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    who was that fucking chimpanzee?

    watching the project tonight and they were doing a push for 'cheesecutter' barriers. They then had some Chimp on a bike grizzling about them on safety grounds and then riding off with no gloves and an unzipped jacket.
    fuck me, you can't write that shit if you tried... where did they come from?

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    "The Project". Nuff said.

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    Did he have his man-boobs (moobs) out on TV!

    But you have a good point - as a community we are generally pretty poor at presenting a decent public image.

    You need someone like pretty boy Mike Pero to speak out on subjects of concern.

    And I think he needs a rowdy pipe on that Triumph of his ... it would sound ace in his advert with some burble.

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    Got a link?

    Not had telly for years.
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    but once again you proved me wrong.
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    I was hit by one such driver while remaining in the view of their mirror.

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    biker on the project


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    Quote Originally Posted by nzspokes View Post
    Got a link?
    Is this it?



    Oh hang on, they're gorillas. But you don't have to sign up and to be honest it is just as intelelctual as the one on TV3.

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    Jules Lee apparently.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GazzaH View Post
    "The Project". Nuff said.
    Yup. Brain dead "fluff" for the powderpuff generation who have the attention span of a goldfish.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoonicorn View Post
    So old mate from NZTA just says, like a broken record, they are good. They save lives. This is the right thing to do. They are safer for motorcyclists. They save lives.

    Armco with a runner along the bottom seems to be the best bet for us. Well.. Other than driver and rider training and education to avoid the crash in the first place..



    We got the same bollocks here with cheese graters. Even after they have killed a motorcycle police officer and his wife and heaps of other people over the years. They keep installing them because they're really good at catching Jonathon Citizen in his Holden Craptiva as he drifts between lanes on his phone. Granted. They just don't care about us motorcyclists. If the rope can cut into a metal car, tear into it and slow it down, what is it going to do to a human being in a leather jacket, huh?
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    Quote Originally Posted by WALRUS View Post
    If the rope can cut into a metal car, tear into it and slow it down, what is it going to do to a human being in a leather jacket, huh?
    Bounce them off pretty much because they don't have the mass that a metal car does.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WALRUS View Post
    If the rope can cut into a metal car, tear into it and slow it down, what is it going to do to a human being in a leather jacket, huh?
    *Sigh*

    It's not the rope.
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    [QUOTE=WALRUS;1131110021]So old mate from NZTA just says, like a broken record, they are good. They save lives. This is the right thing to do. They are safer for motorcyclists. They save lives.

    Armco with a runner along the bottom seems to be the best bet for us. Well.. Other than driver and rider training and education to avoid the crash in the first place..[QUOTE=WALRUS;1131110021]

    Plenty of other road furniture will do same damage as WRBs, a traffic island, a light pole, any sign pole, trees etc.

    Observing where some under the armco skids have been fitted is bewildering, on the inside of some curves for example. Maybe I sat too far back in physics class
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ocean1 View Post
    *Sigh*

    It's not the rope.
    Very good point, well made.. I obviously didn't think that through before I posted it. My bad

    Quote Originally Posted by caspernz View Post
    Plenty of other road furniture will do same damage as WRBs, a traffic island, a light pole, any sign pole, trees etc.

    Observing where some under the armco skids have been fitted is bewildering, on the inside of some curves for example. Maybe I sat too far back in physics class
    Yeah, we've got a couple in silly places too but I like to think that at least they're trying.
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    Every time I see the title to this thread I read it as 'Who is fucking this chimpanzee' even though I know what it really says.
    Is there something wrong with me???

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonu View Post
    Every time I see the title to this thread I read it as 'Who is fucking this chimpanzee' even though I know what it really says.
    Is there something wrong with me???
    Depends on whether you really have the hots for that chimpanzee on the bike
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