Women cant drive on 4 wheels,

psycobusa

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just pickin at ya ladies  
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BigDiesel

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i'll say it before this thread gets bombarded-
i know plenty folks with a package that have done the same thing- thats a noobie mistake, not a genetic one!
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a girl who falls off her bike while moving, that was trying to apply lipstick underneath her helmet- THAT is a genetic mistake
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TruWrecks

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I did that on an ATI 125cc. I went over the front end to boot. It must have looked funny as hell. Definitely a newbie mistake.
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_ZeF

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Oh my god... Dropping a bike like she did is one thing... Dropping a Honda NR750 bike is something else!!!!!!!!!!

That bike is a collector's bike, worth a lot of money... Honda made that bike kind of as a prototype, it had oval piston and i believe full carbon fiber bodywork...

I dont know if the bike is hers but the owner musn't be happy

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semi

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ouch...that hurts...it doesn't matter what kind of bike it is
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yamahor

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Oh my god... Dropping a bike like she did is one thing... Dropping a Honda NR750 bike is something else!!!!!!!!!!

That  bike is a collector's bike, worth a lot of money... Honda made that bike kind of as a prototype, it had oval piston and i believe full carbon fiber bodywork...

I dont know if the bike is hers but the owner musn't be happy
I KNEW that bike looked familiar. I love those things. They usually go for something like $70,000 don't they?
 

bigoltool

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WTH!. Why would someone turn her loose on a collectors item like that? Must have been some sort of Philanthopic get together of social well to do's. More money than brains obviously.
 

psycobusa

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here is some info on the bike....

Honda's 'New Road' (NR) V-four motorcycle engine series started in 1979 with a 500cc Grand Prix racer that used oval pistons. The oval piston allowed for eight valves per cylinder which generated more power due to the increased air / fuel mixture throughput and compression. In 1992 Honda produced around 300 street versions of a 750cc model, the NR (often mistakenly referred to as the NR750), with a 90-degree V angle, the bike became the most expensive production bike at the time when it was selling for $50,000 and with the rarity, they nowadays rarely change hands.

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CrashBomb

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here is some info on the bike....

Honda's 'New Road' (NR) V-four motorcycle engine series started in 1979 with a 500cc Grand Prix racer that used oval pistons. The oval piston allowed for eight valves per cylinder which generated more power due to the increased air / fuel mixture throughput and compression. In 1992 Honda produced around 300 street versions of a 750cc model, the NR (often mistakenly referred to as the NR750), with a 90-degree V angle, the bike became the most expensive production bike at the time when it was selling for $50,000 and with the rarity, they nowadays rarely change hands.
I KNEW that thing looked familiar. Thanks for pointing that out, psycobusa. It was driving me crazy trying to remember what it was called. I could get the V-four part and I remember the oval piston part but it was "New Road" I was trying to think of. Now to go do some more reading about it, that thing was coooooool for a Hon-doo.
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Very Ducati of them, I always thought.
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BigDiesel

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alright, i take it back-that WAS a genetic mistake...no man who's been anywhere near bikes would jump on a cycle worth over $50k without knowing what they're doing! or five guys standing around the bike less than a foot away to catch it in case the dork, uhhhh-dropped it!
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CrashBomb

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I especially like the one lady in the background who screams as it happens.

Thank you, that was very helpful. Honestly...it helped...truly...a lot.

I mean really now, lady...what are YOU screaming about? Maybe the bike actually belonged to the person doing the screaming?
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