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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 01-13-2011, 08:29 PM Thread Starter
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Here is a confident rider


This guy is definitely comfortable on a bike.
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I guess you could say he was really hanging it out there...


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I did that last week on my Versys..................NOT!

Great video.

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"Anything is possible when you don't know what you are talking about."
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Wow! Just --- Wow!
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Amazing, I admire his skill and ability to stay calm and just ride, very much.

Time alone with ones thoughts, is quality time.

They say there is a lack of jobs. Seems here to be more a lack of people willing to work hard, and take pride in the work they do.

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Seems he had a little trouble getting back because his huge brass balls were in the way. He makes crazy look easy....
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I guess if it's up and still running you may as well ride it.
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Seems he had a little trouble getting back because his huge brass balls were in the way. He makes crazy look easy....



That is the funniest damn thing I have read in a long time. Laughing my a** off at this one
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Comfortable on a bike yes.
Pants full of crap?...Not so comfy!
Don't wanna be tryin' that move anytime soon!
Nice catch, good find.

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thats what you call determined not to crash this expensive race bike!

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