Thee original azzhole!
Join Date: Nov 2004
Sportbike: 97 900rr-rip 09/09, 69 chevelle SS, & ???
Years Riding: it doesnt matter
How you found us: i see all
I watched some asshat newbie take that entrance lefthander onto EOE, and went from the left lane to the right lane SHOULDER. Took it far to fast and nowhere enough lean. Thankfully the full size pickup truck he cut off was able to hit the brakes into b4 he got squished like a grape. And the rider was super lucky he didn't do it in front to a semi trailer because he would have been squished. Then the retard looks back at the p/u driver, no wave, nothing, and just kept going. I seen this because the biker was in front of me getting on the road in the left lane and I saw all this happen. I was all set & ready, cell phone in hand to dial 911 for an ambulance dispatch.
Dude, if your new riding, take your time. Your best bet with new tires you have not scrubbe in yet, is to go and do slow turns and get comfortable with your lean angles. Then after you get off the bike, look at your tires to see exactly how close to the edge of the tire you truely are. Keep in no closer then a 1/2" from the edge of the tire. When your on the street, some pebbles, oil, antifreeze can cause your tires to low side you. Of your not all the way to the edge, you still have some safety room to do a quick rub off of any fluids. Streets are not a controlled situation, where anything stupid can happen. Unlike a track day and a closed environment.
...plus my gf was with me saying "omg slow down, slow down" and I was thinking "Lose annoying squalk box in passenger seat, afford more mods and have less weight in the car and on the back of the bike"...so i dumped her and I'm single again as usual...HERE KITTY KITTY!!!
pussy is the root of all evil...
You dont like me....i dont give a fuck...cause i'll still put ya in the hospital...me tollerating you is all that matters...