woah, woah! im doing power wheelies all day long, but i dont know if im that high when i ride them out. clutching them is something im practicing now with minimal succes. damn, people always wanna make assumptions and they always are the ones that end up looking [)]Arturo and DEZ, stop being scared of the bike and pull that throttle back
that has to be on the eastern side of the state. we ride twisties that run 15-25 miles long. and then that's just a fraction of the 175 mile one way routes that we ride over here on the western side of the state.Originally posted by melloyello
Only problem w/ the twisties around here is the roads aren't long enough. You only get a couple of miles of curves and then there's the damned stop sign. Plus there are lots of farmers and deer, not to mention dogs who like to jump out at the last minute and try to chase you. Came out of a curve a couple of months after I got the bike and almost got took out by 2 St. Bernards. Those things are huge.