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lol nice. what are you getting?

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nothing im gonna take my bike up there and see what theyd give me for it.

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bike night at my work

next thursday the twenty eighth,we'll be having a bike night at my work,(motion cycle),i dont know how it's gonna turn out but theres supposed to hooters bitches and food. hope fully it'll be cool,,,,i'll post any details as they come to me
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Saturday Ride (4/23/05)

I think a few of us are going to go riding on Saturday. I was thinking about heading out around 9-10am. We can meet in Fort Worth initially, and then in Arlington for riders who live farther away. Anyone up for it?
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I will ride...anyone else...moto GP on 157

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You can pass me now, sold the bike =(
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if i lived closer to you guys i would ride. err, i mean show you guys how to ride.
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post #10 of 557 (permalink) Old 04-22-2005, 07:25 PM
 
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if i lived closer to you guys i would ride. err, i mean show you guys how to ride.
You don't want to go on a short road trip? We don't want you to show us how to ride cack though. Keep the gay shit at home! lol
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or maybe MotoGP X track...
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You don't want to go on a short road trip? We don't want you to show us how to ride cack though. Keep the gay shit at home! lol
lol @ "cack"...i say that shit all the time...seriously, i wish i was closer. that 2 - 3 hours on interstate SUCKS for a guy that hates riding in a straight line. be safe...
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9am.. damn how old are u folks. Shit I don't think about getting up before 11am on a Saturday.
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9am.. damn how old are u folks. Shit I don't think about getting up before 11am on a Saturday.
almost 28....but when your getting up by 4am everyday, getting up at 9 is a blessing

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9am.. damn how old are u folks. Shit I don't think about getting up before 11am on a Saturday.
I am used to going to bed late and waking up early. In my opinion, it is worth riding early...a lot less cars = safer + more fun
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Damn doesn't anybody around here like to ride besides SHS slugur and I...oh well

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You can pass me now, sold the bike =(
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I am used to going to bed late and waking up early. In my opinion, it is worth riding early...a lot less cars = safer + more fun

True, True. Well hope everyone rode safe.
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True, True. Well hope everyone rode safe.
we haven't ridden yet...will here in the next hour

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You can pass me now, sold the bike =(
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post #22 of 557 (permalink) Old 04-23-2005, 12:42 PM
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Damn that sucks! He lost an eye

I hope they catch those bastards and cut their balls off!

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Damn that sucks! He lost an eye

I hope they catch those bastards and cut their balls off!
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we haven't ridden yet...will here in the next hour
Shit wish I could of joined you but i've been changing the Brake pads and turning the rotors on her car. Still hope everyone rode safe.

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Well shit I love to ride just as much as anyone! However, working 11 hours a day 6 days a week kind of prevents that. I am always down for a Sunday ride, just let me know. Just not this Sunday 04-24, I promised the wife we would cuddle!

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best way to secure your bike?

i have an idea but i was wondering what you guys do to keep your bikes from getting walked off with.

i found this 1/2" steel plate with a 1" think ring welded to it up at the tractor supply store since i had had no luck with lowes home depot and C&S

anyway this thing looks like you could bolt it to a semi truck and lift it up by this hook.

so im thinking i bolt this to the concrete and using some of this 1/2" steel cable thats nylon coated and a big hardened steel masterlock

i know its over kill but i fucking hate theaves, and i did buy the most stolen bike model soo it seems good enough for me



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Every night I put mine on the stand and take the rear wheel off.
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Every night I put mine on the stand and take the rear wheel off.
lol, are you serious?

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anchor that bitch to the concrete in your garage!!!
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anchor that bitch to the concrete in your garage!!!
once the city gets off my back and i can pull the RX7 outa there i am gona move the anchor in there for now i have to tie it outside too much shit in there



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lol, are you serious?
It's a small chore compared to missing your bike, you won't fully understand till you walk outside and two cops are looking at a huge manhole cut into your garage.

Mine is now anchored into the garage and I won't leave unless one of my vehicles is blocking it in! It's a HUGE pain in the ass but I don't slack on it anymore.......you do what you have to do to keep your shit safe and home.

whatever you do make sure your not followed home and don't ever forget to lock it down, cause it will happen when you least expect it, TRUST ME!
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Shit wish I could of joined you but i've been changing the Brake pads and turning the rotors on her car. Still hope everyone rode safe.
it was fun...rode 157 then hwy 4 then a state tropper pulled us over, SLS Slugur got a warning for no front blinkers, he said good day to me Then we rode 157 again, after that did a few roll on races and went home...nice day

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You can pass me now, sold the bike =(
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damn i cant wait to start riding but right now i would just slow everyone down i just got the hang of turning thismorning and the bike is still needing a little more break in



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Funny you should ask this question... Here is what I did since I live in an apartment and can't roll the bike up 3 flights of stairs to park it in the living room like most people can......

I went to Home Depot and bought a 5/8 anchor. You drill a hole in the concreet then put this "Drop in" anchor in the hole. when you screw the I-bolt into this anchor it spreads the bottom out and permently anchors this piece into the ground. The I-bolt can be taken out at anytime so you have to get you some goo lock tite.. and use a "lock nut" on the I bolt. tighten it down like hell.. I tried yanking on it with everything I had to see if it would come out.. it wouldn't.

Now yes I know someone could unscrew the I-bolt.. but they are going to have a hell of a time doing it with cable runing thru the rear wheel and frame. The I-bolt is about 10 turns in if not more.. my cable is long enough for it to MAYBE go one turn...

I have this mounted up close to the curb on the parking lot.. and I put the bike right up against the curb.. then I pull my car RIGHT up on it so if they are going to take it they have to move the car too. AND THEN... I put the cover over the top of it and lock the bottom cover together so they can't see the bike to tell what it is and if they do want to take it they also have to figure out how to get the cover off....

