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February 9, 2004, 10:13 PM

Failure to remove brake fluid from front tire after bleeding your brakes may result in a low speed tuck and roll manuver at your first right turn.

Try to avoid at all cost, you really look silly rolling at 2mph.



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February 10, 2004, 08:04 AM

Quote:
you really look silly rolling at 2mph.
Isnt this the norm for Yammies?



teehee...j/k


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February 10, 2004, 08:14 AM

but if you are good, you can spin the story into a heroic tell to the cute chicks... complete with a private showing of the "battle scars" which I seem to have plenty of... haha

there is always a good save, just have to find it fast and play it well


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February 10, 2004, 09:21 AM

I am so sure none of you have ever done or had something silly happen to you on your bikes

Please only PERFECT riders with at least 10 Years of riding experience who have not had an incident on thier bike respond.


If you don't fit the above description, the please feel free to share your Tip #2.


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