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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 02-03-2005, 09:12 PM Thread Starter
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How to Become a Motorcycle Roadracer

I haven't read though it all but it look interesting.

http://www.io.com/~duke/newrrfaq.htm

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Ahh yes, with such classic lines as...

Motorcycle Roadracing is better than drugs, sex, or money. This is good, since you need to give up all three to do it

And..

At six am, you're awakened by the guy in the pit to your left, working on the jetting of his 2 stroke (WWWINNNNNGG). You didn't get to sleep until 1am, because Otis The Wonder Dog (staying in the pit to your right) was barking at the TV plugged into the Honda generator. You try to wake up your pit crew, stumble to registration and give away money, eat a bagel as you push your bike through technical inspection, and then miss your first practice because you forgot to safety wire your oil drain bolt after you changed the oil at 3am on Thursday night.

Jeez, I can't wait!!

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