Yes this is over kill for sure BUT.. I have already had 2 bikes stolen.. I WILL not have this one stolen with out them having to work for it.. and this all gives me time to put a shot or two in someones ass while they are working on it.....

SOOO.. if NOTHING else.. do it just to slow them down enough to give you time to shoot or beat them...

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Funny you should ask this question... Here is what I did since I live in an apartment and can't roll the bike up 3 flights of stairs to park it in the living room like most people can......

I went to Home Depot and bought a 5/8 anchor. You drill a hole in the concreet then put this "Drop in" anchor in the hole. when you screw the I-bolt into this anchor it spreads the bottom out and permently anchors this piece into the ground. The I-bolt can be taken out at anytime so you have to get you some goo lock tite.. and use a "lock nut" on the I bolt. tighten it down like hell.. I tried yanking on it with everything I had to see if it would come out.. it wouldn't.

Now yes I know someone could unscrew the I-bolt.. but they are going to have a hell of a time doing it with cable runing thru the rear wheel and frame. The I-bolt is about 10 turns in if not more.. my cable is long enough for it to MAYBE go one turn...

I have this mounted up close to the curb on the parking lot.. and I put the bike right up against the curb.. then I pull my car RIGHT up on it so if they are going to take it they have to move the car too. AND THEN... I put the cover over the top of it and lock the bottom cover together so they can't see the bike to tell what it is and if they do want to take it they also have to figure out how to get the cover off....

Yes this is over kill for sure BUT.. I have already had 2 bikes stolen.. I WILL not have this one stolen with out them having to work for it.. and this all gives me time to put a shot or two in someones ass while they are working on it.....

SOOO.. if NOTHING else.. do it just to slow them down enough to give you time to shoot or beat them...

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lol damn my dad recomended the exact same thing to me today i still think this big anchor is gona work better cause they cant even cut it



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it was fun...rode 157 then hwy 4 then a state tropper pulled us over, SLS Slugur got a warning for no front blinkers, he said good day to me Then we rode 157 again, after that did a few roll on races and went home...nice day

Good deal.. i work next Saturday.. but do me a favor and lets ride May 7th then head up to Garage Mahall for the grand opening and stunt show.

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Hey y'all...

I wanted to take the time out to make a recommendation here. I began looking about a month ago for some help to find the right company to powdercoat my R1 rims. Through 3 different messageboards I came up with about 7 suggestions, all of which I researched pretty heavily. When it came down to it, I chose Paul because of his verifiable work, good standing in the local market and friendliness. I gave him my ugly-azz black/half-spraypainted rims that came with this bike, and a week later, DAYUM! They are nothing short of perfect! They are amazing colors with an incredible shine from the one-shot clear-coat combined with the color...my wife could fix her hair in the reflection on these things! To top it off, I was quoted a VERY reasonable price which fell in the lower-middle of everyone else's quotes.

There is no doubt in my mind that Paul does incredible work. I am a committed customer whenever I find quality service, so as long as I have a need for powdercoating or as long as he is in business, he will have my business and recommendation.

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what are you doing? making a statue of liberty bike ?? lol, looks cool man.
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Long Rides on Sport Bikes

I was thinking about taking a ride back to texas on my bike, just wondering if anyone has taken a long trip on their bike, and how painful is it, Coming from Florida on a 05 gsx-r 600.

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Your ass will prolly be numb as hell and your arms will get sore after a while.
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I looked at that peice that you are talking about and I just couldn't get myself to trust concreet screws.. just didn't seem study enough for me.
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damn i cant wait to start riding but right now i would just slow everyone down i just got the hang of turning thismorning and the bike is still needing a little more break in
You wouldn't slow us down...we'd just leave you behind
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there is no way i'd go from fl to tx on a sportbike. my ass goes numb sitting in a vehicle for that long.

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You wouldn't slow us down...we'd just leave you behind
lol same diffrence i would be way in the back either way



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You will be sore as hell and you probably will blow through a set of tires if you are running a set of race compounds.
I wouldnt want to do it.

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what are you doing? making a statue of liberty bike ?? lol, looks cool man.
hehe... nah, just customizing my '98 R1 based on the original red/white color scheme... It will look pretty cool once its done, will post up when I get to that point!
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I was think about taking a ride back to texas on my bike, just wondering if anyone has taken a long trip on their bike, and how painful is it, Coming from Florida on a 05 gsx-r 600.
well...it will suck from a riding standpoint. the pain factor has to do with what kind of shape you are in. take some tylenol. pop a few every couple hours. being leaned forward on the bike isn't that bad. to me, the suck part would be riding that long in a straight line on various interstates. stop frequently and take stretch breaks. i have ridden 500 miles a pop on my rocket. not too great, but i survived. just do it...
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it is a damn shame that we live in a day and age where we have to think like this. all of the ideas stated above are good ones. it makes me glad i do not live in dfw. seriously. i live in an area where i leave my bike in an open carport, not a garage mind you. hell, i even leave the key in it sometimes. good luck hanging onto your shit, gents...
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it is a damn shame that we live in a day and age where we have to think like this. all of the ideas stated above are good ones. it makes me glad i do not live in dfw. seriously. i live in an area where i leave my bike in an open carport, not a garage mind you. hell, i even leave the key in it sometimes. good luck hanging onto your shit, gents...
Just don't post where that is, cause some of the dickheads around here will drive out there if they like what ya have under your carport. I can't wait till I get a house, hopefully that will be within the next couple of months!
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Damn, NickCox tha baller for real keeps his shit inside his house!!! Baller for reals!

cause im a ballar she would want a nigga now but i aint got no time to call her, now that bitch tryin to call me, bitch Im gone your ho ass like you dog me! Gia!
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