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General Banter / Re: Women kick ass in Imola WSSP300!
« on: May 14, 2018, 01:47:34 PM »
 Another spaniard doing well......

Not really a big surprise

General Banter / Re: Happy Equinox!!
« on: April 13, 2018, 11:10:49 AM »
Good to see some sense of humor still remains......

General Banter / Re: Happy Equinox!!
« on: April 12, 2018, 11:57:23 AM »
It is now April 12th..............

Where is this spring you elude to?

4-6 inches of snow this weekend projected with highs back sub 30 degrees both days again.....

Looks like we will not see 50* for about 9 more days...........

General Banter / Re: So close, yet ...
« on: March 11, 2018, 10:20:52 AM »
Better tires

Better rear shock absorber

problem solved!

General Banter / Re: Christmas
« on: December 24, 2017, 06:13:18 PM »
Merry Christmas

General Banter / Re: Favorite roads
« on: November 14, 2017, 12:50:43 PM »
So, we have a couple AR roads and a MO road, complete with good descriptions and a map!

I do not have any fancy map to attach but;

I will add a CA road to the mix...........

I was very fond of rural hwy 155 in southern CA from Lake Isabella up through Black Mountain and then down westerly all the way back to Bakersfield glennville? road heading mostly southwesterly to Round Mountain road then some mix of turns to get back onto the freeway 958?) back to barstow

But 155 was the star of the route and this too was a road you make any mistake on and they won't find you probably ever. It is riddled with areas of hundreds of foot drops and rock protrusions taking up all the shoulder and part of the lane (narrowing the already narrow pass down to less than 20' wide in areas)

great road, constantly turning and nearly no place to stretch past about 50mph with any confidence..... elevation changes of thousands of feet several times.......

General Banter / Re: Sport touring tire suggestions?
« on: June 13, 2016, 07:28:39 AM »
I have not seen any difference between the two. Mileage, feel, traction etc.... but supposedly the evo is touted as a better rain tire (by Bridgestone)

However that cannot be said for the S20, the evo version of that just plain sucks donkey dick in every way

General Banter / Re: Sport touring tire suggestions?
« on: May 25, 2016, 11:56:18 AM »
 I would go more along the lines of....

Bridgestone T30 and if you wanted the GT version, so be it......... I have not seen anyone get more mileage or better feel going back and forth between them
Dunlop Roadsmart II

Metzeler Roadtec 01  (everybit as good slightly better than either of the above, but at $100 more cost per set....- I believe they still have their $50 rebate going on these though)

Pirelli Angel

and finally if I were to do a Michelin;
I would do the Road II long before I would spend another $80 a set on a Road IV...........Do you plan to ride in monsoon season?- if not then why waste the money
                    and if the Metzeler, it is way better than the PR3/4

Bike Help / Re: Getting a tough fork Seal out
« on: February 02, 2016, 08:16:56 PM »
 You are completely delusional!

Just because the bosses have some slight rub marks from the springs does not mean they should have or would have needed to be replaced or broken without ignorance and stupidity involved!!!!!!!

As far as your fork tube issues,,,,, more delusional stupidity. You are so Deluded you don't even realize; The bearing is not supposed to slide over each other to separate the fork, nobody with experience and knowledge that works at any shop or dealership or even private individual anywhere would have had any problems getting the fork apart without a vice, some wood and your pvc. So not only did you not know shit, now you try to claim your fixed something that wasn't even a problem to begin with! Well only to the unskilled, unknowing, unknowledgeables like yourself!

You are so delusional even your delusions are deluded

and nope, it was you with the hammer on the case halves!!!

Bike Help / Re: Getting a tough fork Seal out
« on: December 23, 2015, 07:50:02 PM »
 This is the same brainiac that broke a clutch basket trying to remove it.

Also the same braniac that broke a set of cases trying to pound them apart with a hammer while a bolt still held them together, then once shown the bolt was there and removed, still wanted to wail on the cases with a hammer to separate the halves.

and that is just a sampling of the awesomeness of stupidity and no common sense that I know of from Mr genius of breaking shit.........

