to the rider on the highway in p1......

Thread: to the rider on the highway in p1......

1. to the rider on the highway in p1......

man you were in p1 so long then you switched to p3 without letting anyone know. you could have come close to the white line and seriously come close to a vehicle in the other lane. i hope you take it easy out there cuz at this rate the way you ride in p2 you'll end up on the edge of p4 in no time. i think it was a "repsol" replica?

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man you were in p1 so long then you switched to p3 without letting anyone know. you could have come close to the white line and seriously come close to a vehicle in the other lane. i hope you take it easy out there cuz at this rate the way you ride in p2 you'll end up on the edge of p4 in no time. i think it was a "repsol" replica?

Forgive my ignorance but the terms p1 and so forth, what do they mean?

4. if you knew what they meant maybe you coulda passed your road test?? sorry but that was too easy.

5. p = poseur
1-4 = points

if you knew what they meant maybe you coulda passed your road test?? sorry but that was too easy.
Already passed my road test buds. Now are you gonna be a child or would you just be kind enough to explain. AI have an idea, but am not clear on it.

7. 5,4,3,2,1...closed

8. I'd like to add that I saw this so called "repsol" replica at a light today in downtown. He revved up his engine, put it in neutral and then took BOTH hands off the bars! I also think he forgot to shoulder check before going through the intersection when the light went green!

Wake up man! Are you trying to kill someone!

I'd also like to note that his gloves weren't properly done up and he wasn't wearing one-piece leathers... what a squid.

hehe

9. Originally Posted by crazycharlie909
Forgive my ignorance but the terms p1 and so forth, what do they mean?
They are talking about lane positions as in lane position 1, 2 or 3.... lane position 1 being close to the center and 3 being near the curb

11. I think the repsol jokes have offically jumped the shark.

They are talking about lane positions as in lane position 1, 2 or 3.... lane position 1 being close to the center and 3 being near the curb
Depends on the lane. P1 is left and P3 is right.

man you were in p1 so long then you switched to p3 without letting anyone know. you could have come close to the white line and seriously come close to a vehicle in the other lane. i hope you take it easy out there cuz at this rate the way you ride in p2 you'll end up on the edge of p4 in no time. i think it was a "repsol" replica?
Thats awsome

man you were in p1 so long then you switched to p3 without letting anyone know.
I do that all the time, position depends on conditions and I have little patience for squids that want to be riding up beside me. I don't need to let you know, I only need to check to see if it is clear and if I didn't hit someone passing me in my lane then then I'm guessing it was clear.

You wanna pass, then pass but don't hang around me like that. I might want to use the whole lane to avoid something. Also don't follow too close because I also like to brake hard and expect you to be able to do the same.

(figured I'd post for repsol) afterall changing position is something bikes should be doing constantly. Conditions change constantly, so should bikes. Locking yourself into a certain position because you don't want to look bad or are afraid there might be something beside you (always be aware, is there or isn't there, no grey) is often one of those conditions that lead to crashes on group rides. )

15. Originally Posted by Architeuthis
I do that all the time, position depends on conditions and I have little patience for squids that want to be riding up beside me. I don't need to let you know, I only need to check to see if it is clear and if I didn't hit someone passing me in my lane then then I'm guessing it was clear.

You wanna pass, then pass but don't hang around me like that. I might want to use the whole lane to avoid something. Also don't follow too close because I also like to brake hard and expect you to be able to do the same.

(figured I'd post for repsol) afterall changing position is something bikes should be doing constantly. Conditions change constantly, so should bikes. Locking yourself into a certain position because you don't want to look bad or are afraid there might be something beside you (always be aware, is there or isn't there, no grey) is often one of those conditions that lead to crashes on group rides. )