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Should have bought a tard - August 15, 2010, 02:08 PM


Short clip from a mellow section of the Bronson Rally yesterday


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August 15, 2010, 02:33 PM

I need to go practice on gravel and pick up my pace. That was a fun ride yesterday.


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August 15, 2010, 02:39 PM

Looks nice, I'll have to bring my bike up from school and ride with you guys sometime


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August 15, 2010, 03:17 PM

That was sick. I need tires soon. I think I'll buy something more suitable so I can do that every once in a while


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August 15, 2010, 03:52 PM

Looks like it was a good time.

How many miles was the ride, any serious off road?


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Looks like it was a good time.

How many miles was the ride, any serious off road?
This was 230-mile a noob ride









I hope someone got Stacy's jump off the bridge wall on vid because that was freakin' SICK!!!


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August 15, 2010, 04:34 PM

thats my kinda road. My ninja loves gravel but i should get smoto.
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I really do feel like a noob when I'm out with supermoto riders. It's like bicycling. The road racing guys go fast, but I don't consider them as being nearly as skilled as say a good DH, XC, or trials rider. Same with sportbikes. Ok, so you race, you can corner fast and you know how to brake hard. BFD. Jump the bike, slide it into turns, ride over bridge walls where a slipup means catastrophe, wheelie for days, roll a stoppie, climb a 50 degree dirt hill... the list goes on and on. When I ride with these DE and PA guys on supermotos, I realize I have soooooooo much to learn.


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August 15, 2010, 05:23 PM

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I hope someone got Stacy's jump off the bridge wall on vid because that was freakin' SICK!!!
You need to re host only smj members can see.


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Oh no shit? Ok, I'll rip 'em over to hear. Damn!


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Sad day, bent my bars and started riding like a pussy....... but it was all well worth it!

The last minute or so has a decent hill climb.


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Sad day, bent my bars and started riding like a pussy....... but it was all well worth it!

YouTube - I think I bumped the kill switch and or tapped the front brake after a trouble free ride... dammit The last minute or so has a decent hill climb.
You can totally see that you changed your style right after that drop.

I have been guilty of the same thing. Human nature.

I know that I was not so eager to twist the throttle after the last dirt eating experience at Summit.
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Sad day, bent my bars and started riding like a pussy....... but it was all well worth it!

YouTube - I think I bumped the kill switch and or tapped the front brake after a trouble free ride... dammit The last minute or so has a decent hill climb.
great video, bummer about the wreck but think of riding slower afterwards as an opportunity to spend more time in those beautiful woods on those nice trails haha

also, who was honking like a madman?


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August 16, 2010, 05:28 AM

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I really do feel like a noob when I'm out with supermoto riders. It's like bicycling. The road racing guys go fast, but I don't consider them as being nearly as skilled as say a good DH, XC, or trials rider. Same with sportbikes. Ok, so you race, you can corner fast and you know how to brake hard. BFD. Jump the bike, slide it into turns, ride over bridge walls where a slipup means catastrophe, wheelie for days, roll a stoppie, climb a 50 degree dirt hill... the list goes on and on. When I ride with these DE and PA guys on supermotos, I realize I have soooooooo much to learn.
Alot of the pro level guys are good across multiple platforms. Spies and Hayes are both accomplished mx guys, the latter regularly turns up at sumo events during the off season.


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