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November 28th, 2012, 12:07 PM   #1
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Buddy of mine put a Go Pro on his Z06 and followed us on a leisurely ride down Hwy 68. Im the lead bike, with Kirk on an R1, and his brother in the vette.





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Well, yeah, its def "leisure". What are you riding? That doesn't look like your ZX12.
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November 28th, 2012, 02:49 PM   #3
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Well, yeah, its def "leisure". What are you riding? That doesn't look like your ZX12.


Still the 12, just turned 77000 miles on that ride
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Gotta love those Tenessee backroads. I think I even saw a black guy swinging from a tree
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November 28th, 2012, 03:21 PM   #5
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Johnny Johnny Johnny - it was so wrong but I laughed my arse off.



About 6:30 on the video Pov has already got round a slower car, Kirk and and the vette are held up, Kirk takes him and then disappears like a dog shot in the freckle, then the vette gets around and has to catch up.



It is a good indicator of the rate of flow on the leisurely ride, a brisk leisurely ride.



Great road but there is a problem.





YOU ARE ALL RIDING/DRIVING ON THE WRONG SIDE



No wonder America (that's in the United States) has so many traffic accidents you were just lucky on this occasion everyone else was on the wrong side as well.
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November 28th, 2012, 03:26 PM   #6
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Johnny Johnny Johnny - it was so wrong but I laughed my arse off.



About 6:30 on the video Pov has already got round a slower car, Kirk and and the vette are held up, Kirk takes him and then disappears like a dog shot in the freckle, then the vette gets around and has to catch up.



It is a good indicator of the rate of flow on the leisurely ride, a brisk leisurely ride.



Great road but there is a problem.





YOU ARE ALL RIDING/DRIVING ON THE WRONG SIDE



No wonder America (that's in the United States) has so many traffic accidents you were just lucky on this occasion everyone else was on the wrong side as well.


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November 29th, 2012, 08:26 AM   #7
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Johnny Johnny Johnny - it was so wrong but I laughed my arse off.



About 6:30 on the video Pov has already got round a slower car, Kirk and and the vette are held up, Kirk takes him and then disappears like a dog shot in the freckle, then the vette gets around and has to catch up.



It is a good indicator of the rate of flow on the leisurely ride, a brisk leisurely ride.



Great road but there is a problem.





YOU ARE ALL RIDING/DRIVING ON THE WRONG SIDE



No wonder America (that's in the United States) has so many traffic accidents you were just lucky on this occasion everyone else was on the wrong side as well.


2/3rds of the world population drive on the " right " side. When are you backward ass Aussies going to break the chains of the motherland and fall in line
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We were there first...
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There are only two sides on the road, right?





Australians and honorary Australians - read kiwis; drive on the right side.





Americans do not drive on the right side; therefore they must be on the wrong side.



Right?
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