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Old 09-20-2012, 09:18 PM   #41
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Re: Ticket for a wheelie

What are you two guys or girls or whatever you are rules for posting. Only post within 5 minutes after new post and no longer than a month or what. And do i need to just go to every thread and at least post hi or bye or something like that to get my post up? Just don't worry about my post. If it's that bad to post that far back then i guess they need to be deleted after a month you think?
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Old 09-21-2012, 10:10 AM   #42
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What are you two guys or girls or whatever you are rules for posting. Only post within 5 minutes after new post and no longer than a month or what. And do i need to just go to every thread and at least post hi or bye or something like that to get my post up? Just don't worry about my post. If it's that bad to post that far back then i guess they need to be deleted after a month you think?
I see english isn't your first language....
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Old 09-21-2012, 10:12 AM   #43
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I tried to hold my tongue from the other poster. But if you don't like reading old threads then don't pull them back up. I see you can yell smack in Canada. To bad you don't live closer. We could have some fun. Now go argue with someone else cause i don't argue with stupid. I seen my mistake and admitted it. So go trash someone else.
your mistake isn't that you revived an old thread. your mistake is the talk about running from the cops. while I certainly can't and won't tell you what to do in your own time, I will tell you that talking about how you or your crew "ran from the cops and it was awesome and everyone should do it and this is why" .... that shit doesn't fly around here

now back to your regularly scheduled thread. Welcome to GDC
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Old 11-10-2012, 10:12 AM   #44
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your mistake isn't that you revived an old thread. your mistake is the talk about running from the cops. while I certainly can't and won't tell you what to do in your own time, I will tell you that talking about how you or your crew "ran from the cops and it was awesome and everyone should do it and this is why" .... that shit doesn't fly around here

now back to your regularly scheduled thread. Welcome to GDC
This is a stunt and wheelie thread.....just sayin
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Old 11-10-2012, 10:57 AM   #45
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This is a stunt and wheelie thread.....just sayin
And that thought process is exactly why the stunt section gets shit on so much, and all the retards in it flamed/banned. Keep the wheelies to parking lots, or keep it off the boards. Cop bashing and illegal acts (wheelie on public roads, running from cops, etc) are bannable offenses enforced when the retards push it.

Look at the forum in general.
Knee dragging/cornering - >98% is legal and on a race track. Northeast trackwhores thread, for example.
Drag racing - >95% is at actual strips, hence the time slips, ET's, and MPH comparisons.
Stunting - <50% not on highways and public roads.


Besides, highway wheelies take no talent and just about any retard can do them. Slow wheelies, circles, etc take a lot more skill. Trying to brag about straight line highway wheelies is like a drag racer saying they can make their bike go 100 MPH, or someone saying they can lean their bike halfway to a knee down.
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Old 11-10-2012, 11:16 AM   #46
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And that thought process is exactly why the stunt section gets shit on so much, and all the retards in it flamed/banned. Keep the wheelies to parking lots, or keep it off the boards. Cop bashing and illegal acts (wheelie on public roads, running from cops, etc) are bannable offenses enforced when the retards push it.

Look at the forum in general.
Knee dragging/cornering - >98% is legal and on a race track. Northeast trackwhores thread, for example.
Drag racing - >95% is at actual strips, hence the time slips, ET's, and MPH comparisons.
Stunting - <50% not on highways and public roads.


