry but when its cold I leave the bike in the garage. My bike doesn't do so well on ice.
First off, I'm not FROM Arizona. Just because I'm here now doesn't mean I've been in the AZ bubble my whole life. I know what cold is.

Unless there is precipitation, real riders ride. End of story.
05-19-2005 02:50 PM
twist the wrist because he was arrogant, hahahahahaha look at you (pointed finger) hahahaha you still have some shit in your teeth.

Hey everyone look, it's Pee Wee on a big bike. Looks like he needs a vespa

but I do hope that the idiot is OK. Fact of the matter is that it's not cool when anyone crashes especially when they have never rode before. that when the ego is so big he doesn't realize that he has NO SKILL. and it's because of assholes like that, our insurance rates are high.

I'll give you a dollar if you kick him in the nuts for that stupid stunt.
05-19-2005 02:16 PM
endleswavz
makes my job.......

....that much more interesting........for me Spring and the new crop of riders equals job security!
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