Need4Speed750 said:Me and DJ are gonna hit them up as well in the spring..stevnmd is avid member with team promotion..we should all check em out together!
Yes we are. I am looking forward to working one day and riding for free the second. Saves money. :thumbs:
Very nicely put IG. Thats what it is all about. Going out and having fun and always coming back in one piece. :dthumb:IG said:My dreams came true. I have the bike which does everything for me. I don't do extremes - my riding consists of aggressive street riding, twisties, an occasional track day, and an occasional wheelie. My objective is simple - have fun and come home safe in one piece.
Boring stretch of highway gets interesting very quickly if you know what I mean.
If you are about to say it's not a good track bike - please don't. I am tired of laughing.
It even takes me to the track. Yep, I don't trail it. Just ride in. 3 years - year after year.
And, if you want to say "What if you crash at the track?", please don't. Because I will ask you "What if you crash anywhere?". Well, I ride to have fun, and push it to 60 - 70% on the street, and to 80 - 90% on the track. To me riding on the track is no different than riding in the twisties - just a lot safer: no cagers. blind turns, gravel, etc., etc. And, if it comes down to the worst, I am counting on TeamPromotion to help me out.
Anyway, that's it for me. The search for a perfect bike is over.