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Discussion in 'The Perfect Line and Other Riding Myths' started by SCQTT, Apr 16, 2009.
I fixed it for you.
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I dunno-- I snagged that picture from Page 2 around Post#20.
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"Wednesday, March 14, 2007 at 3:21 AM
Thanks for pulling over SSR!
And notice the wave to show appreciation from the riders. If you want these folks to continue letting faster traffic by, encourage them by saying thanks with a quick wave when you go by.
I couldn't agree more. Mr. & Mrs. SSR were very courteous, and I think they even smiled a bit as we waved thanks.
Wed Mar 14, 09:51:00 PM 2007 "
I always wave over my left shoulder when someone pulls over for me or waves me around.
I wave my left hand and right leg, kind of like marionette look
Overbrakers of the rear tire Unite!:huh
Don't touch the front brake..it will flip you right over the bars.
I've already given you guys the answer.
Serious rider. How can I tell? He's managed to keep that Guzzi running long enough to get it dirty.
it's been down at some point, look at the pipe.
That's just from Harley riders overshooting corners. All serious riders have Harley splats on their bikes.
Sent from the voices in my head and transcribed by their drinking buddy.
I know this dude. His name is John. Rode with him on the M2M(milwaukee to minneapolis) this year. He is an animal. Huge miles, tough as nails(he had just come off a crash and was missing good bit of hide of his legs and arms), fast as hell on those old Guzzi's. Illinois guy iirc
Obvious Harley rider is obvious