MotoVid ALMTD & clinics - Sat-Mon, Sep 5-7

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Re: MotoVid ALMTD & clinics - Sat-Mon, Sep 5-7

Postby shagzomatic » Thu Sep 10, 2015 9:00 am

Awesome weekend, thanks everyone for coming out and making it great. Wish I could have spent a little less time wrenching on ShagzWife's new bike, but at least we have it up and running half decent at this point. If I ever find the fool who did that hack job on the wiring harness, though.... :rant:

Very thankful that everyone who took tumbles weren't hurt badly. Hoping for speedy recoveries all around. Naldge it seems your crash video has been making the rounds -- 185 views already, maybe you should talk to Anthony about royalties. :lol:
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Re: MotoVid ALMTD & clinics - Sat-Mon, Sep 5-7

Postby naldge » Fri Sep 11, 2015 10:23 am

Haha, I've watched it a few times, definitely a learning lesson.
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Re: MotoVid ALMTD & clinics - Sat-Mon, Sep 5-7

Postby Sportbiker » Mon Sep 14, 2015 6:17 pm

The weekend was a blast. Its been too long since I've been able to get out with the bunch of you. And I'd have preferred some of us spent more time riding round the corners rather than in medical or doing patch-jobs. Let the wife know that this will be an annual event, as best I can tell, so I plan to repeat. WIsh I'd have been more prepared with goodies, tho. I personally got back to where I was over a season ago with aggressiveness, so I need to pick up on that early next season. Ideally with a new ride.

Very cool to get to know a bunch of the crew better too. Really looking forward to some of the pics from our umbrella ladies to replace the lame stuff I've got on the basement TT wall.
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