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and he does a dam good job at it too! :razz:

i took him to some back roads north of dallas for some spirited riding and he was throwing it down. way better rider than myself. my godfather went also and was having trouble keeping up with him. i was always a mile or so back before i caught up with them at the next stop point. :-D

any other local dfw riders interested in joining for the next run?
 

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*****! ya'all make me jealous. I've seen one other S3 on the road out here and I happen to know that it was the states only dealer's Demo bike. I'm buying a ***** trailer and hittin the dragon!
 

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I never had any doubt. Any man who can wheelie in a kilt obviously has skills.
 

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I would be interested in a ride. I'm not too quick on the streets, but I'll add some sex appeal.
 

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On 2007-01-07 18:51, Triple_Rider wrote:
*****! ya'all make me jealous. I've seen one other S3 on the road out here and I happen to know that it was the states only dealer's Demo bike. I'm buying a ***** trailer and hittin the dragon!
i see you have a roadking so shouldnt you already have a trailer? :razz:
 

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On 2007-01-07 16:57, tekmoe wrote:
and he does a dam good job at it too! :razz:

i took him to some back roads north of dallas for some spirited riding and he was throwing it down. way better rider than myself. my godfather went also and was having trouble keeping up with him. i was always a mile or so back before i caught up with them at the next stop point. :-D

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Sounds like myself and 'JRussell', me being 'tekmoe' in this case.

Riding with folks like this gives us a chance to stretch our limits and dare to do a little bit extra, just be sure not to abandon your personal comfort zone. Enjoy the ride but make sure you survive the ride!
 

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Or have a few beers. :-D you said you ride better drunk. :hammer: :razz:
 

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Tekmoe did a good job riding as well. There were a few twisty areas where we were doing a good clip as a group and a few long sweepers at 90-100mph. FUN stuff. I'm not the best rider in the world, but I do what I can and learn when teaching is offered. I'm hoping I might get a trackday or two in while I'm down here, but grad school is probably going to keep that limited.

You can't beat going to school for video game design while living in a city with plenty of entertainment of all kinds though(I've definitely been noticing all the pretty faces... didn't think there'd be so many hot women everywhere). I'll try and give you tips here and there, Tek. Definitely looking forward to future rides if there are any more roads like the ones we hit up sunday.
 

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On 2007-01-08 11:13, Limey wrote:
Or have a few beers. :-D you said you ride better drunk. :hammer: :razz:
*hands Tekmoe a bottle of 'LimeyAway'*
 
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