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Getting Wet

Discussion in 'New Riders and Riding Tips' at netrider.net.au started by TheRealDaniel, Mar 20, 2008.

  1. So I took the young lady around the block tonight and as i was coming round the last bend i hit the throttle and as i stood her I booted it and then as i didnt expect the back decided to fishy up the street at about 50k an hour

    i managed to chuck in the clutch and hit the horn in one motion and stay safe and upright.

    Then i pulled in the driveway and turned the bike right off.


     
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  2. maybe we should swap bikes :)
     
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  3. meh screw u guys, i've learnt a valuable lesson.
     
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  4. At least tell us what bike it was? Why did you hit the horn?
     
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  5. its a 250rr

    the only reason i hit the horn is because i pooed my pants and just tensed up....
     
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  6. I got lost in all that lingo.
     
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  7. Did you take your L plates off first?
     
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  8. In before the lock!!! :LOL:
     
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  9. :?
    I thought this was gonna be a post asking about wet-weather gear.
    Instead it's about ... :-k
     
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  10. man its scary when shit happens but i think you are slighty sexually frustrated... :p:p
     
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  11. um yeah sorry guys.... I forgot to mention that it was my first time riding in the rain...sometimes im not very good at the internetz
     
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  12. Make this your avatar please

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  13. I'll say! I read it that you took your girlfriend for a ride. :facepalm:
     
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  14. lol i thought that as well.... all the way up until this post... haha so the young lady is ure bike... that makes a little more sense
     
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  15. I was imagining this

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  16. :shock:......... :LOL:
     
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  17. The only advice I can give is that if you don't want to get wet, make sure you wear a raincoat :wink:
     
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