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Discussion in 'The Perfect Line and Other Riding Myths' started by SCQTT, Apr 16, 2009.
Your friend is a gentlemen and a scholar
Yep. By painting large arrows and other bullshit all along the road. I've heard tales that these "markers" are quite slick.
Yeah, not a big fan of paint on pavement myself.
You've heard LIES!
this brings back fond memories...from another "Fat Fuck who will kick the shit out the opposing flanker for cheap shotting my scrawny ass..."
I too would like to see photos of my last accident instead of just the end result (posted in face plant if any cares to look) just to know how I and the bike ended up where we did,
Just the Meth problem in this country makes it much worse, not including other areas of crime and horror. Statistics? HA! But this is the Killboy fail fest.
OMG!!!:eek1:eek1 How could the photog have taken a picture of this poor passenger who has lost their head in a horrible accident!! AND THEN post it on the internet for all of us to gawk at it.....
I suspect that deep down inside rabid inmates are sadomasochists. :eek1 And love it.
I see everything.
Legal? Probably not. Now go on.
What the hell is his GoPro pointing at? I'll bet that's some exciting video.
I'm averting my eyes.....
Ha! Love it. When the props come after me (raked on the ground, punch to the ribs in the ruck, etc) I like to grin at em. They're just letting me know that I'm having the desired effect on their team. Get em good and chippy, they make mistakes.
I play at Flank, 8, or Lock. And when I'm bound loose, you better believe I will cheap shot the flyhalf. After about two (perhaps slightly late) hits on the fly, he's not looking at the scrummie's pass anymore. Makes for a lot of dropped balls after that. Also fun to go in and set up for the hit and then change course and pick the ball when he tries to offload without looking.
Ah man. My armchair quarterbacking skills are getting as rusty as my reading comprehension.
Nope. Nylon is definitely NOT badass.
This is not the curve where this head on occurred. The curve pictured here is known as "Mud." The curve where that accident occurred is known as "Rocket Corner" on the Tail of the Dragon map and "Calderwood Corner" on the DGMR map.
Yes, that is correct. I just posted that pic to show that photographers are often set up right in a potential crash zone-right on the outside of a curve. I don't have a pic of the curve where the collision occurred. Trashcan did post a pic of that curve.
No fail here, she was wearing a Kevlar reinforced bra