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I don't think that the wheelie was strictly necessary, after all he had already proved that he is a better rider than most people on the planet by that point......... :D
He was running low on fuel so the wheelie was to eek out that last drop... So necessity not showing of ;)
 

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Isn't that Mabel's Old Man? :confused: :D :thumbright:
 

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The man does not know fear.:thumbup:
 

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There's a lot of natural talent there that has been finely honed and tuned over many years

Awesome
 

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Amazing!

Seriously jealous!

JB
 

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Oh I don't know. He left his indicator on unnecessarily for quite a while; that would be a fail in a driving test. Pretty basic incompentance to my mind.

Just kidding!!! :p
 

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Oh I don't know. He left his indicator on unnecessarily for quite a while; that would be a fail in a driving test. Pretty basic incompentance to my mind.

Just kidding!!! :p

Yea - and his lane manners where a bit poor, didnt use his mirrors either...did you see him look round instead..disgraceful! No wonder he is in the outback...probably lost his licence riding like that....talented git!
 

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Pah, looks just like SteveT chasing me out of the final stage of the Galloway XRV ride out!
Varadero with TKC's v's Transalp on knobblies,,,, was a good race although SteveT cheated at the end and cut over the bank at the car park to beat me!

Good on the guy, monster wheelie, almost lost it a one point though, a talented guy nonetheless. Respect. :thumbup:
 

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I ride like that anytime I get the opportunity. Probably a bit smoother and definatly faster. I have better control of the bike as well. The only thing that interferes with my superb riding is the alarm clock waking me up for work.


I would love to be able to handle a bike like them.
 

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Look you guys, if you want to do that and can't justify the time or distance, try www.endurorepublic.com
I've been with them twice and you get a lot of riding in; and I mean a lot!
I've done Yamaha Off Road days, which are great, but in Portugal, you ride from about 10:30 until 4-5 pm each day, with a short break for lunch. Dave is great and the riding..... well.... superb.
That's me on the right on the homepage. No, I don't work for them, but just love them:thumbup::thumbup::thumbup:
 

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Yea - and his lane manners where a bit poor, didnt use his mirrors either...did you see him look round instead..disgraceful! No wonder he is in the outback...probably lost his licence riding like that....talented git!
And the tail-gating! Both dangerous and inconsiderate of other road users. ;)
 
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