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#8 - ill take a supermoto then 18 hours ago on classic words from Dave Grohl +4
#6 - death by wheelie is the best way to go.  [+] (3 new replies) 18 hours ago on classic words from Dave Grohl +13
#7 - hikakiller (18 hours ago) [-]
Wheelie?! I was thinking a drifting competition.
#31 - musclezglassez (14 hours ago) [-]
#8 - luiselvergas (18 hours ago) [-]
ill take a supermoto then
#4 - i mean 1000ccs of unadulterated power can make a man very happy  [+] (48 new replies) 19 hours ago on classic words from Dave Grohl +31
#79 - floran (9 hours ago) [-]
and then you live in a place with curves every FUCKING 100 meters!
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#46 - kurusudarling (13 hours ago) [-]
1290 super duke is what i got
#33 - frenzyhero (14 hours ago) [-]
Bikes aren't relaxing to me. I prefer cars. It gives a sense of security, albeit false.
Plus more power. Even if the acceleration isn't as harsh, you can feel the power.

I want an R30. Or R33. And there's numerous supercars, classics, and old racecars I'd like too. Honda F1 RA272 especially. 1.5 litre v12 NA.
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#5 - hikakiller (18 hours ago) [-]
1000ccs of unadulterated death
#15 - Glitched (18 hours ago) [-]
People who say
"i would kill myself on that thing"
"that thing is dangerous"
bleah bleah "death"

Those statements are easily translated to.
I wish i knew how to ride one.
I am scared of that thing.
I am too insecure to get on one.

Pic related.
Been riding since i was 8. Am 37 now.
#61 - unmentorable (11 hours ago) [-]
But as safe as you can be riding a bike yourself, it is still risky due to the fact that other people are still morons that can crash into you. When I was at high school, someone else that went there was killed on his motorbike by another car who was at fault. I wasn't friends with him, but my sister was.
#65 - Glitched (11 hours ago) [-]
My sisters friends cousins friend died in a car accident going 25 mph.
Cars are now dangerous.


Seriously though. Watch where you are going and who is around.
Many accidents are easily avoided by paying attention.
#68 - unmentorable (11 hours ago) [-]
That is true, but cars are still much more safer to drive than motorbikes. I'm not saying driving a car isn't dangerous, I'm just saying that motorbikes are obviously more dangerous to yourself than cars are. There are always more people dying in car crashes than motorbike crashes, but there are way more cars on the road than bikes. You are much more likely to die on a motorbike than a car. bitre.gov.au/statistics/safety/
#71 - Glitched (11 hours ago) [-]
No one is denying that.
You are more likely to enjoy the ride on a motorcycle barring rain.
You are also more likely to have money in your wallet from the gas prices.

Most of those accidents are either
a. caused by car/truck drivers not paying attention or
b. cause by the rider himself for show boating or driving recklessly

So like i said. Pay attention to things ahead of you and make sure you have an out if a vehicle behind you is coming to close. Don't stop directly behind a car at a stop sign if a car is also behind you. Beside it and out of traffic is better and allows you an easy out if the car behind does not gauge the stop well.
#73 - unmentorable (11 hours ago) [-]
But I do agree that motorbikes are definitely more fun. I would have one myself, but unfortunately I can't afford a decent one at this time and I also need to be able to transport stuff and other people, so I have a car.
#72 - unmentorable (11 hours ago) [-]
The same could be said about cars as well. As long as you're a good driver, you will be fine. But that's still not true, there are always outside influences and no matter how good of a driver you are, there is still a possibility of an accident happening, and in the event that accident happens, you are more likely to survive in a car than on a motorbike. Plus, sometimes accidents just happen. My mate was going around a roundabout on his old motorbike (I can't remember what type) and came off as a result of there being an oil spill on the road. The worst thing about that is even though he was on the ground for a good few minutes, no one even bloody stopped to see if he was ok, despite it being at a pretty busy time of day.
#74 - Glitched (11 hours ago) [-]
Accidents happen.
Live your life.
Don't yolo by any means. But you can enjoy your life.

My favorite argument.
Them : That thing is dangerous.
Me: Do you believe in god?
Them: Yes
Me: If god has decided it is my time then what does it matter if i am on a bike or sleeping in bed?
Them: That thing is dangerous.
#75 - unmentorable (11 hours ago) [-]
Yeah but dying while sleeping in a bed won't be as a result of the bed. But still I agree that motorbikes are way more fun and I would love to own one myself. I used to go riding with my mate (the one that stacked) because he had a spare bike, but when he broke up with his ex she came around to his house while he was at work and stole it as well as a bunch of other things, including all of his clothes, all of his gaming consoles and games, and all of his and also my spear fishing and diving equipment
#76 - Glitched (10 hours ago) [-]
That bitch!

