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How far up would YOU get?

Discussion in 'Racing, Motorsports, and Track Days' started by Loz, Nov 23, 2007.

  1. go the 2-smokes :cool: :cool: :cool:
  2. Great stuff,
    i would get to the car park, probly as far as i would get

  3. #5 QuarterWit, Nov 24, 2007
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    I wouldn't make it into my helmet.

    Here's one a little more spectacular.


    A really good spectator sport, it's a shame it isn't really all that big outside the states. I remember reading that it's one of the most dangerous motorsports.

    Actually, on second thoughts I might be able to go a bit better than this -

  4. amazing. Imagine how much that must hurt.
  5. Wow, that's some pretty impressive stuff.
    And what about those marshals? :shock:
  6. Yeah, go marshalls. Yelling "bike" as they rained down. Top Crew.
  7. Ya wanna play catch?.................. With a motorbike :shock: Crazy septics :LOL:
  8. Could this be the hill climb featured in the classic film "On Any Sunday"?

    I think I'd make the carpark and bottle out :grin:
  9. I wanna see someone riding back down!!!
  10. That was the "Widowmaker" in a different state. It was pretty crazy, but with long swingarms and specialist bikes the hills are getting more and more insane. I think you've been one of the first to mention this movie on the forums. I've watched it over and over and over and over...

    Really would suck to be a marshal, trying to throw a hook around a falling 130 kilo motorbike.
  11. #13 CamKawa, Nov 29, 2007
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    Pedrosa taught him everything he knows. :grin:
  12. love those extended swingarms :p

    and yeah its a good spectator sport till you cop a dirtbike to the face
  13. #16 QuarterWit, Nov 30, 2007
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