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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 03-02-2010, 10:42 PM Thread Starter
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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 03-02-2010, 10:45 PM
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thats crazy..

think about it though.. 3rd world poor ass countries those people ride motorcycles everyday for like 20+ years, they are prolly better riders than all of us.

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You see the last guy? He was going like 10 mph. He dropped the bike and stood up right away. The bike behind him didnt even seemed surprised about him falling...
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thats crazy..

think about it though.. 3rd world poor ass countries those people ride motorcycles everyday for like 20+ years, they are prolly better riders than all of us.
I've driven a bike in India. The traffic is crazy, most places there aren't any lanes to speak of. People just do whatever they want. I don't know how people drive there. The bikes are also much smaller, a Ninja 250 would probably be faster than most of the bikes on the street. I was rocking a 125CC bike when I was there.

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In motorcycle terms, that's like taking your Ducati to a dealer for service, and they hand you back a 1979 backfiring Honda 400 Hawk.. because after all, a bike is a bike.
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I've driven a bike in India. The traffic is crazy, most places there aren't any lanes to speak of. People just do whatever they want. I don't know how people drive there. The bikes are also much smaller, a Ninja 250 would probably be faster than most of the bikes on the street. I was rocking a 125CC bike when I was there.
Which bike did you ride?

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Check out how smooth that road is....If he tried to do that anywhere in chicago, his feet would be RIPPED off by a pothole

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post #10 of 10 (permalink) Old 03-03-2010, 10:42 AM
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thats crazy..

think about it though.. 3rd world poor ass countries those people ride motorcycles everyday for like 20+ years, they are prolly better riders than all of us.

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I've driven a bike in India. The traffic is crazy, most places there aren't any lanes to speak of. People just do whatever they want. I don't know how people drive there. The bikes are also much smaller, a Ninja 250 would probably be faster than most of the bikes on the street. I was rocking a 125CC bike when I was there.
Yeah I went around india too, and I rode a couple 250's there traffic takes some getting used to and as long as they don't know you are white its okay ... they kinda aim at you.

They have no idea what countersteering is as well as how to lean the bike, granted most of the time you aren't going fast enough to do either.


Saw a couple guys with Busa's and one with a CBR600rr they had NO FREAKIN CLUE how to ride em .... kept the bolt upright, no angle what-so-ever. funny stuff!
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