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

  1. Rick G

    Rick G Ranger Rick

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    Is it just me or does that Voyager kit remind you of training wheels on your first bicycle?

    Rick G
  2. Huzband

    Huzband Team Dirt

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    Right...

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    Wrong...

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    Wrong on SO many levels...:puke2

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  3. G19Tony

    G19Tony Been here awhile

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    Oh! Mr. and Mrs. Cool had a son, did they? :rofl
  4. mrt10x

    mrt10x Dumba$s Jarhead

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  5. Huzband

    Huzband Team Dirt

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    :rofl:rofl
  6. daveinva

    daveinva Been here awhile

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    I wouldn't know, I ain't normal, so I guess that must make me an :asshat

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  7. ErikY.

    ErikY. Here, Now.

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    I figure by the time you're 70, you could give a rat's ass what people think about much, especially what you ride (hopefully so0ner). That guy's out having a nice time with his wife. Or maybe with your wife while you're on the internet. :lol3
  8. Blue Mule

    Blue Mule Persistent Slacker

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    +10. :thumbup
  9. DrLewall

    DrLewall The Human GPS

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    Normal works..they sold one to me! :D
  10. Ugly

    Ugly Adventurer

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    I get them all. Then again, I remember having a blast driving a tractor down a gravel road at 12 mph while yelling "VROOM! VROOOOOM!". :ricky

    Then again, buying a tractor isn't on my to-do list either :wink:
  11. daveinva

    daveinva Been here awhile

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    Good eye! :freaky
  12. Patrol

    Patrol VALE 46!

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    Well played sir. LOL
  13. daveinva

    daveinva Been here awhile

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    Oooooooooooooh :wink:

    Damn this infernal heat wave, I want riding weather dagnabbit!
  14. SteelB12

    SteelB12 Long timer

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    Why do so, so many people do that when they go around a curve??
  15. DaFoole

    DaFoole Erudite inchoate...

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    Bad flux capacitor....


    :1drink
  16. FirstPath

    FirstPath Long timer

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    Trikes, reverse trikes, training wheels, sidecar rigs or two wheels... I get them all. Everyone has different reasons for choosing the type of ride they want. The important part is that they are riding. They're out there having fun, bonding with others or with nature... or themselves. They're supporting the business of motorcycling... even giving money to the companies that make tacky stickers to put on your scoot.

    I've had sidecar rigs and currently have a two-wheeler. Different animals providing a different riding experience.

    Cheers to you if you ride, no matter what you ride.... and you still get a cheers even if you don't have the greatest taste in personalizing your motorcycle. Too each his or her own.

    Ride safe, stay cool.... :evil

    Scott in Shoreview
    '79 Suzuki GS550
  17. Patrol

    Patrol VALE 46!

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    Well played Gwen, I meant:D
  18. Ritalin Boy

    Ritalin Boy Petroconsumptivitius

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    Yup.

    I bet most of the guys bashing mr. and mrs. cool will not be riding when they get old. Probably won't have a 50 year marriage either. If I were to run into them you can bet I'd be laughing *with* them. You can't ride around like that without a good sense of humor.
  19. klaviator

    klaviator Long timer

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    I'll bet there is some sort of joke behind those MR & Mrs Cool signs. I agree that they probably have a sense of humor.
  20. Bill Harris

    Bill Harris Confirmed Curmudgeon

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    One standard non-verbal response is this:

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    you'll need to find something gender-appropriate. I thumbed thru 5 pages of Google but couldn't see anything....