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August 23rd, 2021, 03:35 PM   #11
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Elmer Fudd had some entertainment value at least.
For me, the analogy falls over there.
Seems as if I struck a nerve. You must be another wannabe biker with no life.
I find it hilarious that you people are so boring, that you consider me a troll.
Go join a sport bike or naked bike group on FB. I would be considered tame on those groups. Those people would eat everyone here alive. Noone gets uptight and butt hurt. They roll with it and give it right back.
Thatís because motorcycle people are passionate and fun. Itís exactly why I know everyone on this forum is a fraud. None of you have any passion.
FFS, youírer hot discussion is a rider having a baby
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August 23rd, 2021, 05:31 PM   #12
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Yes yes. Exactly, we are all just a bunch of losers who are not cool enough to appreciate a great mind like yours. We're not worthy of you. Pearls before swine and all that. I don't know why you bother with the likes of us.
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August 23rd, 2021, 05:52 PM   #13
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Seems as if I struck a nerve. You must be another wannabe biker with no life.
I find it hilarious that you people are so boring, that you consider me a troll.
Go join a sport bike or naked bike group on FB. I would be considered tame on those groups. Those people would eat everyone here alive. Noone gets uptight and butt hurt. They roll with it and give it right back.
Thatís because motorcycle people are passionate and fun. Itís exactly why I know everyone on this forum is a fraud. None of you have any passion.
FFS, youírer hot discussion is a rider having a baby
You did choose to call yourself Albert Tatlock.
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August 23rd, 2021, 11:05 PM   #14
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Seems as if I struck a nerve. You must be another wannabe biker with no life.
I find it hilarious that you people are so boring, that you consider me a troll.
Go join a sport bike or naked bike group on FB. I would be considered tame on those groups. Those people would eat everyone here alive. Noone gets uptight and butt hurt. They roll with it and give it right back.
Thatís because motorcycle people are passionate and fun. Itís exactly why I know everyone on this forum is a fraud. None of you have any passion.
FFS, youírer hot discussion is a rider having a baby

Wow, you are so interesting. I know this because you keep telling us. Not very bright though.
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August 24th, 2021, 04:56 PM   #15
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Here is a picture of pure unadulterated poserism.
Fixed it for you.

The number of things that are wrong with this picture.

The body language is a disaster. A wanker attempt at looking aggressive by pointlessly getting the knee out on a bike that is barely leaned over, with the head completely on the other side of the bike.

Then there's the fruity rainbow helmet, followed by headlight module with the ghetto blue filter and do I spy one of those little blue fluorescent accent lights on the engine? You should change your name from Albert to Disco Stu.
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August 24th, 2021, 06:52 PM   #16
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Fixed it for you.

The number of things that are wrong with this picture.

The body language is a disaster. A wanker attempt at looking aggressive by pointlessly getting the knee out on a bike that is barely leaned over, with the head completely on the other side of the bike.

Then there's the fruity rainbow helmet, followed by headlight module with the ghetto blue filter and do I spy one of those little blue fluorescent accent lights on the engine? You should change your name from Albert to Disco Stu.
Your as clueless as Keshav. It's also quite curious how you always appear at the same time he does, and are just as judgemental
Leg is out to scrub speed coming of a 140mph straight into a kink to tightening radius. If you had ever rode a track you would know that the leg out at that speed acts as a subtle brake.
If you don't know why my headlights are blue, than you have never been to a racetrack in your life and surely shouldn't be commenting on a MC forum
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August 25th, 2021, 02:49 AM   #17
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Your as clueless as Keshav. It's also quite curious how you always appear at the same time he does, and are just as judgemental
Leg is out to scrub speed coming of a 140mph straight into a kink to tightening radius. If you had ever rode a track you would know that the leg out at that speed acts as a subtle brake.
If you don't know why my headlights are blue, than you have never been to a racetrack in your life and surely shouldn't be commenting on a MC forum
Why are they blue?
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August 25th, 2021, 03:04 AM   #18
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Why are they blue?
It's tape over the headlamps to prevent the spreading of glass shards over the track in the event of a 'spill'. Pro bikes don't have headlamps but street bikes will, so all lamps are taped for safety.
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August 25th, 2021, 03:14 AM   #19
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It's tape over the headlamps to prevent the spreading of glass shards over the track in the event of a 'spill'. Pro bikes don't have headlamps but street bikes will, so all lamps are taped for safety.
Gracias.
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August 25th, 2021, 04:00 AM   #20
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Leg is out to scrub speed coming of a 140mph straight into a kink to tightening radius. If you had ever rode a track you would know that the leg out at that speed acts as a subtle brake.
If you don't know why my headlights are blue, than you have never been to a racetrack in your life and surely shouldn't be commenting on a MC forum[/QUOTE]

It's really curious that your posts always appear right after someone has replied to one of them. Also curious that everybody on this forum thinks you're a twit. What a HUGE coincidence!

And now you claim to be a racer.

Subtle brake my ass. Learned that from the Disco Stu School of Racing?

Proper trackday riders don't tape the headlight. They remove it. Then flush out the coolant and replace it with water. Then they safety wire all fluid connectors. No evidence of safety wire on your bike.

And again, knee out (barely) on the left with head leaning to the opposite side, is the body posture of newbie poser. The snapshot isn't at the race track. More likely it was taken by your Mum in the parking lot of a Wimpy's.
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