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post #16 of 22 Old 07-22-2018, 04:30 PM
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Impressive. Too bad it decided to do harley things
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Well then I'd be shaking my head at those guys too! lol It's just not really the type of bike you would/should bring to a track. I'm surprised you'd even ask that lol I too have seen people bring other non-sport bikes to track days (although never a Harley), and although it's fine, I could tell they weren't having as much fun as they would've on sport bikes. A friend of mine started out track days on a Diavel, then shortly after he showed up with an SV650. I suppose it's fine if you just have that one bike and you want to try out the track, but the guy in the video you can tell that's not his first track day, and he knows what he's doing. Leave the Harley home
Surprised I'd ask that? haha... dude I worked for a track day organization. I've seen everything at the track. The track is a place to hone your skills on your bike in a more controled environment. So some bring their SuMo's, some ADV bikes, and this dude brings his HD. (Although he usually does bring his R6 as well). So in the way some "have fun" on a racetrack, others do it on a different bike.

You may have seen one of his other rides on some overcrowded road in the Los Angeles area

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Surprised I'd ask that? haha... dude I worked for a track day organization. I've seen everything at the track. The track is a place to hone your skills on your bike in a more controled environment. So some bring their SuMo's, some ADV bikes, and this dude brings his HD. (Although he usually does bring his R6 as well). So in the way some "have fun" on a racetrack, others do it on a different bike.

You may have seen one of his other rides on some overcrowded road in the Los Angeles area
Haven't seen that one, but I saw a different one similar to that a couple of years ago which I'm guessing is the same guy?

I just think if you want to ride like that, you're meant for a sport bike or supermoto, not a Harley. Harleys are just not meant to be ridden like that lol Glad that he's at least bringing an R6 to the track to really hone his skills, and this is just more of a "fucking around on" bike.
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Haven't seen that one, but I saw a different one similar to that a couple of years ago which I'm guessing is the same guy?

I just think if you want to ride like that, you're meant for a sport bike or supermoto, not a Harley. Harleys are just not meant to be ridden like that lol Glad that he's at least bringing an R6 to the track to really hone his skills, and this is just more of a "fucking around on" bike.
What he's showing people is that you can't just shove a Harley into a specific "it's only meant for cruising" corner.

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When guys start riding, people say, 'Go do a track day!'

When guys want to buy a bigger bike, people say, 'More fun riding a slow bike fast than a fast bike slow!'

Then when a guy actually does ride a slow bike fast at a track day, people say, 'WTF SMH'.

Make up your minds.
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When guys start riding, people say, 'Go do a track day!'

When guys want to buy a bigger bike, people say, 'More fun riding a slow bike fast than a fast bike slow!'

Then when a guy actually does ride a slow bike fast at a track day, people say, 'WTF SMH'.

Make up your minds.
touche! But when people say "slow bike" they're usually not talking about a cruiser, just a smaller displacement sport bike lol
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