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Discussion in 'Crazy-Awesome almost Dakar racers (950/990cc)' started by Jolly705, Jul 24, 2006.
Looks like you were lucky. That could have really hurt.
wet leaves scare me no matter where they are.
glad you walked away from that one!
in the hot 2012 Italian summer...
well............... another scar in the tank
todo lo que no te destruye, te hace más fuerte
estoy mas fuerte.
shit man!! how did you do that?!:eek1
Special tool for the G-Spot!
I entered my first Super moto race this weekend. Held at the county fairgrounds, it was much more open than a typical sumo track, with plenty of spots to open the big twin up. The problem quickly became overwhelming the brakes. During practice I managed to boil the rear brake and turn the rotor blue.
It was a two hour endurance race for charity. Our team had four guys--Only one of us had any experience road racing, On a GSXR1000. The other three guys ran a 520exc with a sumo wheelset, except the last session when the 520 blew the kickstarter seal and started gushing oil-- Our closer got to finish up on the 950.
We managed a Very respectable 23rd out of 49. The 950's lap times were within a second of the 520's.
a few miles further........ New Zealand
Sometimes you wish there are no cameras around.
But sometimes I can kiss the photographer afterwards:
You are... 6'4"?
Close, I am 6'5" and my SE is my little pitbike.
If that hill is as steep as it looks, (and pics usually don't do justise to depth and perception), than I am impressed man!! That looks STEEP. Nice
I think the leather pants were the culprit...