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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 03-09-2006, 10:36 AM Thread Starter
 
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Redline TV features Stunters

Hey, I had the tube on Speed last night waiting for PINKS to come on, and caught a show called Redline TV. Its for the tuner/drifter crowd, but last night they did a feature on some bike stunters that have hooked up with one of the Drifting shows. At one point, both cars and bikes are out on the track at the same time. Worth a look, if you can catch it on the re-runs.
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Sounds like it's worth a spot on the Tivo!
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That was a decent show. I saw it back in early winter.

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i happened upon that one. One of the triumph riders was on TRUE LIFE- im a biker on MTV. The drifting 69 camaro was cool though.
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the riders must think the drifting is going to become pretty popular. those were some big named riders out here.
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I was on that show... heres the next event in that series





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hey cool, and Thomas:stick around cuz
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the riders must think the drifting is going to become pretty popular. those were some big named riders out here.
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They were talking about Cook 256North...but yes Thomas!
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what is 'drifting' anyways? i read about the bikes and cars doing it together in japan (or was it china?) in 2 wheel tuner (or was it super streetbike?) the other month. anyways, i have no idea what 'drifting' is regardless.
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what is 'drifting' anyways? i read about the bikes and cars doing it together in japan (or was it china?) in 2 wheel tuner (or was it super streetbike?) the other month. anyways, i have no idea what 'drifting' is regardless.
it's controled sliding around turns.
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