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yeah, he seems to have that sliding/leaning thing down
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I caught a few of his races on Speed and he just checks out by the end of Lap 1 - Fun to watch him Dominate

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I caught a few of his races on Speed and he just checks out by the end of Lap 1 - Fun to watch him Dominate
he was on another level in 07. 08 was a different story.
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he was on another level in 07. 08 was a different story.
Last year he got hurt before the season started at the Xgames. I think his teaming up with Mitch Hanson and the KTM's this year is gonna mean game over. Even for the TLD team and Ward.

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Ward is back full time?
I know Herfoss is gone, but what about Fillmore?

I think Currie may be a threat to win races this year in the main class.
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I know Herfoss is gone, but what about Fillmore?

I think Currie may be a threat to win races this year in the main class.
You don't check Supermoto Online everyday??

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I'm kind of bummed by the status of AMA supermoto honestly. I feel sorry for the pro guys who just want to have a cohesive series to race in. we stayed at the south point casino for our honeymoon, so I'm excited to see how that race turns out (if they make it happen), but other than that..... it's pretty much just a glorified west coast regional series.
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I'm kind of bummed by the status of AMA supermoto honestly. I feel sorry for the pro guys who just want to have a cohesive series to race in. we stayed at the south point casino for our honeymoon, so I'm excited to see how that race turns out (if they make it happen), but other than that..... it's pretty much just a glorified west coast regional series.
Don't fret little Billy we are gonna bounce back like a superball and take our rightful place on top of all motorcycle sports (well maybe not above SX)

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SM will be so huge that Les will be begging us to come back and ride at norway! (I wish)

stupid loud Euro bikes.
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SM will be so huge that Les will be begging us to come back and ride at norway! (I wish)

stupid loud Euro bikes.
Dude it was that guy from Indiana with the 5000cc KTM what was his name?

Don't blame me my Husky was with DB spec. (now the Yamaha that one was a struggle)

That would be awesome if Les and Andy came to us and begged us to come out and ride there.

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I thought it was Joe and Joe's fault. they were there the day supermoto died.

I checked their website the other day and the kart race schedule is really full. I doubt they're missing us too much.
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Les said something about minimotos being the last straw.

I wish we could start going there again but what can you do..
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I thought it was Joe and Joe's fault. they were there the day supermoto died.

I checked their website the other day and the kart race schedule is really full. I doubt they're missing us too much.
Damn those Joes!

We should just start showing up and riding like nothing ever happened and make them kick us out every couple of weeks.


Oh and Supermoto ain't dead, we are taking it to the next level this year. Well at least you and I are. DNS after crashing out of practice. Yeah!

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sneak on the track at night and ride until the cops show up?
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sneak on the track at night and ride until the cops show up?
That track has lights!! We should put in a dirt section as well.

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step 1: start a not-for-profit financial arm of chitown SM
step 2: collect donations
step 3: buy lottery tickets
step 4: win megamillions jackpot
step 5: build our own track
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step 1: start a not-for-profit financial arm of chitown SM
step 2: collect donations
step 3: buy lottery tickets
step 4: win megamillions jackpot
step 5: build our own track
I see one problem, I can't get you fools to donate for me keeping our current crappy web page up.

So new process would be:
1. I buy lotto tickets with my own money
2. Win megamillions jackpot
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4. move next to track in S. CA
5. post on here at night about how great it is to ride supermoto every day.

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I see one problem, I can't get you fools to donate for me keeping our current crappy web page up.

So new process would be:
1. I buy lotto tickets with my own money
2. Win megamillions jackpot
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4. move next to track in S. CA
5. post on here at night about how great it is to ride supermoto every day.

I thought the glory hole donations were going to the website! Man i mustve donated $2000, i want my money back! you gonna put any new pics on that thing? Norways gone, yoa need to freshen it up man! Ill get you on Thurs when i get paid. Whats the donation amount besides ManChowder?
Yep its been awhile since i fucked up a thread with GAY talk, So what the hell im miserable today inside at work when i should be roosting some sand berms right about now. Mgight as well have fun!

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I thought the glory hole donations were going to the website! Man i mustve donated $2000, i want my money back! you gonna put any new pics on that thing? Norways gone, yoa need to freshen it up man! Ill get you on Thurs when i get paid. Whats the donation amount besides ManChowder?
Yep its been awhile since i fucked up a thread with GAY talk, So what the hell im miserable today inside at work when i should be roosting some sand berms right about now. Mgight as well have fun!

Ha, being a glory hole pimp is a part time job, has nothing to do with Sumo. I keep that money to pay for my other hobbies.

I would freshen the web page up if I had more pictures. Unfortunately Daniel is too expensive being a pro and all, and I havn't been out on a paved track since Norway closed. Would be kinda stupid to put pictures of us riding dirtbikes on there. Submit some crap and I'll post it on there, content, pictures anything (well not anything for you tony) I was thinking of putting a rider profile section up too, kinda showcase our local talent. Let me know.

Oh and I'm miserable at work today as well I wanna ride dammit!

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Ha, being a glory hole pimp is a part time job, has nothing to do with Sumo. I keep that money to pay for my other hobbies.

I would freshen the web page up if I had more pictures. Unfortunately Daniel is too expensive being a pro and all, and I havn't been out on a paved track since Norway closed. Would be kinda stupid to put pictures of us riding dirtbikes on there. Submit some crap and I'll post it on there, content, pictures anything (well not anything for you tony) I was thinking of putting a rider profile section up too, kinda showcase our local talent. Let me know.

Oh and I'm miserable at work today as well I wanna ride dammit!
When are you getting out? Next week im hitting waterman on thurs night $15 bucks to get 1 more in before the race. can you get to Watermn on thurs night? Ill be running slicks to. This weekend Rocky glen probably and then Byron on Sunday weather permiting.

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Dude, I'm always happy to take pics of you guys.
My problem is - when I'm riding, it's tough to force myself to drop the bike and shoot

So there isn't another go-cart track that would let us in?
Right now, I'm dealing with the Chicago Park District to have the first legal dirt jump park built in the heart of Chicago. So far, we've been real successful.
If you try hard enough, you'll get results. Look at Arnie Schwarzenegger
Why don't we try to pull the strings somewhere else to get some track time for our sumos?
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Dude, I'm always happy to take pics of you guys.
My problem is - when I'm riding, it's tough to force myself to drop the bike and shoot

So there isn't another go-cart track that would let us in?
Right now, I'm dealing with the Chicago Park District to have the first legal dirt jump park built in the heart of Chicago. So far, we've been real successful.
If you try hard enough, you'll get results. Look at Arnie Schwarzenegger
Why don't we try to pull the strings somewhere else to get some track time for our sumos?
Where are they going to do it? Over by Wilson Park - the skate board park?

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Dude, I'm always happy to take pics of you guys.
My problem is - when I'm riding, it's tough to force myself to drop the bike and shoot

So there isn't another go-cart track that would let us in?
Right now, I'm dealing with the Chicago Park District to have the first legal dirt jump park built in the heart of Chicago. So far, we've been real successful.
If you try hard enough, you'll get results. Look at Arnie Schwarzenegger
Why don't we try to pull the strings somewhere else to get some track time for our sumos?
Daniel is now in charge of getting us a new track and new photos. Thanks for volunteering.

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At Lane Tech/DeVry. The jumps are pretty much already there. We're working on legalizing the trails and improving them.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GG5DqaFVcew
Is it down by the river by lane tech?

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Its too bad we cant get in over here at the old motorola plant in harvard. Too much asphalt to know what to do with!

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