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5/3/2008 10:44 PM

LMFAO at all you pathetic Reed haters.

The fastest, toughest guy takes it in convincing fashion. No doubt who the champ is.

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5/3/2008 10:45 PM

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5/3/2008 10:46 PM

rockcrawlerdude wrote:

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For what?

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5/3/2008 10:47 PM
Edited Date/Time: 5/3/2008 10:48 PM

you know.... but still hes a 2 time champ not bad for an aussie!

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5/3/2008 10:47 PM

rockcrawlerdude wrote:

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RandyS wrote:

For what?

That means Reed is a personal friend

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5/3/2008 10:49 PM

Har!

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5/3/2008 11:03 PM

From 7th to 1st ... and in the process blows by the entire Honda Team.

Real sorry all you gossip column bitches got your touchy-feely feelings hurt by anything Reed said. Maybe you need another sport to follow. This one is about who is fastest and toughest on a dirt bike.

Try bowling. I hear they allow skirts.




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5/3/2008 11:15 PM

rockcrawlerdude wrote:

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RandyS wrote:

For what?

Robert wrote:

That means Reed is a personal friend

Nope

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5/3/2008 11:17 PM

Wait it's too late, Was that an asterisk or an I agree?

I'm not sure what the personal friend comment meant

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5/3/2008 11:49 PM
Edited Date/Time: 4/16/2016 6:50 PM

Before this gets too deep.....

Reed is the best SX rider of 08. Congrats to him and his team. He showed it all season, and proved it tonight.

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5/3/2008 11:59 PM
Edited Date/Time: 5/4/2008 12:06 AM

race wrote:

From 7th to 1st ... and in the process blows by the entire Honda Team.

Real sorry all you gossip column bitches got your touchy-feely feelings hurt by anything Reed said. Maybe you need another sport to follow. This one is about who is fastest and toughest on a dirt bike.

Try bowling. I hear they allow skirts.




"fastest and toughest on a dirt bike"? When Chad decides to come back and race outdoors then maybe. Until then congratulations on his motorized bmx championship. Not that there's anything wrong with that but it isn't motocross.

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5/4/2008 12:00 AM

race wrote:

From 7th to 1st ... and in the process blows by the entire Honda Team.

Real sorry all you gossip column bitches got your touchy-feely feelings hurt by anything Reed said. Maybe you need another sport to follow. This one is about who is fastest and toughest on a dirt bike.

Try bowling. I hear they allow skirts.




Nice cast! Shimano or Penn??

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A village in Kenya is missing its idiot

5/4/2008 12:49 AM

race wrote:

From 7th to 1st ... and in the process blows by the entire Honda Team.

Real sorry all you gossip column bitches got your touchy-feely feelings hurt by anything Reed said. Maybe you need another sport to follow. This one is about who is fastest and toughest on a dirt bike.

Try bowling. I hear they allow skirts.




WORCSRacer wrote:

"fastest and toughest on a dirt bike"? When Chad decides to come back and race outdoors then maybe. Until then congratulations on his motorized bmx championship. Not that there's anything wrong with that but it isn't motocross.

Why would Reed have to prove himself outdoors to be the Supercross champ? Does that mean that to prove himself outdoors, he has to be the GNCC champ?

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Care Factor Zero

5/4/2008 1:10 AM

race wrote:

From 7th to 1st ... and in the process blows by the entire Honda Team.

Real sorry all you gossip column bitches got your touchy-feely feelings hurt by anything Reed said. Maybe you need another sport to follow. This one is about who is fastest and toughest on a dirt bike.

Try bowling. I hear they allow skirts.




WORCSRacer wrote:

"fastest and toughest on a dirt bike"? When Chad decides to come back and race outdoors then maybe. Until then congratulations on his motorized bmx championship. Not that there's anything wrong with that but it isn't motocross.

YellowZonker wrote:

Why would Reed have to prove himself outdoors to be the Supercross champ? Does that mean that to prove himself outdoors, he has to be the GNCC champ?

