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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 05-07-2008, 09:55 AM Thread Starter
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Should be bike of the month. Trish, take a picture of that ugly turd so the mods can put it on the front of the website. The clapped out F2 has been through a lot and deserves some respect. Everyone bow to the mighty F2.

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I agree. That F2 has seen its share of abuse and is still ticking. That deserves some respect.

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I'm actually just joking. I'm sure Ken and Tony don't want to dirty and trash up the cover of the web site. LOL!!!

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don't say that they is have that 996 on it.been on so long you can see dust on the bike.
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*my bro always complains about the same bike being bike of the week, month after month*

maybe tony will be able to find some room in his saddlebags for his camera next bike night.
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I remember Trish telling me the story about how she was riding along the highway when her clutch fell off the handle bars. Yep, that's right. Fell OFF. SHe had to hold it onto the bars with her hand for the rest of the ride or something. SHe has balls just to get on that damn thing... Props.

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I remember Trish telling me the story about how she was riding along the highway when her clutch fell off the handle bars. Yep, that's right. Fell OFF. SHe had to hold it onto the bars with her hand for the rest of the ride or something. SHe has balls just to get on that damn thing... Props.
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Man that dude has a nice rack though....
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I'm actually just joking. I'm sure Ken and Tony don't want to dirty and trash up the cover of the web site. LOL!!!
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I remember Trish telling me the story about how she was riding along the highway when her clutch fell off the handle bars. Yep, that's right. Fell OFF. SHe had to hold it onto the bars with her hand for the rest of the ride or something. SHe has balls just to get on that damn thing... Props.
Hell yes - that girl has some balls... I rode behind her on 90-94 once last year and a piece of her bike (don't remember what it was exactly) fell off. Something electrical disconnected at the same time, so she pulled over on the side of the highway like it was no big deal, put both her arms under her plastics, found whatever was loose and put it back together. Then we finished the ride...

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I'm glad I was not prevy to any of these stories. as I may have run away .

Sounds like she may have the skills and sence to preride check her bike ,please do my dear.

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