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Old 11-03-2002, 01:00 PM   #1
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Pocket bikes

Okay, so they're not street bikes, but that didn't stop them from slaying the dragon

R1: that video is the BOMB!!!! I love when the one dude turfs the bike, stands up, carries the bike back onto the road, and starts paddling up again!!!

What fun!
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These things do look like alot of fun to ride. I couldn't stop laughing when I first saw one. Someday when I have money I'll definately have to invest in one.
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Re: Pocket bikes

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Okay, so they're not street bikes, but that didn't stop them from slaying the dragon

R1: that video is the BOMB!!!! I love when the one dude turfs the bike, stands up, carries the bike back onto the road, and starts paddling up again!!!

What fun!
You really should watch some more of his videos, killboy is an excellent rider and has EXCELLENT videos (100mb+) of him running the gap.

Also you should post on www.sportsbikes.dhs.org, the guys that post there love women riders, great way to meet up with other local groups too.
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I'll definately have to check out that site. My "crew" of about 20 guys and one or two other chicas hangs out on SportBikeWorld.com run by Robert Basil.
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I am thinking of selling my R6 and Vulcan to get a Valkyrie Tourer... Tough decision because selling one motorcycle alone is hard enough, but selling 2 may take me awhile to do. Since I have my R1, I figure what better then to get a really nice cruiser right? Tough decision between the VTX and the Valkyrie, but I think the Valk is gonna take the checker since I can get it for like 3-4 grand less then a VTX. Plus not to mention the 6 cylinders..


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