I think to prove himself outdoors he has to go mow the lawn or do the edges or somethin

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5/4/2008 1:17 AM

WORCSRacer wrote:

"fastest and toughest on a dirt bike"? When Chad decides to come back and race outdoors then maybe. Until then congratulations on his motorized bmx championship. Not that there's anything wrong with that but it isn't motocross.

Outdoors isn't all that and as far as what is tougher for most people find sx tracks are tougher to ride than an outdoor tracks, add in the deep ruts on the triples and sx stacks up as a tough event.

Chad is the toughest on a dirtbike period!

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5/4/2008 1:38 AM

race wrote:

From 7th to 1st ... and in the process blows by the entire Honda Team.

Real sorry all you gossip column bitches got your touchy-feely feelings hurt by anything Reed said. Maybe you need another sport to follow. This one is about who is fastest and toughest on a dirt bike.

Try bowling. I hear they allow skirts.




WORCSRacer wrote:

"fastest and toughest on a dirt bike"? When Chad decides to come back and race outdoors then maybe. Until then congratulations on his motorized bmx championship. Not that there's anything wrong with that but it isn't motocross.

Little Dave wrote:

Outdoors isn't all that and as far as what is tougher for most people find sx tracks are tougher to ride than an outdoor tracks, add in the deep ruts on the triples and sx stacks up as a tough event.

Chad is the toughest on a dirtbike period!

You must be smoking some good shit down there.. Have you been to an Outdoor national?

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A village in Kenya is missing its idiot

5/4/2008 2:03 AM

race wrote:

From 7th to 1st ... and in the process blows by the entire Honda Team.

Real sorry all you gossip column bitches got your touchy-feely feelings hurt by anything Reed said. Maybe you need another sport to follow. This one is about who is fastest and toughest on a dirt bike.

Try bowling. I hear they allow skirts.




WORCSRacer wrote:

"fastest and toughest on a dirt bike"? When Chad decides to come back and race outdoors then maybe. Until then congratulations on his motorized bmx championship. Not that there's anything wrong with that but it isn't motocross.

Little Dave wrote:

Outdoors isn't all that and as far as what is tougher for most people find sx tracks are tougher to ride than an outdoor tracks, add in the deep ruts on the triples and sx stacks up as a tough event.

Chad is the toughest on a dirtbike period!

Reed really won it the day Stewart dropped out. Good for him - he took care of business. And luckily he's in a sport where people aren't excluded from participation due to a malignant personality. He's not now, nor has he ever been, the "toughest on a dirt bike". He's the second best supercross rider in the world, the best one dropped out and he won. But overall supercross is a pussy sport compared to motocross - and Chad doesn't DO motocross.

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5/4/2008 2:07 AM

SX a pussy sport? LOL! When was the last time you completed a lap on a real SX track?

And Reed did his time outdoors and did quite well. No point in doing something he doesn't enjoy.

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5/4/2008 2:09 AM

WORCSRacer wrote:

"fastest and toughest on a dirt bike"? When Chad decides to come back and race outdoors then maybe. Until then congratulations on his motorized bmx championship. Not that there's anything wrong with that but it isn't motocross.

Little Dave wrote:

Outdoors isn't all that and as far as what is tougher for most people find sx tracks are tougher to ride than an outdoor tracks, add in the deep ruts on the triples and sx stacks up as a tough event.

Chad is the toughest on a dirtbike period!

WhKnuckle wrote:

Reed really won it the day Stewart dropped out. Good for him - he took care of business. And luckily he's in a sport where people aren't excluded from participation due to a malignant personality. He's not now, nor has he ever been, the "toughest on a dirt bike". He's the second best supercross rider in the world, the best one dropped out and he won. But overall supercross is a pussy sport compared to motocross - and Chad doesn't DO motocross.

yep he doesnt do mx, but he would still woop your ass

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5/4/2008 4:44 AM
Edited Date/Time: 4/16/2016 6:50 PM

WhKnuckle wrote:

Reed really won it the day Stewart dropped out. Good for him - he took care of business. And luckily he's in a sport where people aren't excluded from participation due to a malignant personality. He's not now, nor has he ever been, the "toughest on a dirt bike". He's the second best supercross rider in the world, the best one dropped out and he won. But overall supercross is a pussy sport compared to motocross - and Chad doesn't DO motocross.