They are nice for when you want to go outside and enjoy the fresh air and scenery without being caged up. I have a personal car and a work truck. I take my bike when i feel like doing little things. Go pick up a new game. Go grab dinner etc.
Not my main vehicle. Just the one i use the most in the summer.

Usually easy to find others enjoying themselves that you can ride with as well.
Stay away from the guys with flip up plates and spark bars. They will just get you in trouble or in an accident quicker than riding alone.
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#52 - aoeui (12 hours ago) [-]
how could an 8 year old ride that thing
I dont believe a word you've said
#53 - Glitched (12 hours ago) [-]
Where did i say i have been riding any particular bike since i was 8?

I said i have been riding since i was 8.
Not that i have rode a single modern bike since i was 8.

Go troll elsewhere.
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#55 - aoeui (12 hours ago) [-]
I was joking, I thought it was obvious
what kind of bike is it
#57 - Glitched (12 hours ago) [-]
2008 Suzuki GSXR 600
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#58 - aoeui (12 hours ago) [-]
I wanna get a bike but I don't own a car yet and both are hella expensive to me
also the whole no hauling stuff could be a deal breaker
#59 - Glitched (12 hours ago) [-]
Several things to know before buying a motorcycle.
There are more pros than cons.....but for some the cons still weigh more.

Cons
If it rains. you will get wet.
Possible to ride in the winter.....but stupid.
Wearing a helmet and proper jacket/pants while riding in 110F + will make you very hot.
Limited cargo.
Car and truck drivers are more likely to kill you They don't watch the road as well
More expensive insurance
More likely to get a reckless driving ticket if you drive like a douche.
Get told by dozens of people that they would have one but they don't want to die.

Pros
Better gas mileage.
Access to car pool lanes.
Able to park in some places cars are not allowed.
Get a backpack = limited storage
Only go as fast as you tell them. A bike than can go 186 mph never has to go over 60 mph if you don't want it to.
Can fit easily into garage or shed.
Sport models better on gas mileage than cruiser models. Stock
Cruiser models better on gas than anything other than a hybrid. Stock
Bikes are much cheaper to buy and maintain
Better resale value if you buy used to begin with.
Less likely to be pulled over if you are driving like you are supposed to.
Girls love them. Asians it seems more than any other.





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#62 - aoeui (11 hours ago) [-]
yeah the whole 110F weather gets to me cause I live in socal
I don't want to show up to work/school with swamp ass
eh I'll keep thinking about it some more, could always get a 150cc scooter for what I'd use it for while in college
#63 - Glitched (11 hours ago) [-]
150cc scooter wont let you commute on the highway.
You will always be the guy in the way.
Consider a 600cc or better. if sport bike.
Consider a 1200cc or better if cruiser.

Socal has lane splitting as well.
Consider taking a motorcycle safety course
And save extra money for the gear. You will need a helmet with a lot of ventilation and a jacket with the same and armor.
On the cheap it will cost nearly 800 for the accessories.

Never get bogged down in traffic again.
Insurance rates in cali aren't bad.
you could also get a 200-300cc if you want to learn how to ride.
300cc will keep up with traffic much better than any scooter. And have more control.

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#64 - aoeui (11 hours ago) [-]
why would I need 2x the engine for a cruiser? is that why police always ride around on 1200cc bmw's?
#69 - Glitched (11 hours ago) [-]
Its a torque/hp thing. And a power to weight thing.

A 600cc sport bike has more power than a 1200cc cruiser.

Compare a ninja or something to a harley sportster.

A 1200cc bmw/harley cruiser would have no chance of winning a race vs a 600cc modern sportbike.

However....if could beat it off the line due to the torque.....it would then get passed in a car length or two easily.

We are not talking about racing though. It is more about control.

Even a 600+cc dual sport/supermoto bike would be better than a cruiser in mileage and control.
Cruiser is all about comfort.



