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April 29th, 2010, 07:35 AM   #51
 
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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (frosty58 @ Apr 29 2010, 02:51 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}><div class='quotemain'>yeah a couple of ya.... but he's blowin alot of smoke up everyone elses shorts. [img]style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/wink.gif[/img]
Barrymachine is a bit like the word FUCK. Were so used to it now that it has lost its ability to offend [img]style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/laugh.gif[/img]
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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (chopperman @ Apr 29 2010, 03:35 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}><div class='quotemain'>Barrymachine is a bit like the word FUCK. Were so used to it now that it has lost its ability to offend [img]style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/laugh.gif[/img]

He`ll be back in a tangle of his own words. [img]style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/tongue.gif[/img] [img]style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/tongue.gif[/img] [img]style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/tongue.gif[/img]
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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (chopperman @ Apr 29 2010, 03:35 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}><div class='quotemain'>Barrymachine is a bit like the word FUCK. Were so used to it now that it has lost its ability to offend /laugh.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt='' />" border="0" alt="laugh.gif" />



He`ll be back in a tangle of his own words. [img]style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/tongue.gif[/img]/tongue.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':P' />" border="0" alt="tongue.gif" /> [img]style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/tongue.gif[/img]/tongue.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':P' />" border="0" alt="tongue.gif" /> [img]style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/tongue.gif[/img]/tongue.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':P' />" border="0" alt="tongue.gif" />


Sadly it was never going to be a debate of words, its quite obvious to me not one of you has any idea of the physics of riding so I am not wasting any more time on you. I've informed you where you are wrong ..... live with it ....... or get off the couch and go see what I mean
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Sadly it was never going to be a debate of words, its quite obvious to me not one of you has any idea of the physics of riding so I am not wasting any more time on you. I've informed you where you are wrong ..... live with it ....... or get off the couch and go see what I mean
For the tenth time...do you want the recent commentary from Valencia Superpole 2 which was also seen by Yamaka in which James Whitham talks about backing in with the assistance of the rear brake? - This will confirm my point that some riders NOT ALL, elect do this. I can fill the rest of the disc with today's BSB from Oulton Park if you like. Tenth time, and three weeks of asking and being ignored...would you like this?
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For the tenth time...


nobody can be so thick



you are just acting "dificult" like Rog.
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nobody can be so thick



you are just acting "dificult" like Rog.
difficult ? The man offered you some bsb dvd's for free ! Guess you still need to hide behind your pathetic internet persona like billy no mates. You're a very weak man billy ,I feel sorry for you !
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difficult ? The man offered you some bsb dvd's for free ! Guess you still need to hide behind your pathetic internet persona like billy no mates. You're a very weak man billy ,I feel sorry for you !


Rog. ask yourself ........ does Barrymachine want to watch the DVD on how to back it in ...... after reading even my first few posts, it was answered many many posts before he even asked.



Is it that its a "free DVD" Iam supposed to get excited about? the local papers here have them!, and I have gotten far better things for free in my life .....and still will



How will a DVD change my view? I have already seen some riders espousing views I disagree with, but one does have ones own "take" or opinion on things. And as I have already stated here many times if you are still ascerting that "backing in is initiated with rear brake or downshifting" this does not explain why it can be done on corners without either.... hence why I disagreed.



How does the DVD explain why 125's don't "back it in" as much? They have rear brakes and downshifting ....... no you are missing the common factors ....... thats obvious



Good namey calling there too Rog. ......... you are not only needy but a child at that



Here's some Stat's for you:

Rog. .......... posts on here: >16,000



BarryM ........" " " > 2,500



I'll let you decide what the Stat's may say ....... however I wish I could beon here as much as you making "friends" Rog.



If it makes you happy you can send me a DVD for a laugh, it will likely be funny to watch what you take as "Gospel".



But actually I don't wan't a full DVD can you not just post the bit you feel is pertinent on Youtube, that way I don't have t give you my contact details, which I most certainly would not.
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Rog. ask yourself ........ does Barrymachine want to watch the DVD on how to back it in ...... after reading even my first few posts, it was answered many many posts before he even asked.



