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post #16 of 72 Old 12-07-2016, 06:24 AM
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The funny thing is you guys just make yourself sound dumber when you start throwing insults. I didn't ask you guys to tell me how to ride lmao. If you don't like the video, move on. I'm not here for everyone approval. I'm not asking you to ride with me. Also I would think any car would do more damage to me then I would do to them. The only life that's at risk is my own. Thanks
Wow! Are you really that ignorant?? You don't think a 400 lb (not counting your weight) machine traveling at over 100 mph and impacting a car would do significant damage to it and the people inside?? It does. And it has happened. A bullet does a lot of damage and it's fractions of a lb. Speed and mass --> momentum. You should go take a physics class.

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post #17 of 72 Old 12-07-2016, 06:57 AM
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Who woulda thunk it? A subaru driver that is a douchenozzle
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This is a hell of a way to introduce yourself to the forum. This video makes me wonder why someone would introduce themselves like this. Were they thinking others would find this cool or be impressed? I don't know, only you do, OP. But, it's clear from how defensive you've gotten over what others have written whatever reaction you were expecting from the members you didn't get it. It's time to cut your losses. The people on this forum have actually given you and your brother some good advice, advice that might help keep you alive. Whether you heed it and learn the easy way is your choice. I just hope you learn before you and/or your brother's lives become a proverb.

Oh, and btw, you've got a lot of guys on here who ride track and some are even instructors for track day riding schools. Trust me on this, they way you and your brother ride isn't going to impress anyone.

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Impressive ride demonstrating testicular fortitude. I won't pretend to give 2 $h!ts about your safety. But make sure you or your bro survive to post it when "the big one" happens. That will be epic.
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I could only make it through the first 5 min, but here is some actual riding feedback:

* Your brother(?) is very crossed up in every single direction change shown in the first 5 min of that video. There are conditions under which a bike is easier to control with that type of body language, but the conditions in that video do not meet that criteria. Neutral BP would have probably been sufficient for everything in the first 5 min.

* Your sight lines are terrifying. All it takes is one small thing you couldn't see and you would have been fucked.

* Several times you manuvered very erratically. This is bad because people in cars have a hard enough time figuring out what we are doing. If you throw in going 30-40 mph faster than them, and no apparent signaling you might as well be completely invisible.

Here is why you are getting this type of feedback (at least from me):

I hate logging in here and reading about a fallen rider. If you stick around here long enough you will see a patern emerge. People who ride the way you were in that video and refuse to change it, eventually get fucked up or dead. I would be willing to bet that most of the people who commented in your two threads would be more than happy to go with you to a track and help you understand how little you actually understand. You say you have been riding "a long time" there are people in this thread with ~1 million miles on bikes. Humility man. Give it a shot.

Oh and for fucks sake please change https to http when posting a YouTube link. I hate having to click twice.

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You should really heed the advice from these guys, they know their stuff.

Or, find a lot and start making wheelies....same rush....no traffic....just my opinion

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Appreciate all the advice, not here to impress was just posting a video. Thank you for all the feedback and I'll take it into account.
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What part of LA are u guys from anyway?
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post #25 of 72 Old 12-07-2016, 12:30 PM
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Is it cold that i dont give a single shit about their safety and that i care more about the bad rep they contribute to giving us? You two dickskins are the reason people dont like us.

That said, welcome to the forum. You should stick around. You definitely have a lot to learn.
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Take it to the nearest canyon. Riding like that in the city is just plain stupid. If you need to find a good place to get your rocks off. I know plenty canyon roads that don't have interesections. You are gonna run into someone or some will run into you. BE SMART. Riding fast in the city is a certain way to die young. It has been proven time and again.
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Is it cold that i dont give a single shit about their safety and that i care more about the bad rep they contribute to giving us? You two dickskins are the reason people dont like us.
Can I like just the above portion...........

That said, welcome to the forum. You should stick around. You definitely have a lot to learn.
I would have liked this post except............ You tell him he should stick around

For me riders like this douchenozzle are exactly the type we do not need, in society or on this forum. Simply too dumb and even more ignorant that he simply has zero to add to the forum or to society
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Stupid people say stupid things on the internet, so be wary of who those people are. If you solicit advice on the internet, just keep in mind 99% of what you'll receive is not based on fact or science-and likely atleast 95% of it is based on bullshit and bravado regurgitated from some other schlub who also did not experience any of what they claim and are also full of shit. If you don't like my bluntness- too bad. I am not here to please you, so move along, your approval is not desired nor is it needed. So before opening your pie hole and adding more stupidity, perhaps sit back, listen, absorb and learn something. You know that saying, it is better to remain silent and thought a fool than to open your mouth and remove all doubt!
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Damn...he posted 2 threads with the same thing. Didn't see this one and posted on the other where none of the cool people are
Whats the other thread? ? ?

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My goodness

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