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Discussion in 'The Perfect Line and Other Riding Myths' started by SCQTT, Apr 16, 2009.
NO WAY, an XLH came with your bags? That's one heck of a promotion!
And 1 MILLION extra pimp points for the SE right up front! Ohhh Yeeeeaaahh!
I had a grand uncle who used the phrase, "Tighter than a sparrow's f'nort." Nobody ever found out what the heck he was talking about?
Hey asshole, why say some negative shit about someone you know nothing about!!?? Mike and his wife have done alot of good for the motorcycle community here!! Guess its easy to type it when your 3000mi away.
Next time you get to East Tenn stop by my porch and we'll have a coffee:fyyff
Hey Mike get Phil some ADV stickers so he'll stop whinning
I see your reading and retention skills are poor.
Nope -- the KZ had a very similar tail piece (a hair longer than the Suzuki's), but the KZ did not have the large, obnoxious DOT red side reflectors the GS models carried that you can see in the pic.
HAHA....Hope it doesn't end up in the Parking like an asshole thread..
First thing that crossed my mind as well.
I had to look close to tell it wasn't mine, but it's never been that busy when I'm there !
Damn. There are some tightly wound folks in this thread.
Apparently you missed the 20 pages of how many fingers per lever diversion. Or the other 20 pages on car tires. Try to keep up.
Yeah but the twenty pages on the bitchiness of the ADVpublic is coming up next!
Not much fail in this weeks highlights. This is about the best I noticed.
Although I do wonder when this guy's going to start turning..
I could deal with having one of these, would make a nice grocery getter. (think of all the beer that would fit in the hack!)
Good technique, ride right, save your life. Late apexing keeps you on the right side of the road on exit. Wish everybody rode this way. Or maybe he's just target fixated...
... posted in the Killboy thread.
I don't care who you are, that's funny.
Bad brake line routing FAIL! ^
Amen, I don't see a late apex, just telephoto depth compression, in fact, he hasn't apexed at all, late turn in, maybe.. He is right about where he should be. I wonder how the HD drivers I have seen on this thread manage not to crash when they are all up on the inside line 1/2 mile before the apex. The rider pictured will probably clip the line a little past the 1/2 way point around the turn, again, good technique as he retains the option to stay wide if something comes unannounced into his path.
I think he 's watching the 3 hogs coming the other direction to see how far over the line on his side they get before he starts his turn.
upright ape hangers
downright ape hangers
everyone knows its two.