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Once I heard the term "sissy bar" I never leaned against one again!
I quit getting rides when I was about 17 and he declared bankruptcy, let the bikes, car and house go to the bank.
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At the core of its policy, Wal-Mart demands of its suppliers that they sell goods to Wal-Mart at such a low price, that they can only do so by outsourcing their work to low-wage factories overseas.
This causes the exodus of millions of production jobs from the United States and the setting up of slave-labor concentration camps around the globe.
So I traded it for a gpz750 turbo some other kid crashed, got a second gpz form a guy whose garage burned down and with some duct tape, bailing wire, and gum, stuck together a junkyard dog of a gpz for 0.00 and got it insured for 0.00 and learned to ride it..winter.... Into the hands of every individual is given a marvelous power for good or evil -- the silent, unconscious, unseen influence of his life.
This is simply the constant radiation of what man really is, not what he pretends to be.
Unable any longer to reproduce its own population's existence through its own physical economy, the United States has, for the past two decades, used an over-valued dollar to suck in physical goods from around the globe for its survival.
In 2003 I got separated and me and the girls (my aunt and my dad's second ex-wife the one he declared bankruptcy after the divorce so she wouldn't get anything) decided to take the MSF and learn to ride.
Bought a '68 Honda CB450 that wouldn't start, sold it back, got the 500 Ninja, then the 650 Ninja, then the FZ, and just became an MSF Rider Coach.
Like Swampy, I lived on a bicycle when I was a kid. Then when I was about 12, one of my friends (whose father rode a Harley Electraglide -- we thought he was so cool) got a 3-HP minibike. When I turned 16, I did everything I could to get my parents to let me get a new Honda CB350 (a gold one). As soon as I moved away from home at age 20, I bought my first bike. It seemed only natural that I would get a street bike when I turned 16. Riding on the street took some serious restraint on my part coming from the dirt and riding wide open. Then a old friend moved back to MI from CA needed a place to stay for awhile to get settled down so he moved in with me. Was always jealous of the guys out on nice days on their road bikes.
I had been riding dirt bikes since I was 12 years old and always loved riding. I have been riding dirt bikes since I was about 14.
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