Besides, highway wheelies take no talent and just about any retard can do them. Slow wheelies, circles, etc take a lot more skill. Trying to brag about straight line highway wheelies is like a drag racer saying they can make their bike go 100 MPH, or someone saying they can lean their bike halfway to a knee down.
i dont even stunt..lmao..im just saying its the sunt wheelie section....let em be retards.....that is all
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Old 12-03-2012, 04:10 AM   #47
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if your friend did a wheelie.... he should have ran from the cops.... what he can do now is say fuck the court date and everything, remove the license plates and go hard all the way... thats the solution to most of my friends who have multiple tickets
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Old 12-03-2012, 09:41 AM   #48
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if your friend did a wheelie.... he should have ran from the cops.... what he can do now is say fuck the court date and everything, remove the license plates and go hard all the way... thats the solution to most of my friends who have multiple tickets
Wow.. Uhm, no. to all of this.
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Old 12-03-2012, 10:20 AM   #49
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Old 12-03-2012, 11:17 AM   #50
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.. thats the solution to most of my friends who have multiple tickets
Obviously it doesn't work so well otherwise they wouldn't have multiple tickets.
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Old 02-02-2013, 08:48 PM   #51
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in Jeresey its reckless driving, 5 points and a hefty fine. Problem is insurance surcharges will get ya.
Funny thing about Jersey, police aren't allowed to chase anymore, unless it's for a felony,etc. Most cops will still give chase for a couple minutes, but dispatch will tell them they are required to back off. Then again, they will likely have your Plate #, and they will be knocking at your door.

(actually if you listen to the scanners around newark, trenton, etc....you'll frequently hear this going on. A cop pulls someone over for a busted tail-light, car suddenly runs and darts for the expressway,)
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Old 02-05-2013, 07:40 AM   #52
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And everyone that don't ride sportbikes ask why do we run from the law. Look at the fines you have to pay.But in my state (TN), well at least East Tn. If a motorcycle of any kind decides to run the PO-PO have to stop the chase. This is for safety reasons for everyone. Acutually there was a case were a bike ran and the cop chased and the bike eventually wrecked and the kid passed away and the family sued and won the case. I am not saying to go out and act crazy on your bikes and if you get caught run. But on my K7 GSXR 1000 i look around real close for other cars or cops and dump the throttle and my tire comes up and the cop sees it coming toward me then thats all he is going to see of me. I would not stop to pay a fine of 1000.00 to 10000.00 dollars. We don't have tracks close to us. So we just play where we know its the safest. And we go ride the dragon for curves.
Speak for yourself.

I live in East TN and I don't run from the "PO-PO". But then again, I also don't pop wheelies nor ride like an asshat on public roads so I don't give them a reason to pull me over.

But if they do decide to pull me over, I would pull over immediately. If I did stupid shit which resulted in a fine of $1k-$10k...then I would pay the fine.

If you don't do stupid shit, you won't get fined. It is easy as that.

And YOU go ride the Dragon for the curves, I do not. Too many squids.

Yes - you do have tracks close to you. There are several tracks less than 5hrs away and a few as close as 3hrs away.

Like I said, speak for yourself. Do not assume that everyone in East TN is as unresponsible as you.
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Old 02-05-2013, 07:43 AM   #53
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I tried to hold my tongue from the other poster. But if you don't like reading old threads then don't pull them back up. I see you can yell smack in Canada. To bad you don't live closer. We could have some fun. Now go argue with someone else cause i don't argue with stupid. I seen my mistake and admitted it. So go trash someone else.
People revive old threads all the time. He is not calling you an idiot because you revived an old thread. He is calling you an idiot for talking about running from the cops and shit like that.
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Old 02-05-2013, 07:50 AM   #54
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i dont even stunt..lmao..im just saying its the sunt wheelie section....let em be retards.....that is all
No.

Stunting is one thing, running from the cops is another.

If somebody wants to go to an abandoned parking lot and wheelie their ass off, by all means, go for it. We do not condone doing that shit on public roads and we damn sure don't condone running from the cops.

We don't condone riding 100+mph and dragging knee on public roads either.

Just like riding fast and dragging knee, there is a time and place for stunting also.

There is never a place for running from the cops and talk of such is not condoned anywhere on the forum, not even in the stunt section.
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Old 03-23-2013, 11:10 PM   #55
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This is what the great state of Washington gave me for being on the rear tire. $550 down the drain.

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Lucky he wasn't in Washington. It's reckless driving, bike impound and an arrest.
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Old 03-24-2013, 10:36 AM   #56
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Well since its back anyway https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vxuQ...e_gdata_player
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