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RM_guy

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#16
Re: You're right !

Originally posted by jib
Steve is .:debil:
You guys have to stop using each other's sign ons...Steve;)
 

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#17
There's definitely a difference between Steve and Mike... one of you is a whole lot faster.

don't forget better looking, and knows how to use spell check.:D

Looks Like I'm gonna have to start logging out LOL..
Steve, nice job on my profile.:scream:
 
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#18
Re: You're right !

Originally posted by jib
Steve is .:debil:
... faster at breaking something on his bike!
... faster at hitting the ground with his body!
... faster at... no wait, that's being premature! :moon:
 

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dirtybkr, you mean riding with our eyes closed and not being able to shut the throttle off because of arm pump?
 

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My eyes weren't closed, I just could see past all that roost your 520SX was throwing up! :scream:
 

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#23
You guys mean you're supose to keep you eyes open :scream: That explains a few things :confused:

Like why I spent the day riding the Couchmaster 250 instead of my RM. :whiner:
 
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#24
:moon: Come on woods , answer the question . Wich is worse , getting stuck behind a roosting four wheeler or behind Moses on a KTM when he parts the brown sea ?

:eek:
 

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#25
Actually what's worse would have been sitting at home riding a Couchmaster 250.

Second was not taking advantage of a prime opportunity to use you for traction at that creek crossing just because I'm a nice guy. Remember though, we're racing in the same class and my attitude changes when I put on that race face. :p

The quad was a close second... thankfully I had plenty of tear-offs. :confused:

Moses wasn't bad, but must've been funny as hell from way back where you were. :moon:
 
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#27
These are called "Turkey Runs" in New England. Put on by NETRA, and average 80-100 mile rides. You are given a route sheet just like in an enduro ,only there is no time keeping involved. Just ride at your on pace and have fun. They are also called a "Dual Sport" ride because you need to be registered for the street. At the end of the day you turn in your route sheet and draw a poker hand. There are several prices in each class even trophies. I think there are about 8-10 events put on each year and ama membership is required, alot of fun...try it, you'll like it.
Your closed course poker runs sound like a lot of fun also. :cool:
 
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