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12/10/2019 9:58 PM

Well only just learnt that in Insta with Jeremy doing a smoothy with ARAMA and some key board warrior trying to burn MC with about corporations. MC said its his company along with other riders including Reed..

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12/10/2019 10:10 PM

Yeah, there are a few riders involved in it. Nick Wey is another.

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12/10/2019 10:22 PM

We landed on the moon!

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12/10/2019 10:42 PM

GuyB wrote:

Yeah, there are a few riders involved in it. Nick Wey is another.

Yeah never knew the background of the company … Very cool.

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12/11/2019 3:23 AM

snowy816 wrote:

Well only just learnt that in Insta with Jeremy doing a smoothy with ARAMA and some key board warrior trying to burn MC with about corporations. MC said its his company along with other riders including Reed..

What the heck are u talking about?

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12/11/2019 5:39 AM

GuyB wrote:

Yeah, there are a few riders involved in it. Nick Wey is another.

Wey just runs the protein shake part of the business...………….

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12/11/2019 5:42 AM

You had me at learnt and ARAMA...

Didn’t ARMA start as some product of nuts coated with caffeine, like energy nuts?

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12/11/2019 5:54 AM
Edited Date/Time: 12/11/2019 5:54 AM

akmx17 wrote:

We landed on the moon!


And raced around in some bitchin' dune buggies...

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Do It In The Dirt!

12/11/2019 6:01 AM


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12/11/2019 6:44 AM

Wait...what? Someone said something about salty nuts with energy?

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I ripped a start from Egypt and I was happy about that.

12/11/2019 7:31 AM

SC1

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12/11/2019 7:38 AM

actually found some of the arma energy nuts in a drawer in the basement pantry the other day, used to love the things

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kcco

12/11/2019 8:23 AM

Ramrod wrote:

You had me at learnt and ARAMA...

Didn’t ARMA start as some product of nuts coated with caffeine, like energy nuts?

It sounds weird, but it's acceptable.


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"Sorry Goose, but it's time to buzz the tower."

12/11/2019 8:38 AM
Edited Date/Time: 12/11/2019 8:39 AM

Geez, I remember my grandmother commenting on me bitching about my electric bill.

"That'll learn you to outen the lights when you leave the room!".

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12/11/2019 11:35 AM

-MAVERICK- wrote:

It sounds weird, but it's acceptable.


Perhaps because the word learned is also used as an adjective. As in he is a learned scholar... pronounced learn-ed.

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12/14/2019 4:28 AM

harescrambled wrote:

Perhaps because the word learned is also used as an adjective. As in he is a learned scholar... pronounced learn-ed.

Dang... I been sayin' it as "larn't" all these years.

"That ol' dawg right there over yonder, he done larn't himse'f a new trick!!"

That ain't grammar either. Thut's my cuzin'.

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12/15/2019 2:50 AM
Edited Date/Time: 12/15/2019 2:51 AM

akmx17 wrote:

We landed on the moon!

Zeke27G wrote:
And raced around in some bitchin' dune buggies...

Looks like nasa needs a better suspension guy that has learnt proper setup for those conditions

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12/15/2019 7:20 AM

Never noticed it before, but is that the first ever luner roost or what?

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12/15/2019 7:30 AM

TeamGreen wrote:

Wait...what? Someone said something about salty nuts with energy?

It has electrolytes.

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12/15/2019 8:56 AM

What does Arma make?

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12/15/2019 9:38 AM

stiksandstones wrote:

What does Arma make?

Ya really, what's the history behind ARMA.

So they started by making energy (drink) nuts then what? Some MX guys bought into them and now they produce supplements?

I'm too lazy to go to their website history or google them...

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12/15/2019 10:23 AM

akmx17 wrote:

We landed on the moon!

Zeke27G wrote:
And raced around in some bitchin' dune buggies...

Looks comfortable...

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12/15/2019 10:29 AM

Good to see them back. Was weird when they made energy drinks, super local out here in Elsinore but almost exclusively available in sketchy liquor stores only. Didn’t seem like they sold a thing but gajser won a world championship with arma on his helmet

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12/15/2019 11:38 AM
Edited Date/Time: 12/15/2019 11:44 AM

stiksandstones wrote:

What does Arma make?

Ramrod wrote:

Ya really, what's the history behind ARMA.

So they started by making energy (drink) nuts then what? Some MX guys bought into them and now they produce supplements?

I'm too lazy to go to their website history or google them...

I've never heard of them making anything ramrod.

The sanitized version, here. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Historic_Racing_Motorcycle_Association

It's like the AMA for old stuff, but believe me, has had more than its share of drama and intrigue.
To hear those stories, the ones about the lawsuits, infighting and evolution of the organization, you really need to atten an event and talk to some of the old timers.

As I hear it, for the last few years, the big issue is deciding where to take it.
A lot of the guys that used to run it are retiring, dead or for whatever reason not coming anymore.