#36 - xchewsifferx (14 hours ago) [-]
"Haha yeah, motorcycles are so safe!"

pic is of a dude who was doing 120 mph and slammed into the back of a semi truck, near my house.
#66 - anon (11 hours ago) [-]
Too bad that never happened
#56 - ocampo (12 hours ago) [-]
Wow, that really knocked his socks off.
#42 - Glitched (13 hours ago) [-]
So it was the driver that was unsafe. 120 mph is unsafe on a highway with other vehicles.

Gotcha.
So basically not an excuse.

Pic is of a car driver that cause an accident doing less than 40 mph.
#41 - melchysedec (13 hours ago) [-]
What a fucking cancer argument. If you were doing 120 mph in a car and slammed into the back of a semi, you probably wouldn't get a spectacular picture as the one you posted, but you'd still be pretty dead.

And I read the whole thread twice, where exactly does anybody claim that motorcycles are safe? Again, cancer comment.
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#37 - teddybearlove (14 hours ago) [-]
That is a very disturbing picture
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#38 - Abortedwafflez (13 hours ago) [-]
Looks like an EMT training course. Seen something similar before.
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#78 - talldumbdork (10 hours ago) [-]
Because you have. Ive seen that picture multiple times while working EMS as an EMT, Paramedic, and Firefighter.
#26 - nathanktm (16 hours ago) [-]
that tire looks squared....
#43 - Glitched (13 hours ago) [-]
It is evenly worn
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#16 - battlebrotherlayn (17 hours ago) [-]
No I can assure those people don't want to get on the street equivalent of a skateboard.
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#35 - frenzyhero (14 hours ago) [-]
It rides nothing like a skateboard.

The most dangerous part about a motorbike isn't riding one, it's riding one with all the other jackasses on the road.
#20 - Glitched (17 hours ago) [-]
Like i said.

"I am scared of that thing."

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#80 - battlebrotherlayn (9 hours ago) [-]
No one is afraid of a bike, outside influences are what scares people, even minor accidents on bikes can be fatal, it's flesh surrounding metal.
#81 - Glitched (8 hours ago) [-]
No one is afraid of a car, outside influences are ignored by people, even minor accidents in cars can be fatal, it's flesh encased in metal.

Yeah......not saying a bike is safer.
But your argument works for cars and trucks too.
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#83 - battlebrotherlayn (8 hours ago) [-]
But it's flesh encased in metal, safety features all throughout, at bags, seat belts, no one thinks about it because just about everything to keep you safe is built into it, with a bike all that is pulled out and it becomes immediately obvious to even the dumbest if dumb, listen, there is nothing wrong with bikes, I've enjoyed riding dirt bikes in the dunes before, but making a statement like that is just unfair to people who see a bike and immediately think of personal safety, and I don't blame them, the only reason I got on the dirt bike is because I was surrounded by nothing but sand.
#87 - Glitched (8 hours ago) [-]
Many things are unfair or not right.
Like the multitude of people who seek me out to start a conversation about how someone they know through 3-5 people died or was badly hurt on a motorcycle.
Are they trying to keep me off my bike? Do they expect me to sympathize and sell my hobby because they know someone who knows someones sister who had a friend etc etc.

Flesh encased in metal cooks easier.
Seat belts get stuck.
etc etc.....still safer than a bike....but there are reasons for that

I never said a bike was safer than a car. It is better in its own ways but never safer.
And i am sure you know. People that drive cars and trucks often get complacent and end up causing accidents more often than motorcyclists cause accidents. People in cars and trucks not paying attention is the leading cause of motorcycle accidents. Next to driver idiocy, driver error, and last bike failure.
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#88 - battlebrotherlayn (8 hours ago) [-]
Well you worded it in a way that would provoke people to start an argument with you, if I said people who don't hunt deer are only not doing so because they are big baby bitches then you damn sure someone is going to call me out.
#89 - Glitched (8 hours ago) [-]
Fair enough.
I am a bit exasperated on the whole thing.
In my years of experience riding.
Many people who have trash talked or otherwise said stupid shit to me or behind my back end up getting a bike at some point.
I confront them when i run into them spewing the same bullshit they spewed to me and they usually don't have an intelligent response.

No one wants to admit they were jealous or something of that nature.
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#6 - luiselvergas (18 hours ago) [-]
death by wheelie is the best way to go.
#7 - hikakiller (18 hours ago) [-]
Wheelie?! I was thinking a drifting competition.
#31 - musclezglassez (14 hours ago) [-]
#8 - luiselvergas (18 hours ago) [-]
ill take a supermoto then
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#43 - derpthefifth (07/19/2016) [-]
Actually you're proving my point by using examples which don't take industrial manufacturing or a population greater than a few guys into account. Yes it works when it's just a few people making shit and earning money but we've long since passed that point.
You also are *falsely* assuming that competition is required to make money, which it is not. Not if you can regulate prices yourself or between yourself and a few other companies which are too large to fail.

