I met DNA last year but didn't get the chance to ride with him, or who he was with. But this summer I'll probably ride with him, and anyone else from Vancouver on that board...
So no ride rules for BCSB group rides? I guess we can find our own pace and see what happens.absolutdm said:I really don't think that was the consencous of the group. I think they all are guilty of enjoying it. I can't speak for them, I can only speak as owner of the board. And it got a little blown out of proportion. We don't frown on stunting, we just frown on it when it's a planned ride and people arn't interested.
As this site is still fairly new, I still need to establish some forum guide lines -- and will hopefully be able to post these up soon. In no way though can or will I ever tell anyone how to ride.
There are guidelines in the 'I'm going for a ride, you com'in?' Forum posted by Atomlowe. These are only guidelines. BCSportbikes.com was established as a forum for local riders to get to know each other and exchange information and shoot the shit, it was not established for riding only. Of course a huge benefit of getting to know other people is going for rides and thus the reason it has it's own forum. I don't want to tell people how to ride, but I'll tell you if I'm riding with you, and you cut into my 'zone', I wont' ride with you again, nor would I recommend other people ride with you.Hu99 said:
So no ride rules for BCSB group rides? I guess we can find our own pace and see what happens.
I'll show you how to fall over when you leave your disc lock on. It's a great stunt, the chicks love it.Raman said:Some of you guys seem like pros in this game. :evil
I've only someone do a wheelie once, that is the only stunt I have seen so far. This summer I'll be on the road and hopefully I see you guys around, maybe learn a few stunts of my own.