I know when I mentioned this thread to a guy that hosts events on his farm, some being AHRMA, he was really interested. Apparently nobody knows what's happening with it, only that there is a lot of turmoil in the upper ranks.
Jeremy, heck, that would put shot of interest in it, but hell, Jeremy isn't really old school. I mean, not in the sense
of what AHRMA says they are.

Thing is, if they start running, let's call it a porker class,in Moto, bikes from 1995 to 2005, what happens to the real old stuff? Do they phase them out? Those bikes 1974 and older, what, they go to the museum? That's not what AHRMA
was supposed to be.

I dunno. But let me tell you guys something. Just like an American National, if an AHRMA event comes your way,
especially a motocross event, go.

The bikes you will see, some of the grass tracks they run on, the laid back feel, there's nothing quite like it.

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12/15/2019 2:03 PM

Rupert X wrote:


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12/15/2019 2:50 PM

Rupert X wrote:

keinz wrote:

Yeah, we get those at gas stations. Statoil.

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12/15/2019 3:19 PM

akmx17 wrote:

We landed on the moon!

Zeke27G wrote:
And raced around in some bitchin' dune buggies...

I`ve never bought into the conspiracy theorist BS, but how does all that dirt immediately fall to the ground in a extremely low gravity atmosphere?

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12/16/2019 8:33 AM
Edited Date/Time: 12/16/2019 8:34 AM

akmx17 wrote:

We landed on the moon!

Zeke27G wrote:
And raced around in some bitchin' dune buggies...

uneasy_rider wrote:

I`ve never bought into the conspiracy theorist BS, but how does all that dirt immediately fall to the ground in a extremely low gravity atmosphere?


Same as the flag waving in wind...but there isn't any wind on the moon!! There are some hour plus long documentaries on Youtube that are great watches if you the time to kill, but Villopoto's long haired brother explains the key points here:

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Do It In The Dirt!

12/16/2019 12:55 PM

stiksandstones wrote:

What does Arma make?

Ramrod wrote:

Ya really, what's the history behind ARMA.

So they started by making energy (drink) nuts then what? Some MX guys bought into them and now they produce supplements?

I'm too lazy to go to their website history or google them...

motogrady wrote:

I've never heard of them making anything ramrod.

The sanitized version, here. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Historic_Racing_Motorcycle_Association

It's like the AMA for old stuff, but believe me, has had more than its share of drama and intrigue.
To hear those stories, the ones about the lawsuits, infighting and evolution of the organization, you really need to atten an event and talk to some of the old timers.

As I hear it, for the last few years, the big issue is deciding where to take it.
A lot of the guys that used to run it are retiring, dead or for whatever reason not coming anymore.

I know when I mentioned this thread to a guy that hosts events on his farm, some being AHRMA, he was really interested. Apparently nobody knows what's happening with it, only that there is a lot of turmoil in the upper ranks.
Jeremy, heck, that would put shot of interest in it, but hell, Jeremy isn't really old school. I mean, not in the sense
of what AHRMA says they are.

Thing is, if they start running, let's call it a porker class,in Moto, bikes from 1995 to 2005, what happens to the real old stuff? Do they phase them out? Those bikes 1974 and older, what, they go to the museum? That's not what AHRMA
was supposed to be.

I dunno. But let me tell you guys something. Just like an American National, if an AHRMA event comes your way,
especially a motocross event, go.

The bikes you will see, some of the grass tracks they run on, the laid back feel, there's nothing quite like it.

Is this a real post??? Lol

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12/16/2019 3:24 PM

motogrady wrote:

I've never heard of them making anything ramrod.

The sanitized version, here. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Historic_Racing_Motorcycle_Association

It's like the AMA for old stuff, but believe me, has had more than its share of drama and intrigue.
To hear those stories, the ones about the lawsuits, infighting and evolution of the organization, you really need to atten an event and talk to some of the old timers.

As I hear it, for the last few years, the big issue is deciding where to take it.
A lot of the guys that used to run it are retiring, dead or for whatever reason not coming anymore.

I know when I mentioned this thread to a guy that hosts events on his farm, some being AHRMA, he was really interested. Apparently nobody knows what's happening with it, only that there is a lot of turmoil in the upper ranks.
Jeremy, heck, that would put shot of interest in it, but hell, Jeremy isn't really old school. I mean, not in the sense
of what AHRMA says they are.

Thing is, if they start running, let's call it a porker class,in Moto, bikes from 1995 to 2005, what happens to the real old stuff? Do they phase them out? Those bikes 1974 and older, what, they go to the museum? That's not what AHRMA
was supposed to be.

I dunno. But let me tell you guys something. Just like an American National, if an AHRMA event comes your way,
especially a motocross event, go.

The bikes you will see, some of the grass tracks they run on, the laid back feel, there's nothing quite like it.

The H makes a big difference.

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much ty. How to spot a paid forum poster/artificial forum traffic producer (see list of actions/phrases below):

Copius pattern amounts of phrases like “Anyone have”..., “Anybody know?”.... and their variations.

Thoughts?
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