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- WHY WE RIDE
Do you Like bungee jumping?
Hell even something as simple as a roller coaster ride?
YES, Now imagine that thrill you felt for mearly a few Seconds when your plunging back down to earth.
Like the Adrenaline rush dont you?
Now let's say you could recreate that feeling for hours on end.
What a wonderful world that would be!
That's motorcycle riding.
It's just a nonstop thrill.
Being a motorcyclist isnt just a methode of travel like being a car driver ... its a life.
Want to become a Band Member?
...... Well you cant biatch.
Well i might let ya if you ask nicely and have made a fair contribution to the page ... eg comments, post on pictures, invited new members etc as a groupie.
Or if you normally hang out with us in colchester...
Check out FreestyleMCriding.bebo.com
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Ape Hangers - High motorcycle handlebars, often with handgrips at or above the shoulders. This causes the rider to look like they are hanging like an ape from a branch.
Armor - Motorcycle riding gear often has foam pads in strategic areas called armor. Some jackets have it permanently built-in, it other gear it is removable. Comes in Dual Density, Memory Foam, GP armor, Molded Rubber & Core Comp varieties. There is currently no regulated standard in the US. The most trusted standard was developed by the European Commission and is marked CE approved.
Back Door - The last rider in a group ride. Customarily, the most experienced motorcycle rider. Also known as sweep or tail gunner.
Baffle - Sound deadening material inside the muffler. Materials used for this vary. Aftermarket motorcycle exhausts often allow the rider to add or remove baffles to adjust the back pressure to tune performance.
Ballistic Nylon - A nylon fabric with a basket weave for added tear and abrasion resistance developed by Dupont. Often used in textile motorcycle gear.
Belly-Shover - A motorcycle racer. The term is derived from the aggressive riding posture common to sport bikes that positions the motorcycle riders stomach over the tank.
Big Slab - The interstate highway
Binders - Motorcycle brakes
Blip - Quickly rev then release the throttle
Blown Bike - A supercharged motorcycle
Brain Bucket - A motorcycle helmet
Bronson Rock - Something that is not a standard tool that is used to repair a motorcycle. In the show Then Came Bronson, a rock was used to straighten out a bent fender so that he could continue the ride.
Bubble Gum Machine - Patting the top of the helmet as a signal to other rides that police are ahead.
Burnout - Spinning out the rear wheel usually with the front brake locked. Done briefly before a race to warm up the rear tire or done for show that burns a lot of rubber and is a fast way to shorten the tire's life.
Busa - A Suzuki GSX1300R Hayabusa - a notoriously powerful motorcycle.
Caning it - To ride a motorcycle very aggressively.
Carving - Riding a motorcycle hard and fast through curves and corners with the bike leaning near horizontal. Sometimes known as "canyon carving."
Catwalk - Another term for a wheelie
CE Armor - Armor that has met the European safety requirements. There currently is no US standard for motorcycle armor.
Chase Vehicle - A truck or van that rides behind a group of motorcycle rider on a long trip to haul any vehicles that break down along the way.
Cherry Tops - Law enforcement squad cars
Chicken Strips - The remaining tread on a sport bike. The more tread on the side of the motorcycle tire, the more of a "chicken" the rider is. More aggressive riders lean harder into the turns wearing the tread on the sidewalls.
Chopper - A motorcycle that has an extended front end with a greater angle than standard bikes. The term originates from the fact that early riders would cut away, or chop, unnecessary portions of the bike and frame to reduce weight. The raked front end makes for a motorcycle that is stable but not agile. Recently, these bikes have gain attention through the popularity of Jesse James of West Coast Choppers and the Tuttle family's Orange County Choppers, featured on the Discovery Channel.
Core-Comp Armor - Armor made up of energy absorbing polystyrene cells sandwiched between layers of foam rubber then sealed in an abrasion resistant ballistic nylon. This is a very advanced style of CE approved armor.
Corn Snakes - At harvest time in rural parts of the country, dried cornstalks blow across the road looking like snakes.
Countersteering - At speed a motorcycle is controlled by turning the handlebars away from direction you want to turn. It is summarized in push the right handgrip forward to turn right, push the left handgrip forward to turn left. Motorcycle steering is accomplished by leaning and turning your front wheel to the left will mak
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Someone has discovered that a large sticker or sheet of paper, printed with the letters 'Gr' in a large font*, sticks very nicely over the 'Sp' on signs saying 'Speed Cameras'. This has caused much hilarity in Essex — except amongst the police who have threatened to throw the book at the person responsible for the political satire.
A spokesman for the RAC Foundation said "We wouldn't condone what this person is doing, but it seems quite harmless. It's questionnable whether it is a matter for the police. There are more important things for officers to be doing."
* 'Transport Heavy' font to be precise.
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