It's more like
People- Hey that sandwich was great can you make some more?
Corp- Sure, let's get an assembly line started
Other guy- Hey, i got a sandwich too!
People- wow this is great!
Corp- Hey, we're having a sale, get five sandwiches for 5$
Other guy- Oh no i can't keep up
Corp- Don't worry we'll keep you around to avoid those pesky monopoly laws, just play ball

Not sure if you don't get what i'm trying to say or if you're just arguing small scale economic theory because you know it doesn't work large scale unless you just assume that everybody is going to play nice and follow the rules, which history has shown to be the last thing they'll do.
#37 - competition=/=game you are always competing in business the ma…  [+] (3 new replies) 07/19/2016 on sickle 0
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#38 - derpthefifth (07/19/2016) [-]
You may feel free not to consider competition as a finite thing but what you need to know is that it doesn't matter.
I PROMISE you someone does think about it that way and all it takes is for that person to be able to ensure that they don't have to compete because competition is exhausting and why the fuck would you bother if you don't have to? You might not think it's a game but somebody does.

You're right it's not a government model, but it requires government to be constructed to keep it in line and it eventually corrupts that government.
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#40 - luiselvergas (07/19/2016) [-]
"competition is exhausting and why the fuck would you bother if you don't have to?"

to make more money.

" but it requires government to be constructed"

no, example: hey anon thats a kick ass sandwich you make if you make me one i will give you 5 dollars

" it eventually corrupts that government"

that's why business and goverment should interact as little as possible, you are proving my point.
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#43 - derpthefifth (07/19/2016) [-]
Actually you're proving my point by using examples which don't take industrial manufacturing or a population greater than a few guys into account. Yes it works when it's just a few people making shit and earning money but we've long since passed that point.
You also are *falsely* assuming that competition is required to make money, which it is not. Not if you can regulate prices yourself or between yourself and a few other companies which are too large to fail.

It's more like
People- Hey that sandwich was great can you make some more?
Corp- Sure, let's get an assembly line started
Other guy- Hey, i got a sandwich too!
People- wow this is great!
Corp- Hey, we're having a sale, get five sandwiches for 5$
Other guy- Oh no i can't keep up
Corp- Don't worry we'll keep you around to avoid those pesky monopoly laws, just play ball

Not sure if you don't get what i'm trying to say or if you're just arguing small scale economic theory because you know it doesn't work large scale unless you just assume that everybody is going to play nice and follow the rules, which history has shown to be the last thing they'll do.
#34 - no..... look at nokia for example. they were the kings of the …  [+] (5 new replies) 07/19/2016 on sickle 0
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#36 - derpthefifth (07/19/2016) [-]
Which says to me that they thought they won and got sloppy and lost.
Doesn't change the fact that competition leads to victory, and eventually someone will seek to put themselves in a position where they can't be stopped even if it breaks the rules.
Frankly every known system of government crumbles when you take human nature into account... i don't buy the whole "well capitalism embraces it" bullshit either, because the only way capitalism works is when you have people smart enough to succeed and not smart enough to try and ensure further success when they think they're on top.
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#37 - luiselvergas (07/19/2016) [-]
competition=/=game you are always competing in business the market is always changing you fool.
also capitalism=/= government model

do some reading and take some classes
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#38 - derpthefifth (07/19/2016) [-]
You may feel free not to consider competition as a finite thing but what you need to know is that it doesn't matter.
I PROMISE you someone does think about it that way and all it takes is for that person to be able to ensure that they don't have to compete because competition is exhausting and why the fuck would you bother if you don't have to? You might not think it's a game but somebody does.

You're right it's not a government model, but it requires government to be constructed to keep it in line and it eventually corrupts that government.
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#40 - luiselvergas (07/19/2016) [-]
"competition is exhausting and why the fuck would you bother if you don't have to?"

to make more money.