Malignant personality WTF!! Wont even bother there.

He is now and has been the toughest on a dirt bike - you're wrong, you're wrong, ya wrong, you are wroooong. There is no need to list all the times he's toughed it through injury, we all know them, more than any top pro.

And you might want to look again at who the best supercross rider in the world is.

Yeah he doesn't do motocross but still whipped RC at the MXDN ......on that piece of shit he was riding; off the couch.


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5/4/2008 4:54 AM

FU Chad Reed

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5/4/2008 5:13 AM
Edited Date/Time: 4/16/2016 6:50 PM

Dam R-acer thats the biggest asterisk Ive ever seen Little Dave>I think even Chad would admit that he had nothin for RC in MX. I dont think RC was in what you would anyone would call top shape at the MXDN but I admire your patriotic enthusiasm.But you might want to put on your flame proof suit after that statement

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5/4/2008 5:24 AM

He didn't have anything for RC in MX but that wasn't quite the point i was trying to make oh well. Judging by the size of that asterisk, R-acer must be really hurting.

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5/4/2008 5:44 AM

CR scraped through and took the championship, I dunno where you get he took it in convincing fashion! He nearly lost it to a pensioner...

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5/4/2008 6:30 AM

Chad is a supercross specialist who's won two titles and his main competition was out both times. When his main competition was in there, he won some races but never really was a favorite to win a title. He won (I think) one national in 5 years. He's a great rider, but he's not even in the same league as the "toughest on a dirt bike". As far as his personality goes, his constant derating of his competitors and whining about his bike, along with the fact that his name ALWAYS comes up as a guy people don't want to work with in those anonymous rider/mechanic surveys that occasionally come out in mags - I really tried to like the guy, and for a long time he was my son's favorite rider, but I've just come to the conclusion that he's an asshole. From his first controversial statement that he's "too good" for the 125 class when he got here (untrue, considering Bubba handled him easily) to his latest annoyance that Short had the audacity to actually try to beat him for a position, he's been an asshole.

Again, he's a great rider. Not the greatest, not the toughest, not anything -est.

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5/4/2008 6:48 AM

R-acer wrote:

FU Chad Reed

give JS one too for last year....remember...

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5/4/2008 6:50 AM

IF Reed raced outdoors this summer he would be the favorite to win the championship hands down....

and the haters would still whine...

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5/4/2008 6:56 AM

shows a lot of class on the honda riders side also.....for not playing games with reed when he was passing them.

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5/4/2008 6:57 AM

DPW wrote:

IF Reed raced outdoors this summer he would be the favorite to win the championship hands down....

and the haters would still whine...

Which kind of proves the haters' point, doesn't it? He won't go out there even when he's a favorite for a title. It's beneath him, he's already made his money, he says the tracks suck, the pits suck, the fans suck, the heat sucks, the dust sucks, the mud sucks, it sucks that you can't get to the airport fast enough, it sucks that you have to be at the track for two whole days and besides that, after 17 races he's ready to take the rest of the year off.

OK, fine. But he shouldn't be surprised that people don't kiss up to him with that kind of attitude. You know, Chad should go back to Europe and go for a GP title. Fewer races, easier schedule, the fans don't get so riled up about a prima donna, and he could win in a walk. Probably less money, though.

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5/4/2008 7:00 AM

R-acer wrote:

FU Chad Reed

DPW wrote:

give JS one too for last year....remember...

The difference is James beat RC in most of the races they did together and only lost the 2006 title because of ONE too many mistakes. James out rode RC in 06...... and in 07 RC had no chance againt James.

REED on the other hand............. I have never seen Reed beat James Stewart EVER!! not even one race!! and I am not talking about a race when either or both James and RC went down in.......... heads up race...... Reed was always half a lap back of those guys. So with both those guy MIA........ thats the only reason he got the title.... and he know is too

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