well I'd say I'm sorry that you guys missed this ride but to tell you the truth, I dont think you had a chance in hell of keeping up with the supermoto's
The ride started with a meet at the indy track. Only wild_fx was there, oh well no prob, 2 supermotos to tear up the street. After 2 (what seemed like mile long) wheelies from Wild_FX some police bikes showed up. So instead of running we go over to talk to the cops. Really nice guys, we ended up talking with them for a bit and I even was sitting on one guys bike at some point. Man those things are heavy, the cop mentioned about 1000 pounds!! They were split on the wheelie verdict. One didnt mind but the other had a problem because of liability issues, but was more than willing to point out where to go He mentioned at one point that we could practice turning. haha so I turn around to see Wild_fx knocking it down 3 and backing it in practicing his turns supermoto style So I see this and decide its about time to figure out this "backing it in" thing. Well after 10-15 min my rear wheel is sliding into turns and it feels great! We were still on a superwide straight so if I messed up I wasnt in trouble.
Ok time for some riding Wild_fx has got some wicked routes through the city. I was backing it into corners and getting air in alleyways and holy shit it was fun. Just the feeling of coming up hot to a corner, then knocking it down 2 or 3 to let out the clutch and have the rear start getting sideways on you was soooo sweet. And I'm getting it pretty consistant now too, still could come out farther, but all in time
Anyway, big thanks to Wild_FX, that was a sweet ride, and getting my rear tire to step out on me was a big deal for me. Finally starting to see what the big deal about these moto's are. The sport bikes would have still been stuck at starbucks by the time we were done on that route.