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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 02-26-2005, 05:19 PM Thread Starter
 
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I didnt learn anything new... did you?
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Yeah, I did!! Don't ride a big a$ $ BMW!! Ride a nice sportbike with BETTER BRAKES!!!




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Watch out for cars with their tail lights and plates painted the same color as the body.
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Yeah, I did!! Don't ride a big a$ $ BMW!! Ride a nice sportbike with BETTER BRAKES!!!

I learned that Orange must be a more common bike color than I initially anticipated! LOL

Only looks good on a Kaw though
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I learned that Orange must be a more common bike color than I initially anticipated! LOL

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Yeah, THANKS!!!

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I was thinking more along the lines of

Oh, and the only thing I can think they were testing was "how much speed is needed to do this much damage?" so they can better estimate speeds at a crash scene. That way they know if the biker was grossly exceeding the speed limit or if the cager was an idiot that pulled out in front of the law-abiding biker.

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