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post #1 of 34 (permalink) Old 06-01-2008, 05:24 PM Thread Starter
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Pics from Norway 6-1-08

Had a blast again!!

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was that Old Man BobS4R in a couple of those pics?
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was that Old Man BobS4R in a couple of those pics?
Could be. I finally dragged my creaky bones out there for the 1st time this year. Wattsa matta, you can't tell for sure if it's me? Are the pictures blurry like the photog couldn't keep up with my blazing speed?

Actually, I haven't seen the pics. My computer at work doesn't allow photobucket.

So William, where were you? Crying in your beer cuz your pumkin is broke?
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Good time fellas! Sorry I opted out of being the "umbrella girl"...I gave that up years ago!

Isn't it the freakin' weekend yet???
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Thanks for taking the pictures. Too bad you didn't catch my near high side coming onto the front straight.
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So William, where were you? Crying in your beer cuz your pumkin is broke?
something like that
I ended up working on the ktm, and then went out for a ride on the street. I thought about bringing the drz to norway again, but I need new brake pads in the worst way. I didn't want to risk ass-packing one of you corner-camping mofos.
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Thanks for taking the pictures. Too bad you didn't catch my near high side coming onto the front straight.
Yeah, that would have been a great picture. I am glad you saved it!

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Did you poo in your pants?
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Pretty close. The rear end came around pretty far and it shot me up off the seat a little. Suffice to say that I didn't hammer on the throttle coming out of that corner for the rest of the day.
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It was alot of fun fellas. It was nice meeting both Joes, Jen, and the Bob. Can't wait to do it again.
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... but I need new brake pads in the worst way. I didn't want to risk ass-packing one of you corner-camping mofos.
LMAO!! Hey, I resemble that remark!!
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Upon viewing the awesome photos and videos taken by Jenkow, I realized how utterly stupid I look with the knee out style. I must learn the proper foot out technique because if you're going to be slow.. you should atleast look cool.
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Upon viewing the awesome photos and videos taken by Jenkow, I realized how utterly stupid I look with the knee out style. I must learn the proper foot out technique because if you're going to be slow.. you should atleast look cool.
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Upon viewing the awesome photos and videos taken by Jenkow, I realized how utterly stupid I look with the knee out style. I must learn the proper foot out technique because if you're going to be slow.. you should atleast look cool.
I may not be fast but I do look pimp that's my motto!

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Rev, I think you might want to stick to the knee out style, foot out ain't working for you.


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oh shit! I fucking quit! Who wants to buy my bike?
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I don't want to buy it, but can I steal some parts off it?
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I'll buy yours and Bills as a pair, one running and the backup parts bike.

Nah now if they were Huskies they would both be running but I would be able to buy them much cheaper.

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I'll buy yours and Bills as a pair, one running and the backup parts bike.

Nah now if they were Huskies they would both be running but I would be able to buy them much cheaper.
Until you needed a part from Cagiva that was on intergalactic backorder. Domani, domani

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Until you needed a part from Cagiva that was on intergalactic backorder. Domani, domani

I'm still waiting on my caliper from them bastids!
Their Italian, maybe they ordered the parts maybe they didn't. Plus they know your putting it on a KTM that Blasphemy. You take the good with the bad.

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Hell naw!!!! I got first dibs on that bad boy!!! I need another bike for when my Ape grenades!!!!!!!
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Hell naw!!!! I got first dibs on that bad boy!!! I need another bike for when my Ape grenades!!!!!!!
True True. I'll let you have first crack.


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Rev, I think you might want to stick to the knee out style, foot out ain't working for you.

Geo... I'm pretty certain that I was not even moving in that photo. I was just standing still and shaking my bike side to side to see if there is any fuel in it.
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Geo... I'm pretty certain that I was not even moving in that photo. I was just standing still and shaking my bike side to side to see if there is any fuel in it.
In all seriousness I think part of it has to do with how tall you are. I can barley touch the ground when I'm standing still, so when I stick my leg out it looks pimp. You not so much. I can't even imagine seeing you on a 250 GP bike. Do you even lean the thing to drag your knee??

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