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Did we ever figure out who that Prick on the CBR was. I hope somebodies with me if I see him again because he was a lot bigger than I am, but I don't know if I could control my temper if I saw him again. I'm sure Ken's got a bone to pick with him too.

With everything going on I almost forgot what he did coming off the clovers.

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huh??
I think this should be said because we do get some new people that don't know how to act on our rides. The guy split Ken and I down the middle while were in one lane. He was cruizen too. I can't speak for Ken but inches from me. I hope it wasn't someone on the board.

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Is this the same guy that buzzed Hooligan on the right side on the cloverleaf?


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Is this the same guy that buzzed Hooligan on the right side on the cloverleaf?

It may be. I didn't know about that. This guy had no helmet and was on a Red and White CBR (929 I think)

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yeah that guy was a jack ass mother fucken bitch...and if he reads this...call me 815-739-9737 i got some more for ya!

anyway...some yahoo hooked up with us from starts..and we were hitting the on ramps and back on them again...all i know was rabbit pulls off and take us foward on the route...i hang back a touch and while i am looking backwards on the bike...i noticed still more people getting off the ramp...so of course i am waiting for them to catch up to see where we are at before jumping back up to andy..(to pull the group together) well this butt nut musta thought this was a regular busse woods free for all...i barley noticed him comming, split me and brian atleast doing 35mpr faster then us...then when brian was giving him the finger..he looked like he didnt know what he did wrong and left.


if i got any suggestions and say in the matter...next time we decide to do a ride from strats...we pull out and enter the amoco around the corner..make sure if its all us regluars give the normal speach...and if its new commer...THEY ARE TO STAY all the way at the end andride along with us to see how we ride, (hand signals, leg signals, group riding staggering, etc..) that was 1 dumb ass move he did.

you know like i said..to some people and even new riders...sometimes we might look like its total insane free for all..NOT the case...we all ride together we all know each other, we all know how each other rides, and we know how to hold lines and ALWAYS watch behind us...if our partner gives a notion he wants to pass etc..shit me and a couple guy on here we know each others riding habbits so much..we can be hauling triple digits a few feet from each other in traffic. it goes to show we as a group ARE a group of guy knowing and riding a certain way. and no matter what we are ALWAYS paying attention to whats going on around us...not just hauling ass.

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True that, Ken. Give that guy a talkin' to, and I definitely think it's a good idea to pull over and give the speech if you're going to start a ride from Strats and there's new people there. That kinda crap shouldn't happen.
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i haven t ridden with you guys and gals yet, but when I ride with a new group I tend to stay last and control myself. don't know how everyone's gonna react. this person sounds like a real jerk. someone like that could cause an accident.
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Well who ever this person is, His account will be banned if I found out he has a screen name here. You dont pull shit like that on one of our rides. He's lucky Ken didnt beat the piss out of him.




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i dont think he is from here, nor will he ever be



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I'm pretty sure he was friends with "The Mole". He was riding with a guy on a red R1 that had a high mount quill pipe just like I saw on The Mole's bike in the photo section.

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Well who ever this person is, His account will be banned if I found out he has a screen name here. You dont pull shit like that on one of our rides. He's lucky Ken didnt beat the piss out of him.
wasn't me..I swear
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wasn't me..I swear
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I have a red and white honda. I am bringing it to Jim's BBQ. Please don't kick me or my bike's ass, because that wasn't me.


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I assume this prick your talking about was the prick that passed me on the second off ramp........ which in turn rattled me, which added to the case of me pulling out of this ride.

He was not wearing a helmut and had a yellow jacket on.
I dont recall the make of the bike since he went past me so fast.

After you knock him down Ken, dont be offended when I kick him in the head

This is gonna hurt!
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not a problem bro not a problem...infact i encourage kicking people when there down.



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oh yeah .. he rode in with The Mole .. ricerocket might know who he is too.
That is the guy who you're wondering about. I don't recall his name, as that was the first I had met him. I called The Mole about it after I read your posts here yesterday letting him know that his friend's actions weren't appreciated and that he wasn't welcome back at Strats. Although, I'm sure a couple of you would like to see him again. .

Honestly, The Mole is a very nice and courteous guy. He felt really bad about what his friend did and he kept apologizing to me for it. He tried to explain to his friend why what he did was wrong, but some guys just don't fit in well on group rides. I hope none of you hold what that guy did against The Mole. Being that we are all adults, we should all be held accountable for our own actions., but not necessarilly for the actions of those around us.
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ricerocket thanks for the info...well if it was a friend of moles then i am gonna get him too, and his dog, his cat, and his pet gerbil

Just kidding...I am not like that nor are most of us..thats plain childish...and you should tell him he shouldn't have to apologize for what he did..since it wasn't him that did it.

All I know Is. it was fucken uncontrolled danger of the worse kind...didn't see it coming nor any wanring..and in a group of guys...that shit doesn't fly.!!!!

As you already know...must all of us..are almost like the blue angels on bike...we hold pretty darn good together and watch out for each other..and we know a lot about the guy next to us.

I have kicked the shit out of 3 guys that I can remember for putting MY ASS on the line when I didn't know them.

ive done some pretty dangerous shit that isn't dangerouse when there is a method to it. There was non with what he did..and just plain and simple a bullshit move.

I really don't care about this anymore..but I really don't like the move on what he did..i am sure he probably not a bad guy at all but that shit wasn't called for period..and if he had stuck around I would have stopped the ride just to kick his ass in.

Sorry for being to violent but thats what happens when you fuck with someone's life.



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As you already know...must all of us..are almost like the blue angels on bike...we hold pretty darn good together and watch out for each other..and we know a lot about the guy next to us.

Blue angels? Are you a motorcycle discrimanator? Why can't it be the Yellow Angels...almost has more of a ring to it, ya know?
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Blue angels? Are you a motorcycle discrimanator? Why can't it be the Yellow Angels...almost has more of a ring to it, ya know?
With the visits to Boys' Town, maybe it should be rainbow angels!!!

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