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Discussion in 'Thumpers' started by gjcarving, Nov 23, 2013.
On a spoked rim?
some music, 10 years already...
you can skip to 4'30 for the best part
Judging by what you post and how much of it pops up in my YouTube suggestions I’d say you woulda had it by bedtime if not schooner!
To be Ernest, Frank or even if I must be, Curt, I Shirley wasn’t looking for it!
go back and watch the last minute....he’s a good rider.
Was it hard enduro near the end?
“Only you know how much danger you can face...”
That video was....uh....inspiring to watch? Yeah that's it, inspiring. I know there are a lot of different skill levels but to do the whole video thing and call it gnar? Come on mang.
I think maybe he said he spotted gar?
Either way, when he now breaks above ten views with this one he will be elated!
Ten Years After
Seriously though, what do you figure the spread is between these, 5%? I'm betting it's thin enough the average rider would be hard pressed to discern the differences.
Or I could be waaaayyyy off.
now i don't feel like such a big pussy.
That what you get for touching her inappropriately!
Anne your lucky her father wasn't around to see!
It has to be. I know slow, and thats fake slow.
Yea, I don't know. I think it's legit. Some people don't get out much.
Pretty sure any of them would hurt me. At FFE inc 450MX bang you!
Skill level, and speed, would determine the differences. Pro level guys can pick out the damndest things. Whereas most C riders wouldn’t use enough of the bike to denote a whole lot of differences, unless they were really glaring. We just don’t have that like we did 20 years ago, though.
A typical rider could easily find differences in 3, maybe 4, of those bikes, but probably not all 6.
However, at the end of the day a good suspension and tuner guy can get that RM-Z pretty damn close to the Yamaha and Honda. Close enough to go damn fast on and beat ‘em both. So it’s still pick your features, deal, and dealer.