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post #1 of 43 (permalink) Old 01-02-2006, 02:37 AM Thread Starter
 
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1-1-06 ride vid WI style

couldn't take the winter any longer, riding on the ice can only give you so much so.............

right click and save as please (it's 64Mb !!!)

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enjoy............

anda HAPPY NEW YEAR to you all.
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Be careful man I don't even go that fast on a 4 lane highway in the middle of the summer. For all you know there is a patch of black ice around that next corner. Be careful.


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nice video, but i agree be real careful on those roads. i never in my life road around snow, i live in houston, texas. so i wouldnt know what its like, looks nice, but i think i would be scared to slide
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I spy no speedohealer...

or am i wrong?
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Nice vid...how numb were your fingers after that ride? lol...you got a pair of brass one's riding that fast in those conditions...
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I'm not going to beat a dead horse but just be careful. That is a pretty solid video, what kind of camera mount do you have?
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Sorry but you're asking for death.

1) You're tires arent warmed up and it's definitely going to take a long time to warm up especially during that weather

2) Hit that double yellow line or a tar snake, and watch your tires slip

Nothing about that vid is cool.
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it was a fun time. fingers didn't get cold until the last five minutes of the ride. as long as I've been riding I know the conditions all too well to know what the bike and/or I are able to do. I wasn't even pushing it. not once. now if I didn't have bald tires on front and rear I might have. I was happy enough being able to ride and wasn't feeling like backing it in nor out on them nice gravel infested roads.

lol...

My advice to anyone that would try and ride that fast on these roads would be NOT to if you haven't put on hundreds and hundreds of miles on the same ones like I have to know where each crack, buckle, dip, pot hole, man the llist goes on and on..
it's my turf. I know what I'm dealing with.
And I purposely hit the double yellows at times just to get a two wheel slide out of it.
cold tires = more fun for me
not to mention these modern day sportbikes are lightyears ahead in handling and stability compared to the old 70's 80's and 90's bikes I used to rail the piss out of.

ohh, it's a sportbike.com cam mount. check out my THREAD on my forum.


nutz, these roads don't have much on the roads up near you, just head out to Plymouth and go south on 67 or kettle morain scenic drive and head south. Awesome sweeps and twisties up there compared to jefferson county, unless yer hittin up the south kettles, then there's some wicked stuff too.
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Nice Video! Makes me wish I could have been with you. This back injury crap sucks.

The cam brackets from www.sportbikecam.com are awesome, and they are available through Superbike Supply too.
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your little wheelie attempts are pretty sad.
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Nice Vid..


But im going to tell you this now because you might not be around for me to tell you later.


RIP!
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yeah, they were fairly sad wheelies but would you like to go place some hangtime in 36 degree weather and a 20mph cross wind in triple digits? boredracer was right with the bike would need a speedo healer to be accurate after my gearing changes. it's way off so I just give vehicles in front of me a nice space cusion and use them for rating my speed, or use my gps if needed be.

resus has a vid with some fair wheelies in it all backed with motley crue tunes. there's some semi weak ones in that.

so resus, you like the lil happy new year burnout in front of your place? hehehehe

Happy New Year bro. hope it pissed of that lawn nazi across the street from you. :D
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Nice Vid..


But im going to tell you this now because you might not be around for me to tell you later.


RIP!
if that were the case I'd be dead already
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took mine out yesterday too but all i got was around the block... roads round here arent too good and I was freezing so I called it... good vid though... you got balls... just don't get too overconfident with that ****.

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did anyone else notice the 600rr.com sticker on the wind screen?:icon_lol:
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did anyone else notice the 600rr.com sticker on the wind screen?:icon_lol:
Nope.. but i did see the 1000rr.com sticker
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I noticed that too. It was 1000RR.com
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I liked it. Nice vid

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I hate the cold, but looked like fun man. good show.
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Glad you used your turn signals.. Be careful.

Is the bike a 600 or a liter bike? Is that the stock exhaust?
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yeah, they were fairly sad wheelies but would you like to go place some hangtime in 36 degree weather and a 20mph cross wind in triple digits? boredracer was right with the bike would need a speedo healer to be accurate after my gearing changes. it's way off so I just give vehicles in front of me a nice space cusion and use them for rating my speed, or use my gps if needed be.

resus has a vid with some fair wheelies in it all backed with motley crue tunes. there's some semi weak ones in that.

so resus, you like the lil happy new year burnout in front of your place? hehehehe

Happy New Year bro. hope it pissed of that lawn nazi across the street from you. :D
Yes I did like that a lot!

Here is the vid you were talking about.

http://myfilez.net/users/resuscit8u/mc_0001.wmv

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And my Speedo is accurate by the way. :D
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cool beans resus. thnx. that vid is sitting at second place with the vid of me on my klr chattering both tires through that 90mph curve. man it's fun beating on that bike.

1st place vid just hasn't been riden yet. can you say tail of the dragon! that Road America trackday and Barber brother!!! hell of a new year already planned out.

risky_analyst, running a full arrow on an 05 .6krr . that ride was to burn out the winter blues and also to see what the bike was like with the full system without the power commander. Now I have the pc on and I'll be getting a custom map soon.

love the sound of the arrow system.
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Man I feel bad for you guys. I am down here in Texas riding around in 80 degree weather in jeans and a summer jacket. LOL
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^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Azzz Hole!

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^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Azzz Hole!
no chit,eh!

Jonbark, you filthy rotten animal. :P hehe

I just moved my folks up from Kerrville,TX into a house I bought them up here.
Nothing like TX hill country roads. 16 south of Ingram is absolutely nuts.
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Glad you used your turn signals.. Be careful.

Is the bike a 600 or a liter bike? Is that the stock exhaust?
it's an 05 tribal with a full arrow system on it.

going to be getting a custom map done real soon.
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thanks y'all for the compliments and the mild flames.
I'll agree, it was reckless but as you can see and hear I was out on a beat run all pent up after not getting loaded up from new years eve and when I saw the roads somewhat cleared I couldn't hold back. but as you noticed I have a good problem of not wanting to get up on anyones arse. they don't deserve that. only sliced one time. and didn't feel any loss of traction at any point through the ride which is somewhat of a first for me.
normally I'm sliding out the rear here or there for shites and giggles....

The best time for me to rail is mid day when there's No traffic or at night which is my most favorite. I seem to catch my best airs at night.


what I can't wait for is the tracks to open up so I don't find myself going out on these beat runs!





dang! I just post whored my own thread! :DOH:!
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