Re: I challenge all YE DISCO SQUIDS
"don't delude yourself into thinking it makes you something special, it merely confirms that they are crap. If you want to outrun riders of my standard you'll need expert knowledge of the road or track, a top modern sportbike and the ability to use it.
As for your FZR400 challenge, it proves your inexperience of riding larger sports bikes to the limit. Obviously a light, unintimidating 400 is a lot easier to ride around a twisty short circuit than a heavier more powerful bike, that is why they make ideal learner bikes and that is exactly why you use it for circuit riding."
Is this the same discohead I was debating with in the previous posts? For one....I never said I was anything special, but just a regular man out to have a good time. As for picking an FZR400 for use on the track, its competitive racing. How many dudes do you see on the track riding big bore bikes to the limit? I dont see it anywhere, I regularly enter my bike in Junior expert 600 supersport classes and give them a good run on my "lightly" modified 400. Why did I pick the 400....because its an old bike and theres as huge aftermarket for it.....and its cheap competitive racing. Im sorry I dont have the unlimited financial resources like you to buy the latest and greatest thats available. Thats where the competitive racing is at....you wont find that in any of the heavyweight 750 SS, superbike or unlimited class. And yeah I am learning everytime I get on any bike on any day....I learn something everyday and thats what riding is for me. Unless youre riding with the reckless abandon you do on public roads as you do on the track, pushing the front tire with your spinning rear balancing the bike on your knee slider as you do this and you can leave me behind.....then you must be pretty good. ANyone can leave black marks exiting the turns in the mountains....anyone.
"On identical bikes you may or may not beat me, I don't know and neither do you, but you definitely wouldn't beat me on either a FZR1000 or FZR400"
it takes a big man to say this line....never say never. The bikes are dated, but not that dated... and yes they are much harder to ride than any modern machine, but I don't go into the gym religiously to look like a musclehead or a disco boy poser. You obviously know my answer and thats to stay in shape to ride. It takes alot of muscle and endurance to keep it in line consistantly lap after lap, for hours upon hours. Unlike alotta other people I wont and complain, "let go out again" is what I say. Anyway enough of this crap.....gotta go shovel out the driveway and bust out the bike. Perhaps I know you or even ridden with you....who knows....