Discussion in 'Reader's Rides' started by Lawn Masters, Apr 11, 2006.
Sounds like a Happy Birthday to you is in order. Happy Birthday!!
thx. it was. no ride. rain all day.
That sucks! I'm planning on one either Sat. or Sun. It's going to be a little on the cool side though. Just the way I like it.
. 1995 Softail with 50,000 miles.
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So far I have put 526,000 miles on my yellow 2002 Honda Goldwing.
When do you figure it will be broken in?
I've owned a silver 05 Yamaha FZ1 since 2007 and found this 2004 model late last summer with only 7600 miles and at a good price, so I now own two. Anyone with a dozen or so chainsaws needs at least two motorcycles.
99 soft tail. Evo motor. Kick-start only. Open primary. Hard pressed to find much original on the ole girl now.
Nice but please be careful about noise around those very young ears.
She was anticipating start. It was not started yet lol
I ride a Honda Goldwing which is very quiet but I have also seen many youngsters cover their ears when starting my bike because they are expecting lots of noise.
Dusty from the remodeling.
mine been sittin, gettin dusty too.
cool, salty winter, so far.
Wait for it. Here's a typical family enjoying watching a motorcycle race up close. These kids are right up against the edge of the racetrack, with no walls or fence, and riders approaching 200 mph
It's all fun & games until a racer looses control and hits a fan.
Then it's........oh my God, how could that have happened.
not much likely to happen there. outside curves lil diff. watched any wrc lately?
there's always nascar, ruled/safetyed down to point of boring.
bring back late 60s.
Yep, we used to pit inside the 1/4 dirt track. I have seen a few sprint cars get air born and clear the dirt barrier. Biggest thing thou was it was muddy in the infield cause the track was banked and held water. they later built an outside pit that was higher ground
When you put a human on a machine capable of obtaining ridiculous speeds, anything can happen.
No way I'd let a child that close to something like that. If you're an adult you can think for yourself and rationalize the risk(s).
...and chit still happens.
i know a racer that's been veggie almost 10yr. crashed. he'd still be racin otherwise. started @ 7yo.
his younger bro continues on.
Isle of Man is great, as is Ulster GP. It is strange that it's still allowed so we better enjoy it while we can. Safety is for sissies
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