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February 19th, 2018, 12:51 PM   #21
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I Ride: Honda CRF250 (modified for Dirt Track)
You wanna know who I also like? Alex Rins. I freaking love Suzuki but I just can't stand Iannone. Hope Rins delivers a great season to his Team, they deserve it
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February 19th, 2018, 02:03 PM   #22
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No worries. My favorite guy in American supercross/motocross is definitely Tomac, but I gotta admit Jason Anderson is one BAD mofo.

As per the 250s, I really like Cianciarulo nowadays
I like AC as well but I fear he's going to be the Pedrosa of SX.
I feel bad for the kid. He was the GOAT of amateur racing but hasn't shown that same greatness as a pro.
Dub has a man crush on Tomac. You two are soulmates. All that's left to sort out is who's going to be the bottom.

Im glad to see a real Italian who's a Dovi fan. A lot of us were wondering if you guys existed.
Don't listen to Barry. He's not a real Dovi fan, he's just a pretender
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February 19th, 2018, 11:28 PM   #23
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I like AC as well but I fear he's going to be the Pedrosa of SX.
I feel bad for the kid. He was the GOAT of amateur racing but hasn't shown that same greatness as a pro.
Dub has a man crush on Tomac. You two are soulmates. All that's left to sort out is who's going to be the bottom.

Im glad to see a real Italian who's a Dovi fan. A lot of us were wondering if you guys existed.
Don't listen to Barry. He's not a real Dovi fan, he's just a pretender


Seems like everyone here is a Dovi fan since 2017. Thing is most of those who say so never really cared about him before. So we like to draw a line between those who followed him properly since before (like myself) and those who jumped on the bandwagon. Most of the bandwagoners wanted Marquez to loose more than they wanted Dovi to win, which I think is sad.

Oh and then you got the Ducatisti, but they are another breed...

I always liked Dovi for his personality, not sure how we behaves on english-speaking medias but on the italian ones he's just cool. I was lucky enough to chat with the guy twice, in real life he's even better.
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February 19th, 2018, 11:51 PM   #24
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Seems like everyone here is a Dovi fan since 2017. Thing is most of those who say so never really cared about him before. So we like to draw a line between those who followed him properly since before (like myself) and those who jumped on the bandwagon. Most of the bandwagoners wanted Marquez to loose more than they wanted Dovi to win, which I think is sad.

Oh and then you got the Ducatisti, but they are another breed...

I always liked Dovi for his personality, not sure how we behaves on english-speaking medias but on the italian ones he's just cool. I was lucky enough to chat with the guy twice, in real life he's even better.
have been a Dovi fan since Stoners days. In the rain one guy looked as good as Stoner ..... Dovi. Rain is a good measure of a rider.
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February 20th, 2018, 12:32 AM   #25
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have been a Dovi fan since Stoners days. In the rain one guy looked as good as Stoner ..... Dovi. Rain is a good measure of a rider.

Agree. UK 2009, I remember that very well.

Btw in the above comment by "here" I meant in Italy, of course
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February 20th, 2018, 01:45 AM   #26
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Dovi is like Cal. You may find a lot of people who say it's not their favorite but I doubt anyone can actually dislike him.

Btw I love Cal
Just needs Dovi to talk a bit more out of the box and they'd be almost twins .
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February 20th, 2018, 01:47 AM   #27
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At least you didn't claim to be Cal Cruthlows biggest fan. Everyone knows Cal's biggest fan is Cal Crutchlow.
Oh come on, every riders ego's like that,
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February 20th, 2018, 02:15 AM   #28
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I am not a mtb purist bro I like the ebikes. From what I know about you I'd say thats a great choice for you. There is a big stink right now over freestyle mtb'er Sam Pilgram, guess what kind of bike company he signed with?

I was thinking over the last few years that Id have to give it up. But the ebike has given me a whole new lease on riding. Its actually a bit of a new sensation too because it has new aspects to it. Like flowing UP a hill, in that respect its like a subtle moto. And you start to ride things you wouldnt have before. Mind you my bike has like 1500W ( if I want ) compared to the 250W legal around here. Still all pedal assist though, I want to keep it bike .... not wannabe moto, so I am not installing the throttle.

Good fun, and an extention to my riding life.
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February 20th, 2018, 03:32 AM   #29
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Oh come on, every riders ego's like that,
There is a thin line between cocky and confident, Cal is nowhere near that line. I think its fair to say his confidence outweighs his talent.
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February 20th, 2018, 03:39 AM   #30
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I was thinking over the last few years that Id have to give it up. But the ebike has given me a whole new lease on riding. Its actually a bit of a new sensation too because it has new aspects to it. Like flowing UP a hill, in that respect its like a subtle moto. And you start to ride things you wouldnt have before. Mind you my bike has like 1500W ( if I want ) compared to the 250W legal around here. Still all pedal assist though, I want to keep it bike .... not wannabe moto, so I am not installing the throttle.

Good fun, and an extention to my riding life.
Thats awesome B. I think they are rad because I am all about the downhill flow. Anything to help give me more time and energy to do that I am all for. I had thought of the idea of feeling uphill flow its cool to hear you say that. I've been leaning toward a full downhill ebike. We don't have lift parks around my area.
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