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post #31 of 72 Old 12-07-2016, 07:32 PM
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What part of LA are u guys from anyway?
I live in hollywood, and my bro live in santa Clarita. But we pretty much ride everywhere around that area. What about you?
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I live in hollywood, and my bro live in santa Clarita. But we pretty much ride everywhere around that area. What about you?
East Hollywood here. My girl lives in santa clarita so im there like everyday.
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Wow such an appropriate song to start out with. This right here is a prime example of why so many people hate street bike riders. I saw some a$$holes riding like this a few weeks back and they almost died right in front of me pulling some stupid a$$ moves like this. Im all about respecting fellow riders when im in my car ill give the all the room and respect them 110% but if i see this you're asking for a nice brake check to bring you back to reality. Grow up man and oh sorry if you dont want all the negativity and friendly advice then dont post videos that risk innocent peoples lives as well as your own.
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Anyway . . . I don't want to keep hating, I just don't want anything bad to happen to you or your bro. Seriously consider taking a track day and you'll be hooked. Keep safe.
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i READ THE COMMENTS FIRST AND THEN WATCHED THE VIDEO. I WAS EXPECTING TO SEE SOMETHING 110% ****COMPLETELY DIFFERENT **** THAN WHAT I SAW BASED ON THE COMMENTS LOL IF I WAS WITH YALL AND WENT OUT FOR SOME "AGGRESSIVE " RIDING I GUESS YOU WOULD HAVE SEEN ME IN ABOUT THE FIRST 4 SECONDS OF THE VIDEO AND AFTER THAT I WOULD OF BEEN ****LONG**** GONE, COMPARITIVELY ... TO EACH HIS OWN THOUGH ...NONETHELESS WELCOME TO THE FAMILY ! THERE IS A LOT OF LOVE, ENCOURAGEMENT AND SUPPORT HERE FROM ONE CYCLIST TO ANOTHER NOT ONLY "MOTORCYCLE WISE" BUT WE ARE LIKE A BIG FAMILY HERE ON EVERY LEVEL (MINUS THE OBVIOUS ONES LOL)
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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.
^ Dick skins hahahaha. That's great. My coworkers are wondering wtf I am laughing at
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My 2 cents which no one give a shit about but I can't help myself.

I actually thought you had decent control of the motorcycle compared to most squids that ride through traffic like that.

The negative commentary, don't take it personal, honestly most of it is because this forum really is kind of like a lil family and we truly hate to see ppl get hurt or killed. We recently had a member pass away, that member often rode in a way that many of us disagreed with and many of is argued and sad bad things to him but were heart broken when he lost his life. It generally is because most of us care regardless of what ppm say. Rivers may truly not give a shit lol but most of us care a lil.

Someone commented above about damage to an unsuspecting car. Don't just think physical damage. You hit a car at 90 mph and the lil girl in the back sees your body splat on the windshield that could do a lifetime of emotional damage.

The reality is most of us have done really dumb shit on bikes and we all take dangerous risks. The biggest difference with you is that you are involving ppl who didn't opt in by doing it in traffic. I've hauled ass up empty mountain roads at illegal speeds. If you at least take your riding to those beautiful mountain roads then most likely the folks on that road are at least expecting motorcycles.

As far as ppl critiquing your riding. You did say you look forward to feedback. Again, I am sure it came off in a dick way but think about this. You love riding. You prob want to continue to be better and better at it... So sift through the rude comments and grab what you need. Ignore the name calling and extract the body position and line of sight commentary and I'm theory of you work on that then this thread was helpful and you will have improved a skill, which every single one of us on this forum want to do whether we are actively working on it or not.
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To piggy back on the last comment.... Most of us who have opted to learn how to get faster in a controlled environment, utilizing the fundamentals of motorcycle riding, have lost interest in street riding because of how much more exhilarating it is to ride properly.. You may think you're having fun now... But you ain't actually seen shit yet.. Take a course... Or two, and get to the track.. You'll look back on this very ride you posted and will think to yourself... "man.. How did I think this was fun, look how slow I was actually going, and the whole time having to dodge obsticles... I should been out here on this 200mph track the whole time" you heard it here first!

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i READ THE COMMENTS FIRST AND THEN WATCHED THE VIDEO. I WAS EXPECTING TO SEE SOMETHING 110% ****COMPLETELY DIFFERENT **** THAN WHAT I SAW BASED ON THE COMMENTS LOL IF I WAS WITH YALL AND WENT OUT FOR SOME "AGGRESSIVE " RIDING I GUESS YOU WOULD HAVE SEEN ME IN ABOUT THE FIRST 4 SECONDS OF THE VIDEO AND AFTER THAT I WOULD OF BEEN ****LONG**** GONE, COMPARITIVELY ... TO EACH HIS OWN THOUGH ...NONETHELESS WELCOME TO THE FAMILY ! THERE IS A LOT OF LOVE, ENCOURAGEMENT AND SUPPORT HERE FROM ONE CYCLIST TO ANOTHER NOT ONLY "MOTORCYCLE WISE" BUT WE ARE LIKE A BIG FAMILY HERE ON EVERY LEVEL (MINUS THE OBVIOUS ONES LOL)
LOL, same here. I read the comments before I watched the video and thought I would be watching "aggressive riding". When I used to ride aggressive on the street, these guys would have been a joke to me calling that aggressive.

