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Flying Brians - TT Flat track Vid

Heres a half as video link to Flying Brians TT track. Part of the track was muddy on Sunday so i had to cut across the grass. Its about as big a norway maybe a bit longer. Good fun on slicks. When the MX track is dired up ill get some vids of it. Its a cool place to ride and he has caping if interested. Maybe a CLsumo ride campout?

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Tony that looks like fun, maybe I'll stay local and do that on Sunday and get a little dirt experiance. Do you think it will be dry enough??

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Tony that looks like fun, maybe I'll stay local and do that on Sunday and get a little dirt experiance. Do you think it will be dry enough??

If we dont get any more rain, well be fine.
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Looks like fun. Can we shoot for riding this weekend if the weather holds?
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Just outside woodstock. 5 mins

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we need a good place for flat track. when norway eventually shuts us all down for noise me and Geo are starting a CRF150f TT series
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We will call the series the "Northern IL Mini Sized DTX Adults Only on CRF150s So we Save Money and Not go Broke Series presented by what was formerly Chicagoland Supermoto"


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I wonder how long we have left at norway?

We should start a pool.

The winner gets Bills Bike!

So 2 years from now whomever wins will get a KTM that doesnt run!
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Its totally Robs fault every time he comes out we have problems. I think next time he comes we should give him a few lumps.

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Its totally Robs fault every time he comes out we have problems. I think next time he comes we should give him a few lumps.
What did Rob do? Or is it the KTM Curse?

Maybe we could Put his Ktm in the pool also.

Then again i dont think anyone would pitch anything into the pool if they knew that would win a KTM
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I wonder how long we have left at norway?

We should start a pool.

The winner gets Bills Bike!

So 2 years from now whomever wins will get a KTM that doesnt run!
Tony, remind me to kick you in the nuts when I see you this weekend

the ktm is gonna fire right up when I get my new spark plug cap delivered on friday. hear me now and believe me later!
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Hey Joe are you coming out this weekend? Dont Bring Anyone else with you!

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Its totally Robs fault every time he comes out we have problems. I think next time he comes we should give him a few lumps.
I wasn't the only one! Not only that, the previous 2 weekends I was there were problem free. The Orange Beast just eats muffler packing.

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Tony, remind me to kick you in the nuts when I see you this weekend

the ktm is gonna fire right up when I get my new spark plug cap delivered on friday. hear me now and believe me later!
While we are naming lines: Here me now and believe me later!
Hanz and Franz Skits on Saturday Night Live.

Bill when those were out we were in grade school. Now Tony on the other hand was in his 30's already.

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I wasn't the only one! Not only that, the previous 2 weekends I was there were problem free. The Orange Beast just eats muffler packing.

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Tony, remind me to kick you in the nuts when I see you this weekend

the ktm is gonna fire right up when I get my new spark plug cap delivered on friday. hear me now and believe me later!

Bill, Kicking me in the nuts wont work as i dont have any - My wife took them 4 yrs ago when we got married! When are you getting Married?

Here is what you need to do - While at your desk reach down and play with your nuts every chance you can until you get married, Cause after the wedding day they will slowly start to disappear. Its kind like the eraser thing you start out with a sheet of paper with pencil markings on it and as you erase the markings they slowly start to disappear. Its all contingent on the guys wife. Some come right in and use the standard pencil end erasers, some go right for the big eraser and the sheet is empty very quickly.

Mine was all cool about bikes when i met her, after 2 yrs of riding dirt bikes again all i get is grief.

Which one does yours have guys?
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While we are naming lines: Here me now and believe me later!
Hanz and Franz Skits on Saturday Night Live.

Bill when those were out we were in grade school. Now Tony on the other hand was in his 30's already.
It sure sucks getting stuffed into a tuffblock from an old fat Italian!
Just ask Bill!

You Young guys, Youll be old soon enough and some young guys will be busting your fat bald asses.
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I think Joe's even older than Tony. he's like 55 already.
I thought we were talking about flat track. why is Tony trying to sell us office supplies? senile old bastard!
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I think Joe's even older than Tony. he's like 55 already.
I thought we were talking about flat track. why is Tony trying to sell us office supplies? senile old bastard!
So when you getting married?


You Guys are killing me, People are walking by my office looking at a laughing idiot wondering whats up with him.
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in a couple of weeks. 6/21
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My anniversary is the 22nd. Its been 5 years this month.

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Hang on to those nuts! Also document the amount of times you hear complaints before you get married and track them after. I wish i would have done that. My wife never complained before we got married, Now 4yrs later she complains

EVERY FUCKING DAY !

So keep track of it that way you have some evidence of past behavior pre wedding vows that you might be able to use as leverage!
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you scheduled the norway trackday on your anniversary?
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Geo, Any of this sound familiar?
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Shit man! I took alot of heat for racing on Mothers day from the wife. Of course it was all after the fact. Pre race she was all cool with it. After thats another story for a 3 part book im writing.

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Yes I did. Its my anniversary as well I should get to do what I want. We will see how that works out.


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Geo, Any of this sound familiar?
Yes it does it sounds very familiar.

Good Luck Bill you know its not to late right. If I had some guidance from people I know I wouldn't have gotten married.

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Yes I did. Its my anniversary as well I should get to do what I want. We will see how that works out.




Yes it does it sounds very familiar.

Good Luck Bill you know its not to late right. If I had some guidance from people I know I wouldn't have gotten married.

I hear ya! If i didnt want kids well then there would be another Ron Jeremy look alike tapping alot Chitown whores!
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