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Discussion in 'The Perfect Line and Other Riding Myths' started by SCQTT, Apr 16, 2009.
Looks a lot like this in WV right now.
A few more weeks and this will be gone.
Looking forward to a trip in May to the Gap area.
The whole purpose of moving around/hanging off on a bike is to move the weight outward and allow the bike to be more upright and keep a better contact patch with the road.
Thanks for that.
So' the error is they're over the line, right?
Naw, he's doing good.
really you folks got nothing better to do than talk about a washed up 50 yr old on a wing with a car tire,hahahahahaha
I don't want to ruin this thread with facts but what the heck
1-im 3 min slower than the fastest sport bikes there,9.7 miles,,,thats like forever
2-the guy on the ducati was faster but was getting a video done at the time so that's why he did not leave me
3-the car tire"on a wing" has a larger contact patch"ran both thru water in a corner and measured",can lay down more throttle coming out of the turns with out spinning like my bike tires did,and my runs are timed and are just a tic faster with a car tire
in the rain there is way way more grip!!
4-i ride to have fun,be with friends,share a common interest some of you should try it!!!!
things that are NOT true
I am not the fastest time on the dragon
when I videoed I never said if you leave me the video is free,lol
I did not die in a bad wreck at the dragon"yes ive heard that one,lol
"The Rumors of My Death Have Been Greatly Exaggerated."
Great post! Thank you!
One thing you didn't settle is what kind of oil do you use in your wing.
Killer 'Vette...and I mean that literally...:huh
Thanks for the vid.
Good to watch that big yellow Wing do its thing.
That's just crazy talk there.
the last bike must have shit a brick being passed by a gold wing.
I wonder if you would be three minutes behind the fastest sport bike IF they rode in one lane only. Those guys had to use two , they could feel the wolf breathing down their backs.
He is really Tom Petty????
She left her airbags at home.