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Yesterday, while sitting in the right hand lane at a stoplight, I see a guy on a Harley snaking his way through the stopped cages. I'm all the way to the left side of my lane, with a pickup to my left. The Harley guy squeezes in right between me and the pickup; I'm so close to the pickup that it makes for a really snug fit. Frickin' idiot. His bike is trashed, dented, torn, and road-rashed all over. He looks over at my bike and sarcastically says "Suuuper-haaawk", reading the decal on the fairing. I was surprised he could read. So, I lift my dark visor and lean over, look at the side of my bike, and, in my best 748_Abuser impression, say "Wow, well look at that!" It was at that moment that I noticed the guy was barefooted, yeah BAREFOOTED, and I started to laugh very loudly (I have never seen a barefooted rider before, hence the title). I wish I could have stopped laughing long enough to say "Nice toes." His only reply was a look of confusion and a thunderous roar of his potato pipes as the light had just turned green.

It takes all kinds, don't it? :D

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<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Aril, Helvetica, sans-serif">quote:</font><HR>"Suuuper-haaawk"<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

Dude, you don't need to bend the truth. We all know he really said "Huuuffffy" :rolleyes:

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LOL!

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<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Aril, Helvetica, sans-serif">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by RedNinja:
ROFLMAO

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It wasn't THAT funny. :D



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and we made fun of speedphreak combat boots. hey if it worked for fred flintstone.

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Its a bird! Its a plane! No, its Suuupper Haaawwwkk!!! :D :D

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:rolleyes: Now you done F4, you picked on Pete's bike. He'll be at the Honda dealer again tomorrow to pick up another new bike. I am betting on his next bike to be a BlaaaackBirrrdddd. :D

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nothing wrong with wearing combat boots.

the only bad thing is if you race with them, they are more likely to dig into the ground and tear up an ankle than a race boot, plus they're bigger, so if you have shifting problems, (like me, i have no feeling in my feet) my boots sometimes get in the way.


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yea, i think they are great on the street but when i race or do track days or even really aggresive street riding they touch down & dont slide smoothly.. they kinda grab which is scary. & from all the sliding ive done w/em they are very trashed.

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I like riding barefoot. That way when I get to the beach, I can just hop off my bike, since I'm already wearing speedos to protect my crotch and swim goggles for eye protection. Shoes, helmets, leathers are for suckers.
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<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Aril, Helvetica, sans-serif">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by inanima:
I'm already wearing speedos to protect my crotch and swim goggles for eye protection.

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Saw a guy Monday night on a full-dresser (?) wearing only a speedo. Still trying to recover (shiver)... :confused:


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So why is it only fat guys wear speedo's? They should be outlawed!!!!!



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