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  • 180k in the rain!

    anyone know of anyone who came off last night?
    my sister, a doc at freo hospital treated a male and female last night who gave in to gravity, doin 180 on the fwy or summin! pretty nasty or so i hear... But why do such a speed in the rain?!? Why!
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  • #2
    rain doesn't decrease or increase gravity !!!!

    going fast in a straight line in the wet is as easy as in the dry, it only becomes a problem when you want to slow down or change direction quickly..

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    • #3
      Yeah i hate trying to turn in the wet ...

      Always feel like the front is gonna slip out ....

      :shock: :shock: :shock:
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      • #4
        I had it up to 200 in the rain yesterday up around Lancelin etc with no problems.

        I was playing with the new brakes yesterday and the bikes stops amazingly well in the rain as long as you are smooth instead of sudden.
        You put the c*nt in country run

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        • #5
          rain

          My brother dropped his little cb250 going home on friday night. Rung me up to say he needed some better riding gear. Came around a roundabout pretty slow and still lost the front at not much more than walking pace. Minor damage to the bike and his hip is a little sore but nothing major. I dont like riding at all in the rain. :roll:

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          • #6
            Re: rain

            My brother dropped his little cb250 going home on friday night. Rung me up to say he needed some better riding gear. Came around a roundabout pretty slow and still lost the front at not much more than walking pace. Minor damage to the bike and his hip is a little sore but nothing major. I dont like riding at all in the rain. :roll:
            Having lived in the N.T rain doesn't bother me except when we only get a sprinkle and the roads are only half dry and the other half is wet and greasy from the oil. At least after a good shower the oil and crap is washed off.

            But also what kind of tryes is your bro using?
            You put the c*nt in country run

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            • #7
              Always feel like it is gonna slip out ....
              :shock: :shock: :shock:
              he he.....yeah I hate that too Maarken.......... 8)
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              • #8
                i used to be nervise as hell in the rain but you just got to trust your tyres to hold. Now i love it

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                • #9
                  Always feel like it is gonna slip out ....
                  :shock: :shock: :shock:
                  he he.....yeah I hate that too Maarken.......... 8)
                  Hahahaha

                  ....need knobbly rubber.......for more traction......
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                  • #10
                    I've done heaps of wet weather riding, very good to get some added experience....I just hate it when my crotch gets wet.


                    In all seriousness though, it's a great learning curve, just be bloody careful this winter!

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                    • #11
                      I've done heaps of wet weather riding, very good to get some added experience....I just hate it when my crotch gets wet.


                      In all seriousness though, it's a great learning curve, just be bloody careful this winter!
                      I know what you mean, thats the only part that gets wet all the time, EVEN NOW DAYS

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