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Re: motorbiking in the snow

Post by Benneyboy on Wed Dec 23, 2009 2:40 am

Lissee wrote:
Benneyboy wrote:i am supposed to be driving up to glocuester today on the motorway m five < already been one acidnet

Why what happened you,

My sister is hoping to drive from Gloucester to scotland today to get the ferry home for christmas, in a car of course. Hope she makes it without too many problems


nah lol keyboard being a spaz lol

i was meaning that theres already been one acident and dont want too be abother fucking shitting it

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Re: motorbiking in the snow

Post by Lissee on Wed Dec 23, 2009 2:47 am

Yeah im sure u are , watch out for the black ice too. going to work today I had my foot on the gas and my wheels were just spinning on the spot, very weird
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Re: motorbiking in the snow

Post by Benneyboy on Wed Dec 23, 2009 3:14 am

Lissee wrote:Yeah im sure u are , watch out for the black ice too. going to work today I had my foot on the gas and my wheels were just spinning on the spot, very weird

LOL I had to do that in my missus escort on sunday jsut by my gaff there theres a steep small hill lol she fucking ran me like i cant get up the hill , i jumped in span the shit outta the fornt got some heat in tit then the bitch gripped lol fucking awsome matey in his scobby then made a piont of how his 4wd impreaa would soin so easily so i proper dicked on his fire and put the pitbike pit for 5 mins now all the kids rou nd my area know what a proper burnout is lol

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Re: motorbiking in the snow

Post by Bluecollarlove on Wed Dec 23, 2009 6:44 am

Ive been riding all week in the Snow and ice and ive only came off once wich was my fault for showing off cause my mates road was pure ice so i put it into 6th and got my bike into red line while doing 15mph then it just went sideways then i hit some1's van Smile no Damage to the bike and ive only got a little hole in my leg

Crikes Jon. That's not the way to go....!

On pure ice, you take off in second gear (ride the clutch and push on the throttle).
Going down hill, you slip into high gear and ease on your brakes. Like in a car; on ice when you go downhill, you actually need to get into 3rd or 4th gear to go down, so that engine braking never 'jolts' the smooth ride.

Any sudden movement on the ice will shift your momentum from the back and spin you into a tail. So you have to ease gently on and off the throttle all the time.

And add those stabilisers of course lol!
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Re: motorbiking in the snow

Post by DanHam on Wed Dec 23, 2009 8:00 am

Mines out side the house and its been there since friday. All these B roads around here are barely a go in a car never mind a bike. Besides I have nothing else to do Smile

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Re: motorbiking in the snow

Post by Lissee on Mon Dec 28, 2009 2:39 pm

well the result was.... he came off his bike today.....

Black ice at around 45 mph.
lucky enough hes not badly hurt but his lovely brand new bike now needs a new brake lever and has scratches, he had only just got it back from a repair that happened when he was transporting it over here on a trailor and it fell over ,

hes not having a lot of luck with it ,poor guy
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Re: motorbiking in the snow

Post by Bluecollarlove on Mon Dec 28, 2009 3:58 pm

who are you talking about Lissee?

sounds like he's lucky...but silly to ride in this kind of black ice sheet weather...
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Re: motorbiking in the snow

Post by Lissee on Mon Dec 28, 2009 5:07 pm

my sisters boyfriend
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Re: motorbiking in the snow

Post by Bluecollarlove on Mon Dec 28, 2009 7:03 pm

Wow. Not a nice way to spend Christmas.

I think watching motorcycle DVDs is mmuch safer until the black ice thaws!

Numptiness on the roads don't help either. I had so many cars pull out in front of me without signalling it' s incredible. I felt like the 'odd one out' who insists on signalling and sticking to the highway code here! Smile
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Re: motorbiking in the snow

Post by DanHam on Wed Dec 30, 2009 2:53 pm

Matt was another victim of the ice last night, he binned it again, that No.3 for him now.

Thats really unlucky about your sisters boyfriend Lisa.

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Re: motorbiking in the snow

Post by Greg J on Wed Dec 30, 2009 3:16 pm

What bike did he come off on?
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Re: motorbiking in the snow

Post by DanHam on Wed Dec 30, 2009 3:52 pm

My old RS50.

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Post by Greg J on Wed Dec 30, 2009 7:13 pm

So just wearing jeans prob? lol

Is he OK, and the bike?
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Re: motorbiking in the snow

Post by DanHam on Thu Dec 31, 2009 4:43 am

Erm I'm not sure what he was wearing, not much knowing Matt Laughing

Yeah he fine, he said his bike doesn't look to bad, his new indicators are smashed up, well they were already broken from the other day when it fell off its stand.

His bike, I don't think it can get much worse tbh, both sides are scratched, they would need filling and respraying.

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Post by Will-Radford on Thu Dec 31, 2009 10:02 am

LOL the curse of rs50 is following him now., ive passed it on
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Re: motorbiking in the snow

Post by DanHam on Fri Jan 01, 2010 6:42 am

Will-Radford wrote:LOL the curse of rs50 is following him now., ive passed it on

ROFL, you and him are like bloody twins.

Ride safe in this new year mate.

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Re: motorbiking in the snow

Post by Will-Radford on Fri Jan 01, 2010 10:36 am

Yeah im going to be taking it steady when it comes out the garage... for a while Wink lol
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Re: motorbiking in the snow

Post by Bluecollarlove on Fri Jan 01, 2010 10:57 am

It's not just you two - it'll be anyone who's silly enough to ride without understanding the road conditions in this kind of weather!

So many in London keep on binning it. I don't know why people would bother with the risk unless they're trying to make an insurance claim...
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Re: motorbiking in the snow

Post by DanHam on Fri Jan 01, 2010 6:50 pm

Thats it, I won't ride my bike when its like this, I don't really see the point. Its 2 weeks today since I rode it, I have major withdrawral symptoms already Laughing

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Post by Will-Radford on Sat Jan 02, 2010 5:08 am

Yeah well i have been really good, not riden it in 3 weeks, Very Happy
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Re: motorbiking in the snow

Post by DanHam on Sat Jan 02, 2010 5:34 am

Will-Radford wrote:Yeah well i have been really good, not riden it in 3 weeks, Very Happy

Thats a bloody good thing, with that shiney new paint you have Smile

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Re: motorbiking in the snow

Post by Will-Radford on Sat Jan 02, 2010 9:06 am

Thats the reason i havnt used it lol
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Post by Benneyboy on Sat Jan 02, 2010 11:50 am

Will-Radford wrote:Yeah well i have been really good, not riden it in 3 weeks, Very Happy

fucking lol mate youre bike was probualy shitting it when it saw the snow outside the garage door thinking to itslef ohhh shit this time im going down for good lol ,

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Re: motorbiking in the snow

Post by Will-Radford on Sat Jan 02, 2010 3:35 pm

Haha, nawww im being nice to her now

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Post by Benneyboy on Sun Jan 03, 2010 2:44 am

Will-Radford wrote:Haha, nawww im being nice to her now

lil fiddy baybe


did you buy that other 50 in the end mate

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