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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 05-20-2009, 08:32 PM Thread Starter
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Makes me sick

Alright so I decide to walk over to Rally's tonight to get some dinner and sitting in front of Rally's is a F4i.

Now I've seen many bikes around here but most of them have always been moving, guy has a helmet sitting on the tank but no owner present. So I order my food and then as I am walking back to the hotel I take a look at the rear tire because it didn't look like much of chicken strips.

Now I didn't take a picture and I should have but it looked like to me the only thing this bike has done is gone in a straight line, I don't think the owner of this bike has leaned it over EVER and all I think to myself is I wish so bad I had my bike down here to ride these roads around here, some of the best roads I have seen in some time, yes a little gravel in spots, but when the roads straightest point is coming out of one curve to go into the next......

http://www.mapquest.com/maps?city=Bedford&state=KY

I'm not smart enough to know how to just post the map so you don't have to follow the link, but anyway I'm in Northern KY about 25 miles NE of Louisville

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post #2 of 13 (permalink) Old 05-20-2009, 08:40 PM
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sorry to hear that rider are not taking advantage of riding the curve that we lack in chicago. the fun start on the first curve and end when you run out of gas. lol

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Brand new rubber? First ride since getting them put on?


Roads look nice on that map...

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Brand new rubber? First ride since getting them put on?


Roads look nice on that map...
I'd like to think this, but the center of the tire was flatter than flat, I thought being down to the wear idicators was bad, but this guy should be showing cords by the time he gets home in the center of the tire, and I should mention does not look like burn outs either

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chicken strips are unsightly and must be scrubbed out chop-chop. if you have them you suck and smell

fronts are ok tho but still unpleasant

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maybe he just hangs off so effectively the bike doesnt need to lean to make the turn

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i know several people that are scared to lean. they bought their bikes as a status symbol, or something to be seen on.
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i know several people that are scared to lean. they bought their bikes as a status symbol, or something to be seen on.
leaning is bad for you... you might tip over

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i know several people that are scared to lean. they bought their bikes as a status symbol, or something to be seen on.

Which is why my 600rr is going to get put rite in front of the gym tomorrow with a for sale sign on it for all the young little poser's who crave attention and the image, to drool over and want something that "LOOKS"

"KICKASS MAN!"

Ummm P.S. First real good Clover today on the 1000rr and I'm about a cunt hair off the right side edge of my tire!

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chicken strips are unsightly and must be scrubbed out chop-chop. if you have them you suck and smell

fronts are ok tho but still unpleasant
Judging by what you have in you profile you have them also

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"KICKASS MAN!"

Ummm P.S. First real good Clover today on the 1000rr and I'm about a cunt hair off the right side edge of my tire!
Must be a pretty Long hair then

go time traveler style and go back in time, fuck his grandma, then shoot forward in time and then fuck his mom. Then return back to present state and call him a the product of two incest whores and hes your son and show video of you plowing the both members of his family. .
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[QUOTE=C2M;1428441]Judging by what you have in you profile you have them also



and what would that be?

-not long enough to be fast- perhaps?




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maybe i should change that to not long enough to be realy realy super uber lickety split type fast so its more aparant

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post #12 of 13 (permalink) Old 05-21-2009, 10:58 AM
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Unless you are a track rider, "chicken-strips" are a sign of intelligence.



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unless he rides that bike to work everyday and has a different bike for leaning?
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