After years of aggressive street riding and then having a child, I decided to stop playing Russian rootlet on the street and take it to the track. After taking it to the track, I lost all desire to ride aggressive on public roads.

I don't know how old you are but as you mature, you will begin to see what people are talking about here. Some people mature sooner then others. It wasn't until my first child that I started a mature motorcycling path to try to follow. Some start with a bad accident, some with death of friends, and others the light ball affect.

Stay safe out there and yes, many people here sound like they have the pitch fork out for you but it's coming from a place of concern and knowledge. The delivery sucks but the message is coming from a place of genuine concern. Ignore the aggression and absorb the knowledge because it may save your life...

BTW, I would take that video down or make it private. You are admitting to breaking the law on public roads. Not a good idea.
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Thanks for the feedback i understand your guys position on high speed riding and i respect it. But show some respect yourselves, this is the way i ride and i have been riding like this for a long time. This is what i feel comfortable doing. That's the great thing about America we have differences of opinions. The video you posted shows a squid rider who has no control of his bike going at a high rate of speed. "You are not a car so dont drive like one."

Are you daft? Every country has, every damn household has, and have had for the last 10000 years, all over the world.

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This is not high speed riding. It is above legal limit riding. NOT the same thing. It is not agressive riding. It is just silly, but go on and have fun.

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My 2 cents which no one give a shit about but I can't help myself.

I actually thought you had decent control of the motorcycle compared to most squids that ride through traffic like that.

The negative commentary, don't take it personal, honestly most of it is because this forum really is kind of like a lil family and we truly hate to see ppl get hurt or killed. We recently had a member pass away, that member often rode in a way that many of us disagreed with and many of is argued and sad bad things to him but were heart broken when he lost his life. It generally is because most of us care regardless of what ppm say. Rivers may truly not give a shit lol but most of us care a lil.

Someone commented above about damage to an unsuspecting car. Don't just think physical damage. You hit a car at 90 mph and the lil girl in the back sees your body splat on the windshield that could do a lifetime of emotional damage.

The reality is most of us have done really dumb shit on bikes and we all take dangerous risks. The biggest difference with you is that you are involving ppl who didn't opt in by doing it in traffic. I've hauled ass up empty mountain roads at illegal speeds. If you at least take your riding to those beautiful mountain roads then most likely the folks on that road are at least expecting motorcycles.

As far as ppl critiquing your riding. You did say you look forward to feedback. Again, I am sure it came off in a dick way but think about this. You love riding. You prob want to continue to be better and better at it... So sift through the rude comments and grab what you need. Ignore the name calling and extract the body position and line of sight commentary and I'm theory of you work on that then this thread was helpful and you will have improved a skill, which every single one of us on this forum want to do whether we are actively working on it or not.
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LOL, same here. I read the comments before I watched the video and thought I would be watching "aggressive riding". When I used to ride aggressive on the street, these guys would have been a joke to me calling that aggressive.

After years of aggressive street riding and then having a child, I decided to stop playing Russian rootlet on the street and take it to the track. After taking it to the track, I lost all desire to ride aggressive on public roads.

I don't know how old you are but as you mature, you will begin to see what people are talking about here. Some people mature sooner then others. It wasn't until my first child that I started a mature motorcycling path to try to follow. Some start with a bad accident, some with death of friends, and others the light ball affect.

Stay safe out there and yes, many people here sound like they have the pitch fork out for you but it's coming from a place of concern and knowledge. The delivery sucks but the message is coming from a place of genuine concern. Ignore the aggression and absorb the knowledge because it may save your life...

BTW, I would take that video down or make it private. You are admitting to breaking the law on public roads. Not a good idea.
Here come the party poopers....it was a lot more fun when we were all just being dicks. Then you guys came in on the high road with your nice attitudes and shit...way to ruin it!

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Uneducated stupid unskilled riders being idiots in traffic....



Giving off the stereotypical dumbass responses when people say anything and acting like their riding only affects themselves and they can do whatever they want with zero repercussions to anyone but themselves.......and to some extent even to themselves....

Dumbasses be dumbasses, that is what I saw in the couple minutes of video I even could stand to watch.
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I just call it like I see it.
Uneducated stupid unskilled riders being idiots in traffic....



Giving off the stereotypical dumbass responses when people say anything and acting like their riding only affects themselves and they can do whatever they want with zero repercussions to anyone but themselves.......and to some extent even to themselves....

Dumbasses be dumbasses, that is what I saw in the couple minutes of video I even could stand to watch.
No BS, zero fucks given! I like your style!
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