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    Quote Originally Posted by jellywrestler View Post
    don't harley riders have a sleeping bag and a tool pouch bungeed to their front guards so they can sleep under the stars with the coyotes and smoke weed and drink bourbon all night or have times changed?
    Apart from the Harley part that all sounds pretty good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by roogazza View Post
    Why would you want to jump out of a perfectly good aeroplane in the first place ?????
    There's no such thing as a "perfectly good" aeroplane. They ALL have faults to a certain degree - just ask an aeronautical engineer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jellywrestler View Post
    don't harley riders have a sleeping bag and a tool pouch bungeed to their front guards so they can sleep under the stars with the coyotes and smoke weed and drink bourbon all night or have times changed?
    They have to do that while waiting for the spare parts to arrive...
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    Quote Originally Posted by pritch View Post

    Nobody in NZ would ever resign for such an oversight.


    Somebody at the bottom end of the pecking order would probably be sacked to show 'these things are taken seriously'
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    There's a crusty old American bike instructor called Thomas Day who writes a thought-provoking and often entertaining blog. These are his thoughts on the topic: http://geezerwithagrudge.blogspot.co...hampshire.html . Worth looking at some of his other posts. Doesn't mince his words.

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    Yeah, let's all go for a ride without our helmets to respect our fallen fellow riders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sidecar bob View Post
    Yeah, let's all go for a ride without our helmets to respect our fallen fellow riders.
    that's more than they got for the seven nasa pilots when the space shuttle fell apart....

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    Quote Originally Posted by scumdog View Post
    Nobody in NZ would ever resign for such an oversight.


    Somebody at the bottom end of the pecking order would probably be sacked to show 'these things are taken seriously'
    what happened at cave creek?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackbird View Post
    There's a crusty old American bike instructor called Thomas Day who writes a thought-provoking and often entertaining blog. These are his thoughts on the topic: http://geezerwithagrudge.blogspot.co...hampshire.html . Worth looking at some of his other posts. Doesn't mince his words.
    I enjoyed his description of these "gang" rides as "pirate parades"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackbird View Post
    There's a crusty old American bike instructor called Thomas Day who writes a thought-provoking and often entertaining blog. These are his thoughts on the topic: http://geezerwithagrudge.blogspot.co...hampshire.html . Worth looking at some of his other posts. Doesn't mince his words.
    Had a read and reckon he's fantastic. Thanks for posting.

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    hey guys... just read the 1st couple a posts and knew it was going in the direction of gang come harley group bashing...

    however on a serious note... do watch ya following distance, a fucking good mate died on returning from the brass last month... now altho it was actually caused by a cunt near stoped on a bridge with selfie stick out the window the two bikes doing 100k saw and braked but Mike I asume did not have a clear view and went down the side of the 2 bikes in front, they went down and mike went headon into a oncomming car....

    DONT follow so close when ya not in the zone... just dont...
    cheers DD
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    Quote Originally Posted by dangerous View Post
    hey guys... just read the 1st couple a posts and knew it was going in the direction of gang come harley group bashing...

    however on a serious note... do watch ya following distance, a fucking good mate died on returning from the brass last month... now altho it was actually caused by a cunt near stoped on a bridge with selfie stick out the window the two bikes doing 100k saw and braked but Mike I asume did not have a clear view and went down the side of the 2 bikes in front, they went down and mike went headon into a oncomming car....

    DONT follow so close when ya not in the zone... just dont...
    Further, don't follow too close, ever. Zone or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rastuscat View Post
    Further, don't follow too close, ever. Zone or not.
    true... very true but we all know what its like when a ride simply just comes together, close formation each mate being inside the head of the other mate (mates with hundreds of hours on and of the track) shit its half the buzz as to why we do it...
    cheers DD
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    Quote Originally Posted by dangerous View Post
    true... very true but we all know what its like when a ride simply just comes together, close formation each mate being inside the head of the other mate (mates with hundreds of hours on and of the track) shit its half the buzz as to why we do it...
    Read your other post, very sorry you've lost 3 mates this year. Take care.

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