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Discussion in 'The Perfect Line and Other Riding Myths' started by SCQTT, Apr 16, 2009.
that's fast as hell.
Ok...Cherry Garcia on meth?
I'm really hoping for him that his boot is flopping around.
If not about one second after that last pic when the adrenaline stopped that had to hurt like hell.
Stop posting the pictures of the broken legs. Makes me remember my own broken leg. I didn't break it on a motorcycle though, I rode some tar paper off the roof of the garage. I've decided riding tar paper is more dangerous than riding a motorcycle. I've been severely injured 100% of the times I've ridden tar paper and less than 0.1% of the time I've ridden a motorcycle.
So as a recap, more photos, less broken legs. Don't ride tar paper off the roof.
Brit is a GREAT girl and a hoot to hang out with. I was once upon a time a stunt rider and had the pleasure of her company a few times.
Izzat a car tire??
No, it's Anne Hathaway in a skintight body suit.
What is he wearing, the thermal lining from his jacket? Extra warm, less protection???
Crushes an IMAx camera moments later
I'd still hit it.
*I have riden the paper off the roof.. I on the other hand have a worse record on a motorcycle. But could live without those picts also.
There's nothing that you can tell me that will convince me 'this is a good rear tire to run.'
It is a Hoosier dirt tire with the edges shaved round, so it will turn(a little).
3 pages of argument approacheth....
Give the guy a break.
He's from Michigan. Prolly the only state to compete with Florida for lowest number of turns.
As they say in Florida: "11 turns in 318 miles."
Michigan's not so bad if you know where to go. Ohio's mostly straight line until you get to where the glacier stopped down south by the Ohio River. The reason for the straight roads was that they were surveyed as the Northwest Territory before many settlers came. So most roads follow section lines. Many of the exceptions in MI are those roads that follow old Indian and wagon trails and rivers.
Too true. Especially compared to PA, where I did most of my stateside driving....
Makes it easier to lay 'er down