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wheelies are safe. I call bullshit! Keep your front wheel on the ground.

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wheelies are safe. I call bullshit! Keep your front wheel on the ground.
+1, plus the whole cotton tee doesn't really work when you hit pavement at 50-60. chick's lucky she didn't get it worse. We picked up a kid in the same type of cloths but he had the rash over 65% of his body. I don't go out without the gear.
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+1, plus the whole cotton tee doesn't really work when you hit pavement at 50-60. chick's lucky she didn't get it worse. We picked up a kid in the same type of cloths but he had the rash over 65% of his body. I don't go out without the gear.
Last year I watched a fucktard loop a wheelie @70mph. He was wearing a wifebeater, jeans, and tennis shoes. The lucky fucker didn't hit his head (but it was close). He did how ever shatter his leg, and recieved a whole lot more rash than the chick in the pics. Sounds crule to say, but the stupid fucker had it comming.

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...............Sounds crule to say, but the stupid fucker had it comming.
Because he did a wheelie, or because he had no gear on?


I hate to say it, but wheelies really ARE fun.

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I hate to say it, but wheelies really ARE fun.
indeed they are!

looks to me like the only problem there was the passenger didnt know he was gonna do that and she wasnt hanging on properly. i still feel sorry for her though.

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i saw a story called 'the road rash chic' but her wounds were a lot WORSE!!!!! she was in the hospital for months then had to do daily wound cleanings and they couldnt graph enough new skin for her so she had to deal with open wounds for months .....her accident happened the same way
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old news, like a few years.

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i saw a story called 'the road rash chic' but her wounds were a lot WORSE!!!!! she was in the hospital for months then had to do daily wound cleanings and they couldnt graph enough new skin for her so she had to deal with open wounds for months .....her accident happened the same way
Her name is Brit.. She travels all around the country now. Last I heard she was working for Icon or at least pimping them.. From the time I first saw the story I thought she'd make an excellent ambassador to one of the body armor companies... She was on my myspace for a while, we have a few friends in common.. Ended up rm'ing her as I was tired of the constant spam bulletins and such... Seems like a nice enough girl anyway... She got it bad. She was wearing a bikini on the back of someone elses bike, she has her own R6 now.
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also I'm pretty sure the video has nothing to do with the blonde, different people.

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On that Vid theres 2 people to blame, the passenger for not wearing any gear and the rider for doing stupid shit like that with a passenger on.
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also I'm pretty sure the video has nothing to do with the blonde, different people.
Exactly. The blonde was Gixxy or something like that and she rashed herself up doing stunts for some show years ago. This is ancient.

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Because he did a wheelie, or because he had no gear on?


I hate to say it, but wheelies really ARE fun.
You are correct on bolth accounts. He was doing this shit in the middle of the pack and almost took out three others including myself. His bike passed the person infront of him and I almost ran into his body. IMO, he had NO buisness doing wheelies in that situation.

Y'all say wheelies are fun. I don't find anything fun about them, but that is your thing. Just don't do them around me and all will be fine. I am also a nutcase and like to do things that people fine wrong, so I am not entirly innocent.

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old news, like a few years.
I still lived in southern californnia when i first saw this and i've been back here for lmost 5 yrs.





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Y'all say wheelies are fun. I don't find anything fun about them, but that is your thing.
you must not have a liter bike

but yes you are correct. theres a time and a place for everything...and putting others in danger is not the time for wheelies.

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you must not have a liter bike

but yes you are correct. theres a time and a place for everything...and putting others in danger is not the time for wheelies.
Especially a grunty twin... Leaving the line with a little twist of the throttle and the front end 6" off the ground and not spinning because you just blatted it up before you moved... Such a good feeling
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you must not have a liter bike

but yes you are correct. theres a time and a place for everything...and putting others in danger is not the time for wheelies.
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Especially a grunty twin... Leaving the line with a little twist of the throttle and the front end 6" off the ground and not spinning because you just blatted it up before you moved... Such a good feeling
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There is a grunty liter twin in there! I will NOT be suckered into wheelies. I wouldn't do a wheelie on a uni-cycle. I am not saying that I don't float the front end when accelerating. I just don't like wheelies.

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There is a grunty liter twin in there! I will NOT be suckered into wheelies. I wouldn't do a wheelie on a uni-cycle. I am not saying that I don't float the front end when accelerating. I just don't like wheelies.
fair enough. its not for everyone. i didnt know from your list what size any of them were.

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fair enough. its not for everyone. i didnt know from your list what size any of them were.
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I just need to get that Collin Edwards edition that gconsier has, and a Y2K. The Y2K is ugly, but it may allow me to travel at a proper speed.

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I need to fix up the Colin... Thinking about selling it this year...
I'll let you know...
I would rather buy it before you fix it up. Cheaper for bolth of us!

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