" but it requires government to be constructed"

no, example: hey anon thats a kick ass sandwich you make if you make me one i will give you 5 dollars

" it eventually corrupts that government"

that's why business and goverment should interact as little as possible, you are proving my point.
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#43 - derpthefifth (07/19/2016) [-]
Actually you're proving my point by using examples which don't take industrial manufacturing or a population greater than a few guys into account. Yes it works when it's just a few people making shit and earning money but we've long since passed that point.
You also are *falsely* assuming that competition is required to make money, which it is not. Not if you can regulate prices yourself or between yourself and a few other companies which are too large to fail.

It's more like
People- Hey that sandwich was great can you make some more?
Corp- Sure, let's get an assembly line started
Other guy- Hey, i got a sandwich too!
People- wow this is great!
Corp- Hey, we're having a sale, get five sandwiches for 5$
Other guy- Oh no i can't keep up
Corp- Don't worry we'll keep you around to avoid those pesky monopoly laws, just play ball

Not sure if you don't get what i'm trying to say or if you're just arguing small scale economic theory because you know it doesn't work large scale unless you just assume that everybody is going to play nice and follow the rules, which history has shown to be the last thing they'll do.
#32 - meh, in order to have true communism you need to have no socia… 07/19/2016 on sickle 0
#29 - that's crony-capitalism or corporatism not true capitalism.  [+] (9 new replies) 07/19/2016 on sickle 0
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#33 - derpthefifth (07/19/2016) [-]
It's the eventual evolution of capitalism, what you'd call true capitalism is unsustainable because the nature of competition is that somebody eventually is going to win.
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#34 - luiselvergas (07/19/2016) [-]
no..... look at nokia for example. they were the kings of the cell phone industry, you could say they won. But they failed to innovate and keep up with the market and newer technologies and different market models, unlike other companies like apple, sonny, HTC etc.
not to mention the less regulation there is m talking about smaller bussiness, i understand that regulation might be necesary to ensure workers rights the easier it would be for idivididuals to start their own business which would lead to even more wealth and more jobs.
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#36 - derpthefifth (07/19/2016) [-]
Which says to me that they thought they won and got sloppy and lost.
Doesn't change the fact that competition leads to victory, and eventually someone will seek to put themselves in a position where they can't be stopped even if it breaks the rules.
Frankly every known system of government crumbles when you take human nature into account... i don't buy the whole "well capitalism embraces it" bullshit either, because the only way capitalism works is when you have people smart enough to succeed and not smart enough to try and ensure further success when they think they're on top.
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#37 - luiselvergas (07/19/2016) [-]
competition=/=game you are always competing in business the market is always changing you fool.
also capitalism=/= government model

do some reading and take some classes
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#38 - derpthefifth (07/19/2016) [-]
You may feel free not to consider competition as a finite thing but what you need to know is that it doesn't matter.
I PROMISE you someone does think about it that way and all it takes is for that person to be able to ensure that they don't have to compete because competition is exhausting and why the fuck would you bother if you don't have to? You might not think it's a game but somebody does.

You're right it's not a government model, but it requires government to be constructed to keep it in line and it eventually corrupts that government.
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#40 - luiselvergas (07/19/2016) [-]
"competition is exhausting and why the fuck would you bother if you don't have to?"

to make more money.

" but it requires government to be constructed"

no, example: hey anon thats a kick ass sandwich you make if you make me one i will give you 5 dollars

" it eventually corrupts that government"

that's why business and goverment should interact as little as possible, you are proving my point.
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#43 - derpthefifth (07/19/2016) [-]
Actually you're proving my point by using examples which don't take industrial manufacturing or a population greater than a few guys into account. Yes it works when it's just a few people making shit and earning money but we've long since passed that point.
You also are *falsely* assuming that competition is required to make money, which it is not. Not if you can regulate prices yourself or between yourself and a few other companies which are too large to fail.

It's more like
People- Hey that sandwich was great can you make some more?
Corp- Sure, let's get an assembly line started
Other guy- Hey, i got a sandwich too!
People- wow this is great!
Corp- Hey, we're having a sale, get five sandwiches for 5$
Other guy- Oh no i can't keep up
Corp- Don't worry we'll keep you around to avoid those pesky monopoly laws, just play ball

Not sure if you don't get what i'm trying to say or if you're just arguing small scale economic theory because you know it doesn't work large scale unless you just assume that everybody is going to play nice and follow the rules, which history has shown to be the last thing they'll do.
#31 - anon (07/19/2016) [-]
"That's not true capitalism!"

Sound familiar?

"That's not true communism!"
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#32 - luiselvergas (07/19/2016) [-]
meh, in order to have true communism you need to have no social classes or government. its not like that in capitalism.