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all you new guy's who wreck..........post these incidents in the new rider forum............
 

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in the reg sportbikes section is fine.........
 

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And what is the delimeter regarding new rider vs old rider.
Is the amount of miles put on bike or length of time riding. If it is the length of time riding, is it the actual amount of time actually moving on the bike or the years since you bought your first bike?
I like reading crash stories. Can analyze the situation as described and think of ways that it could of been handled. Makes me think when riding.
 

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well, then go into the newby section and read there crashes.....but new rider's need to be exposed to all the dangers THEY will face........IMO. and thats where they will get the best and most advice.
 

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who needs to read newby crash threads more then new riders..........no mistreatment, just better tools for learning.

btw, this is a suggestion. i'm not an admin, nor do i have any special powers beyond my 15" penis..... :lol
 

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Fair enough I guess. My post was actually a question on how to get my bike fixed up as opposed to just posting up a war story.
 

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Damn, what's up with the 1960s 'back of the bus' treatment for the newbs?! :mad:
Segregation is back! All Newbs to the back of the bus! Which is where I prefer. :twofinger But back to the point, a lot of elder, oldie, veteran, overqualified, riders feel they have a right of passage when it comes to things like this. It's almost like a survival badge for spending so much time on a motorcycle and living to tell about it. Can't say that’s a bad thing cause if I was in their position I would prolly feel the same way.
 

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naw, i don't mind commenting on what coulda been done.......but i'd like more new rides reading these, to see what the other new rider did wrong or could've done better......
 

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i never go to the new rider section so they'd never get any advice from me. the new rider forum was full of vultures and turkeys squaking about how this noob is stupid or that noob is dumb or how they should have started on this that or the other. conversely its also full of noobs talking about they rode their buddies moms' rebel 250 and now think they're ready for a gsxr1cbrzx10r1000 and getting pissed when they get suggested a ex500 or ninja 250.

maybe there should be another new rider forum. "under 3k mi and in the ditch" forum.
 

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yeah, i guess we could all hang out inthe bedroom section and boast about the thousands of women we've had and our 15" dicks.........
 

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Well, im sure new riders will read this section probably more than the largely dormant new rider section, so I feel posting here garners the most reaction, and therefore suits the post better. You can post in the new rider forum if you wish.
 

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Please Read my Sig, then post. :)
 

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:lol ,who the fug are you..........

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Racer X you are gay so shut up!
 

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:lol ,who the fug are you..........

Hey be nice Racer X, everyone is young and stupid atleast once in their life (I just happen to be going through it now!).

I too enjoy reading the crash stories, even when I posted mine, it's a learning experience for us all. After my incident, I keep wandering over to those Honda Silverwings :cool: :lol . Haha, in reality, my 1 week old rash is almost gone, my right knee is 100% back, and my left knee is articulating about 75% and getting stronger every day. Now my bruised sense of confidence will take awhile to heal :(. But I guess that's a good thing.
 

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RACER X said:
who needs to read newby crash threads more then new riders..........no mistreatment, just better tools for learning.

btw, this is a suggestion. i'm not an admin, nor do i have any special powers beyond my 15" penis..... :lol
Do you really want a 15" penis? What would you do with something like that? VERY few females would be willing to have sex with you. Not to mention something that large in your pants would 1) Be noticeable at ease, 2) Grossly Uncomfortable. But I guess you could get paid a lot if you did porn, but I would imagine that's a pretty stressful job.
 

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I love RacerX's attitude isn't it great A**hole you have always been one and will always will be one. You never post any thing constructive just either make fun of people or tell them how much of a ass they are for buying a 600 or what ever. Mean while your riding a VFR and a GAY GAY GAY GAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 650. As a matter of fact this is SPORTBIKES. net NOT sportcruisers.net!!!! You are always telling people to start off on something small. Knowing what kind of people ride bikes. Not normal people to begin with. It is dangerous no matter what kind of a bike you ride even if it is a gay ass SV650 and if you want to get down to it I don't care who you are besides a professional racer not a regional not a local a PROFESSIONAL. You can't even handle what a 600 is capable of on the street much less the track. And I can't help but notice you are riding a 1000 in your atvar. So I say to you, YOU are riding too much bike. Maybe if you were on one of those 600's that you tell everyone not to get your knee would be down. It's just that you never start off by saying something constructive like "well since you already have a 600 go buy Twist of the Wrist" cause everybody knows that you sure in hell aren't going to bring the bike back and lose your ass of in money of depreciation. No you flame them right off the bat. I personally have too much bike I know that, and there is nothing I can do about it. I surely am not going to bring it back and say can I have my money back?? But I am going to get a 600 in Jan. Now this topic of putting the accidents on the Newbie forum is just you latest stab at thinking your better than everyone else. What you don't realize is that it doesn't matter what the hell you ride THROTTLE CONTROL IS EVERYTHING!!!!!!! You should know that you race. And what you don't realize is that they post their get offs here because they want the most people to see them and maybe just maybe for advice. But that won't come from you only " go to the MSF course" which teaches you crap!! Braking, Obsticale/ accident avoidance, Entry speed ( which is the most I got out of it) and that is about it. Not you tell me this if someone pulls out from a parking spot on a highway in front of Valentino Rossi when he is going 50 and the car is 25 feet from him does it matter if he is riding a EX500 or a 250 Rebel??? No he is going to hit it. And can MSF teach you about that NO!!! Those cones aren't moving and they are predicted in a controlled inviroment. My point is that it doesn't matter what you are riding THROTTLE CONTROL is everything wether it is a RC211V or a rebel. You only flame a younger guy I never see you post anything about the 40 something old guy that just bought a GSXR1000 do you no you only say something about the 20 something that bought a 600. I think I am done ranting for now. But the main message is however it is good to start off small ( can't believe I am saying this) a EX500 or whatever just if you are gonna post then post some thing constructive. Maybe about how to shift your body before the turn, object fixation, braking, a constant roll on accelration, how to lean better during the turn, something like I said constructive but no you tell EVIL 03 that he is irresposible for riding with his wife. I am sure you ride with your wife on the back of your cruiser. Oh and just one more thing ( before you respond to this post in a nanosecond cause you have pretty much no life I guess) what constitutes ( as previously asked earlier) a newb??? When do you lose that status??? What when you have taken the Advanced MSF class??? 5000 miles??? ?No wrecks ever because you started off on your Rebel 250??? Ok reply in 3.....2........1.......
 
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