Killboy failure Dragon Fest

Discussion in 'The Perfect Line and Other Riding Myths' started by SCQTT, Apr 16, 2009.

  1. dazeedmonds

    dazeedmonds Been here awhile

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    Yamaha Vstar 250. I've put less than 2000 miles on my bike. So I AM A NOOB! ALMOST EVERYONE ON THIS SITE HAS MORE KNOWLEDGE THAN I DO. I know what I am, and I know what I know, and I'm learning what I don't know. I offered no motorcycling advise in this thread. I said
  2. joexr

    joexr Banned

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    You should spectate more and blither less. A V-star 250 , seriously?
  3. MotoTex

    MotoTex Miles of Smiles

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    Don't know if its a fail, but he might be a Pencil Neck.
  4. Deadrise

    Deadrise n00b

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    Kid from South Philly riding his TU250 on the Dragon during his return trip home from New Orleans, no fail.....good job!
  5. dazeedmonds

    dazeedmonds Been here awhile

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    I should blither less? Ok.

    Yes a 250, I recognize that I am not a strong rider, and need to learn, so I chose a small bike to learn on. I commute on my bike on city/small town/country roads that are all paved, I don't have/make the time long distance cross country trips, I don't ride dirt roads any where, so the bike makes sense and fits what I need at this time. And just who the hell do you think you are to criticize MY choice of bike?

    Remember. I made NO comment about you personally or your choice of bike/cage/goat/cow/boat. I responded to a post made by an internet troll who was attacking other people. I did so without an attack on you personally, and with logic. I chose to respond to your posts (knowing what you are and knowing that it was a waste of time)

    I'm half in the bag....:freaky What's your excuse?
  6. joexr

    joexr Banned

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    Get what you were looking for?
  7. dazeedmonds

    dazeedmonds Been here awhile

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    And after reading his TR thread, the kid is NOT a small man. I know how my back, hips, knees feel after just an hour or so on my little bike. :cry So +100 for balls and stamina! :clap
  8. Spacelord

    Spacelord Mutha Mutha

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    Good for you. It takes time, and most here started with/still have a small bike because they're fun. Don't take the wanna be's to seriously.
  9. dazeedmonds

    dazeedmonds Been here awhile

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    A wise man once said "Never try to teach a pig to sing, it is a waste of time, and it annoys the pig"

    Sometimes a pig needs to be annoyed. :evil

    I love my bike. It's teaching me all kinds of things. (Many of them involving the word: Traction) I'm not sure if I have the oomph to ride it for a long time, but for right now it's just right for me.
  10. Flying-D

    Flying-D Just Passing Through

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    That's good enough for me!:freaky
  11. TrashCan

    TrashCan Scary Jerry

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    Yeah, them damn learner bikes are no fun.

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  12. Prettyboy

    Prettyboy BFLB

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    Yep, I was just wondering what anyone could nitpick about/craving attention, because I'm a goof like that.
  13. joexr

    joexr Banned

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    If somebody put up pix of Ben Spies on a streetbike the dorks would still run their mouths.
  14. Prettyboy

    Prettyboy BFLB

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    Oh, in in reply to the common problems spotted, yeah, gonna find a better system than the bungee net. The spare helmet was for passengers down in Louisiana, because I was supposed to spend a decent amount of time down there (it got put to good use), and there's too much stuff for the same reason.

    I have no excuse for the cowboy boots or being a pencil neck geek.
  15. Bill-66

    Bill-66 Hencho in Kansas

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    Ya got sand n00b...good for you...

    You're doing it the right way..don't let 'em shit ya...(the learning part)...now..your rant needs work..you didn't use, cockholster, cum guzzler or twatwaffle and no one'smom got fucked, so I give it a 3.....

    Beer..bacon sammichs...you know what to do..
  16. JimVonBaden

    JimVonBaden "Cool" Aid!

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    I wish you guys would quit quoting joe! I have him on ignore for a reason!:deal

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    Jim :brow
  17. Bar None

    Bar None Candy Ass

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    Yep, he is not a stud like you on your scooter or whatever the hell it is.
  18. joexr

    joexr Banned

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    My point was this thread has turned into dorkfest. Some kid with 5,000 miles on a bike critiqueing others?
  19. Bill-66

    Bill-66 Hencho in Kansas

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    Miles is as good as anything..there are some fuqs around here with low post counts..who criticize...the fug do they know?













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  20. joexr

    joexr Banned

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    That's my point sort of.