Is it that its a "free DVD" Iam supposed to get excited about? the local papers here have them!, and I have gotten far better things for free in my life .....and still will



How will a DVD change my view? I have already seen some riders espousing views I disagree with, but one does have ones own "take" or opinion on things. And as I have already stated here many times if you are still ascerting that "backing in is initiated with rear brake or downshifting" this does not explain why it can be done on corners without either.... hence why I disagreed.



How does the DVD explain why 125's don't "back it in" as much? They have rear brakes and downshifting ....... no you are missing the common factors ....... thats obvious



Good namey calling there too Rog. ......... you are not only needy but a child at that



Here's some Stat's for you:

Rog. .......... posts on here: >16,000



BarryM ........" " " > 2,500



I'll let you decide what the Stat's may say ....... however I wish I could beon here as much as you making "friends" Rog.



If it makes you happy you can send me a DVD for a laugh, it will likely be funny to watch what you take as "Gospel".



But actually I don't wan't a full DVD can you not just post the bit you feel is pertinent on Youtube, that way I don't have t give you my contact details, which I most certainly would not.
No point in repeating myself. Why you need to say the same thing in more than one thread is beyond me.



http://www.powerslide.net/forum/inde...dpost&p=236703
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Rog. ask yourself ........ does Barrymachine want to watch the DVD on how to back it in ...... after reading even my first few posts, it was answered many many posts before he even asked.



Is it that its a "free DVD" Iam supposed to get excited about? the local papers here have them!, and I have gotten far better things for free in my life .....and still will



How will a DVD change my view? I have already seen some riders espousing views I disagree with, but one does have ones own "take" or opinion on things. And as I have already stated here many times if you are still ascerting that "backing in is initiated with rear brake or downshifting" this does not explain why it can be done on corners without either.... hence why I disagreed.



How does the DVD explain why 125's don't "back it in" as much? They have rear brakes and downshifting ....... no you are missing the common factors ....... thats obvious



I'll let you decide what the Stat's may say ....... however I wish I could beon here as much as you making "friends" Rog.



If it makes you happy you can send me a DVD for a laugh, it will likely be funny to watch what you take as "Gospel".



But actually I don't wan't a full DVD can you not just post the bit you feel is pertinent on Youtube, that way I don't have t give you my contact details, which I most certainly would not.
That's not particularly gracious in my book.



Why are you incapable of absorbing what other people write.? As Yamaka pointed out to you, I am not offering an instructional DVD, it's not a DVD on how to back a bike in. It was a section of commentary recorded off World Superbike Coverage at Valencia, in which journalist, instructor, former TT and BSB winner, WSBk, World Supersport, 500cc GP rider, and now British Eurosport pundit and commentator was pointing to Johnny Rea's use of the back brake in backing his bike in. It is quite simply a voice from within the racing world, with infinitely more experience than yourself confirming what I have said. So yeah, I think all things considered, I would take that as gospel. Rather than put such a small segment on a disc, I wondered whether as a race fan you'd be interested in current BSB coverage to fill up the remainder of the disc - which is why I PM'd you with my offer. If someone offered me a DVD with an AMA round on it or Aussie Superbikes I'd be straight in - and very grateful. Also as I explained to you, I don't need your contact details, I could've used a P.O. box number.



I'm sorry, I thought you were an avid race fan and were interested in motorcycle racing, it was a genuine gesture of goodwill, and an opportunity for you to watch some great racing - nothing more - re-read my original PM I sent to you. All you have done is scorned the suggestion and rudely spurned my offer.



For the record, I'll say again, sliding a bike using the downshift and the rear brake constitutes backing in, so anything else you have observed is not. Your own link that you posted explained this process - and then when I posted an extract from it concerning the downshift and the rear, you are so astoundingly dim that you dismissed that as one of my 'theories' despite the fact I'd copied and pasted it it from the very article that you'd provided as a link.



I will concede however that I have heard it said that it you shut the throttle on a 749s, the bike will do it all by itself.



We have already replied several times concerning 125's, which in the absence of engine braking and significant compression and as two strokes will not tend to slide on the downshift. For the thousandth time, Elias, Simon and Pasini all frequently slid 125's with the assistance of late heavy rear braking.



You really haven't followed road racing that closely have you.
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Your arrogance knows no bounds does it,Barry?.......BTW come back at me with whatever you want chap,my opinion of you is set in stone now,its no skin of my back.
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