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I find riding a Moto is like playing Golf,some days you have it and some days you don't . A wise old Moto rider told me once the day you stop being respectful is the day you'll get hurt.

I ride my bike thinking I am the worsed rider in the world. tumb2
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Greg wrote:I find riding a Moto is like playing Golf,some days you have it and some days you don't . A wise old Moto rider told me once the day you stop being respectful is the day you'll get hurt.

I ride my bike thinking I am the worsed rider in the world. tumb2
Interesting parallel. Years ago I was at a Aviation Safety Seminar and it was presented that most Pilot related accidents in the Navy were with second and third tour Pilots. Typical tour lengths are 2-3 years each. The newer Pilots were very cautious but as they got into their 6th 7th, 8th years is when they got cocky and overstepped their skill levels.

Confidence is one thing but arrogance is a dangerous thing no mater what the subject matter.
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Just glad to hear from Roady again. Haven't seen or heard from you since you moved. I know I've been MIA since I sold my last GW and I'm sorry for that. Love this group!
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Great to 'hear' from you again, Buddy! Has Florida recovered from the shock of you two moving there yet? :lol:

Good time to be re-reading that article as riding season is just about here in the UK (Apparently it is scheduled for May 25 between 9AM and 3.32PM) :roll:
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