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Old 02-13-2013, 08:58 AM   #15
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They was a great video! Thank you for sharing.

Some of you that use to ride, you may think you are to old now or may be out of place because of your age, please go to a few events that you might be interested in. More than likely they will have a class based on skill and age that you will fit right in. You'd be surprised how many grandpas' are competing with their grand children. I'm going to an enduro this weekend, the largest classes (as far as number of riders) are the multiple senior and super senior classes, we have a great time!
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Mouth agape! The whole time I was watching that. Unbelievable.
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Old 02-13-2013, 01:15 PM   #17
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C'était fantastique! Merci pour le partage.

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De nada!

Attendez de voir le lien Airbus.

or

Espere hasta que aparezca el enlace de Airbus.
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Old 02-13-2013, 01:51 PM   #18
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Parquor for motorcycles.
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Bird dog,
if the others are like me...
it's not the riding and throttle control...
it's the FALLS we haven't perfected that we want to avoid

too many scars from when I was 'good' at it MANY years ago !!!
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I "had" the 850 pound variety. From personal experience I can say that it is not fun when the shiny side is down.
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I "had" the 850 pound variety. From personal experience I can say that it is not fun when the shiny side is down.
Still have one (Kawa V2K). And picking it up still isn't any fun.
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Oh! I could tell you some stories regarding kick stands not down, and other episodes, but nah, I'll never tell.
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Now for the American version of controlled riding. You put a block on your front wheel of your Harley. Then at full throttle you burn rubber filling the air with foul smelling burning rubber until your $200 tire blows!
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Been there seen that, but not stupid enough to do it.
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I was fortunate to see Mick Andrews put on a demo trials back in the mid 70's. In those days the course was all natural, nothing artificial. We thought he was unbelievable in those days. This is an order of magnitude above what he did!!
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