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Discussion in 'The Perfect Line and Other Riding Myths' started by SCQTT, Apr 16, 2009.
Is that plate from Alaska?! That's a long ride on that bike....
new york plates
You know one of those decreasing radius corners on the Gap startled the shit out of him, he's pointed to the outside of the corner in frame one.
Not NY. There's two stickers on that plate.
Looks like it says Alaska to me...
and he saved it
That was me a week or so ago. I flew to Seattle and rode it home to NY. I have a thread in ride reports. http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=781149
And yes, I do have a few other bikes in the garage. I've ridden my VF1000R and FJR through those turns at a much better clip. Flying the chair actually was slower than if I had leaned and powered through. I did it for the picture and the coffee cup I ordered. And yeah, I did have a shit eating grin on my face.
there it is!
So you flew the chair with a monkey (no offense to your wife) in it?
Ahhh...so it isn't just a clever license plate!
Sorry to disappoint. Nope, Julie (#1Farkle on ADVRider) wasn't in it at the time. She draws the line at me doing that with her in it.
It is better than riding off in the back of an ambulance.
absolutely. but not as good as slowing down and NOT wiping out while showing off for the cameras.
And where would the fun be in that for us?
It looks like a cheap education... (relatively..)
I see what he did there...
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Well look at that! A nice fat square tire like that will give more ground clearance to the bike when heeled over like that. Didn't consider that.
It is a supermoto, those aren't dirt rims.