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Stunt Pic of the day 2

Discussion in 'Reality Check' started by DJQ, Nov 26, 2004.

  1. DJQ

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    Goldwing baby...

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  2. Arod

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    Need to be able to log into the site that hosts the pics to be able to view them Q :(
     
  3. DJQ

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    I can see em fine :shrug:
     
  4. MK

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    I dont believe the first one. I think its a fake.
     
  5. DJQ

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    crazy fuckers
     
  7. ANGELL

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    Hey finny remember our instructor. I can picture him trying that. what a unit he was.
     
  8. DJQ

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    yea, he laid his goldwing down on purpose.. you were pimp with your race gear at the course, lol
     
  9. Rizzle

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    do they supply bikes for motorcycle licence testing?
     
  10. ANGELL

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    when you take the 3 day bike course they supply the bike, you get your license and like 3 years driving experience(something like that) on your record for insurance, just that saved me more money then the bike course so I highly reccomend it to anyone. And they do teach you some important stuff that you wouldn't take the time to learn on your own.
     
  11. DJQ

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    yep, We had Honda cr125's for ours. Me Angell and Westhaver were parking lot pimpin hardcore :lol: Fun as hell. Best was Angell trying to do a burnout on the fresh pavement and the instructor came around the corner, so he just does his head checks and takes off :lol:

    THose bikes had all the power of a lawnmower.
     
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    You did not have a CR125 for your bike safety course. They don't give out 2 stroke race prep motocross bikes to new riders. :kekeke: A CR125R is more snappy and savage then your CBR 600 is. Come take my KX125 for a rip, you'll see what I mean.

    Yep, this sure is the bike they give people to learn on at the safety course. :rofl:

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  13. DJQ

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    my bad, shit son.. I know they were 125's though.. They were street and trail bikes, and like 1985 models or something.. they were olddddd.. Maybe they were CB125's
     
  14. Rizzle

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    3 years driving experience but none of its even high spped testing is it? mostly 1st gear?
     
  15. DJQ

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    Speed dosent give you experience, knowledge does.. Its the same as young drivers gives you added experience too.

    And I dunno, me and Angell were hitting 3rd and 4th gear around the lot during our free play time :D
     
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    ya i supose i just think it weird they dont give much lesson on highway driving
    the next course isnt till next year im told so i will find out then i guess
     
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    Was your instructor named Bill? Big bald dude? Wine colored Goldwing?

    I had that dude too!
     
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    It's harder and takes more practice to ride slow then it does fast. highway's no problem if you can ride on the street, actually it's easier 'cause there's less to pay attention to.
     
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    PS: These stunt pic threads of the day need to come to an end. Stunt pics are boring and suck. At least post some descent videos.
     
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    The bikes we were on were CB 125T's. they were like 1990's with around 300 kms on them
     
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    And the bike course is for sure the best idea. Not only does it pay for itself in the first year, it teaches you how to slow ride. any idiot can go fast, the bike holds itself up then.
     

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