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Always interesting to speculate but seriously you need to see an Orthopedic specialist to narrow it down. After a trip over the bars I had three tendons pull loose from their anchors from wrist. Everything still worked, it was just sore and I couldn't ... more »
I really enjoy Justin Hills approach; honest straight talking interviews, respectful to competitors and gracious for the support family and team. Justin has always been a fun loving dirt biker that may well impact the premier class with championship ... more »
Name: Randy Rubberbandman T-Tuff Tumblin... Age: Soon to be the fast guy in the class and 60 Favorite rider: Magoo, Shu, Popeye, RV....Nor Cal are my Peeps Profession: Field Sales, Meat Industry Current ride : 2007 WR450F South Dakota Plated the only
Meat Glue, red slim...oh boy...well binder is at the core of any good burger. Building a patty out of 93% lean Sirloin is going to crumble through your grill on that first flip. I prefer 85% lean, though many enjoy the flavor of an 80% and endure the ... more »
BRUTAL! I part out animals for a living and always thought with my knowledge of mechanics and muscle composition I could play doctor for tumor removal, plugging holes or plating breaks when this Civil War breaks out. However when a highly paid athlete ... more »
People, People, People! Don't waste a Rib Eye grinding them up and good luck purchasing Short Ribs pulling the bone and justifying the cost to grind them. As for Brisket that flavor profile is certainly not enhanced....save your money, save your time ... more »
I remember all the shit Grant took from this board...I'd say his own plan worked best. Look for Mookie to top ten Daytona out of his van, if a team doesn't pick him up prior.
She did well, I'm sure she'll have grown more for this season...bolt ons or not. But damn it Diana ...
Dianna > Juliana
Pics or it didn't happen!
Hog wash! We'd all prefer a shredded Shoulder "Butt" in that sauce to a Hog's Ass. Still, we can't always get what we want so I can't disagree with your Malcomb strategy.
And you probably also think a pigs ass is Pork eh Waterloo?
Consider the expansion into dirt racing, from what? Ski racing I suppose.... But I'd say it was a more extreme sport then in comparing era's. Still fun times and great to visit for sure, thanks for the post.
I've swapped my 250f setup to a 125, mostly for the SSS KYB's. Didn't work out as well as hoped, but obviously the weight difference should be closer 250 to 350. Just don't expect the same performance for either if you make the fork switch.
Classic and classless...a Racist calling out a "Racist"
Went to my first race with my Super Rat hanging off the bumper racks with my parents on our Ford LTD...I ride less every year and never made a gate this year....damn. I will rally, but not in this year...bring on 2017!
As a few had said; Great entertainment and a great way to promote start money for next year...after all Moving Marv was well out of the picture. A couple of my own take outs; Big Boy Mookie can hold a line and handles those bump and runs very well....though ... more »
pro-bootmx resoled my tech 8's last year with their Gaerne Sole application and they looked and performed great. I did a lot of dual sporting this summer and flat tracking too many of those gravel roads took its toll. Anyway, I picked up a hardly worn ... more »
Stay on it Mookie, work on those starts, your strength and keep having fun on dirt bikes. Guaranteed, a ride within the first 2 or 3 rounds will be offered up. Ride the wheels off that factory bike and earn your outdoor ticket while you're at it.
Upgrading my '06 to an '08 frame was a noticeable improvement to corner entry and holding. More so then revalving, new clamps and dialing in those legs. The '06 certainly felt vague yet stable but with the '08 and 24mm offset clamps it was right at both. ... more »