And it was this genius of not knowing what they are doing that has repeatedly ruined more shit than he has ever successfully repaired.

I sure the fuck wouldn't want him riding anywhere within 100 miles of me on anything he touched, and god forbid when it is others property and they have to pay for all the shit he breaks then ride on unsafe machinery or take it to someone who actually knows something.

It is one thing to be stupid, it is a whole different story to be stupid, careless and have zero common sense and take no responsibility for how stupid, reckless and careless one is!

Bike Help / Re: Getting a tough fork Seal out
« on: December 22, 2015, 09:15:46 PM »

When you have zero clue what you are doing, have someone who knows what they are doing, do it!

You clearly have no clue, and all I can see here is you wrecking things to a degree far more than a leaking fork seal!

I guess if you have all the time in the world and all the money in the world, you can do it however you want------but you are doing it all wrong!

Introductions / Re: Matt checking in from TA
« on: November 18, 2015, 08:40:15 PM »
 Rides are far longer.
fuel stops are farther apart
and generally the kind of douchebaggery found  on your typical zg or TA ride is not tolerated at all

Not sure where you get ideas from, but I don't think this is the place for you. Well unless you assimilate to our way of riding and totally change what your reputation is........

General Banter / Re: MotoGP Sepang The Clash
« on: November 08, 2015, 06:11:56 PM »
Look at Rossi's wonderful charismatic likable about a sore loser the reality is---he wasn't fast enough to have run with the top three no matter where he started, he didn't win enough races this year to have earned the title....... Jorge won 7 races- he deserves to be the champion!

MotoGP News - MotoGP Valencia: Rossi blasts Marquez after title defeat
(^ this was supposed to be the link to the article for the below quotes)

“For me if you check the races of Marc Marquez in the last two years you know he always tries to overtake and minimum on the last lap. So the question is, why Marc Marquez never tried to overtake Jorge Lorenzo and never tried to make one attempt on the last lap?” Rossi replied.

“The situation became very embarrassing for Pedrosa, because Pedrosa was far [behind] and in the last laps he recovered two-seconds, which means that it is the pace of Jorge and Marquez just waited.

“And for me, he [Marquez] likes that it is clear that he helped Lorenzo, because after when he take off the helmet he is just saying it is not true. But, when he knows I will look at the television and it is clear that he helped Lorenzo, for me he is happy.”

Rossi also turned his sights on Honda: “The position of Honda is very strange. I don't know how a manufacturer can be agreed that one of its riders make the Yamaha win and try to fight just with his team-mate [Pedrosa]. This is very strange. But sincerely I don't understand.”

Speaking to the Italian media Rossi went even further, branching out his attack to include criticism of Lorenzo (for his post-Sepang comments) and the championship organisers (for not addressing Rossi's concerns after Australia or Malaysia).

General Banter / Re: MotoGP Sepang The Clash
« on: November 08, 2015, 08:31:02 AM »
 A bunch of completely classless Rossi fans!!!!!!!!!!

General Banter / Re: MotoGP Sepang The Clash
« on: November 05, 2015, 08:59:53 PM »
 The whole debacle is a slap in the face to the fans!

So he starts dead last, it should be interesting to see him climb through the field and how everyone treats him and whether they let him by with ease or if they actually race.

 Everyone was told to race and use "sportsmanship".......... hmmm--

1.noun form of sportsman
2. fair play, respect for opponents, and polite behavior by someone who is competing in a sport or other competition

1.a man who takes part in a sport, especially as a professional.

That leaves it very open to interpretation on what each person thinks is actually sportsmanship! You know some will feel moving over and letting him get to the front is the sportsman thing to do, while others may well feel the sportsman thing to do is race him hard as they do everyone else and make him earn each and every spot.......

It would mean more if he earned each spot than if they are gifted to him IMO

Whomever wins, who really cares---they have all (sans Pedrosa) acted badly and like the spoiled little brats that they are....

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