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Discussion in 'The Perfect Line and Other Riding Myths' started by SCQTT, Apr 16, 2009.
So if your hypothetical "those" admit they were wrong..... can they call it a speed trap?
My thoughts exacary. I could make a mint importing those down here.
I know that XS.........the owner is a moderator on Dotheton. While the bike has changed a little since that picture, it's an insane scoot.
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That video was great. I was so sucked into the rant that I was caught completely off gaurd.
Agreed. I think a shock looks (and feels) a lot nicer than a piece of re-rod. To each their own.
A welded hard-tail would look way better .
When done well, I think they can look good. However, 90% (99%?)of them look like shit.
I'm tall like that guy, and since I am not interested in forward controls, I'm not really sure how I can build one and still have it be rideable. Look how far back he has to sit just to "fit" on the bike.
Maybe you can stop by and we can discuss your lack of faith.
Bring your chainsaw and your pulaski so we can get some trails cleared while we talk. We're always looking for volunteers.
And a big thanks to all my friends! It's been a great ride these past five and a half years. Really looking forward to March Moto Madness 2013!
Anyone ever noticed this sticker on the rubbish bin at the overlook on the dragon?
Never noticed it before but all I can say is "Amen"! Im just as tired of all the noise as the rest of society.
I didn't notice that one, but I did notice the sign at the west end that says "Caution: Racetrack Ahead".....
I was tempted to give them a fail because their boots don't all match. I think I can let them slide, though.
(Up and down would be the preferred sliding direction.)
Urgle? I know a few people that'd like one of those.
click click click CLICK done.
I was at Harpers in Hendersonville during the FJR Forums Eastern Owners Meet a couple weeks back. Great dealer who brought in a special deal on Continental Road Attack 2's (5 sets) and hosted a suspension tuning seminar after touring the Ohlins facility.
Anyway, they had a tent set up outside with some bikes and 2 of them were the fiddies' these girls race.
I saw a t-shirt that said, "Deal's Gap. 143 pull-outs. USE ONE, JACKASS!"
They must have put out a new trash can. The old one had the same sticker though...
I'm guessing this is the shirt you're thinking of:
Mmmm... I can taste the fail in the air.