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Bloody weekend warrior!!!!


XmisterIS
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Stupid twunt on an absolutely spotless (i.e. hardly ever ridden) speed triple, with leathers to match the bike, comes absolutely screaming past me on a dead straight 40mph road through a village with lots of hazards, then rides through the rural twisties like his bike is made of fine bone f**king china. I got a good view of his neatly squared-off rear tyre (with its pristine chicken strips) all the way. I would have overtaken him, but each time we came to a straight, he opened the throttle.


I was looking forward to those twisties, I deliberately went that way so I could have a go on the twisties. Twat.


(Rant over)

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Quite ... only his form and road positioning were "interesting" and I didn't want to be right beside him going round a bend, then he panics because I'm there, then he pulls a crazy manoeuvre and bins it with me right next to him!


You can never tell what some people are going to do next and he seemed like one of "those" people ...

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All the gear no idea?


Just hang back and let him go, then speed up and enjoy what you can, or turn back and do it the other way :thumb:


You get these chaps on the better bikes as they read it was great in a magazine and ran out to buy it. Can't blame them, but it isn't half annoying when you're stuck behind one :)

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I got stuck behind a similar tool on the way back from Wales yesterday. After a few miles I took the tool on a sweeping bend leaving his 20mph on the bends arse in my mirrors. Didn't see him again after the ;)

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These people confuse me. Any dick can go fast in a straight line but none of them realise that the corners are where the fun is.


I had this recently on the twisties around Cambridge/Newmarket. Some bloke in a tricked up Scooby was made to look like a fool because he couldn't shake me in my Volvo...

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These people confuse me. Any dick can go fast in a straight line but none of them realise that the corners are where the fun is.

 

For a spot of fun, lets look at it from the Triumphs perspective in the first post...


He's feeling boss, he's riding the bike fast, finally after years of not being allowed by his wife, he's got his shiney triumph.


He rides briskly through a town, riding on by a Suzuki SV650 who as he passes throws a fist in the air... Surely he wasn't cursing, maybe yelling "f**k yeah" at the awesome triumph.


Into the bends he goes, this is where he's nervous, and then a shock... The SV is behind him again and the horror sets in when he sees that this budget suzuki is being held up massively by him. He hears Xmister cursing how this is a bigger fiasco than when his wife interrupted him making beans on toast...


Distraught and depressed he rides home, pleading to himself maybe had he started a few years earlier he would have had the youthful confidence to lean the bike. Arriving home he seeks solace from his wife... But she's uninterested, the horror that she's allowed him this bike just to get her out of the house on the weekends sets in.


Feeling unloved, depressed and incompetent as a rider he turns to drink and strong pornography... A life ruined.


Xmister... You rascal...

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ha ha ha ha!


Me and Si play a different game, we go out on the local VERY twisty roads, hit about 70-80mph and just hold the speed, don't blast the straights, there's no point. Anyone can blat down a straight at 140+ on a superbike, but that way lies lack of license and hospital visits!


Much more entertaining to sit back and watch Si overtake a gsxr1000 in the middle of a 90* bend on a cb500. Hysterical, they must feel like right tools! We pretty much ride the same speed whether out on our superbikes or RS250s.

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These people confuse me. Any dick can go fast in a straight line but none of them realise that the corners are where the fun is.

 

For a spot of fun, lets look at it from the Triumphs perspective in the first post...


He's feeling boss, he's riding the bike fast, finally after years of not being allowed by his wife, he's got his shiney triumph.


He rides briskly through a town, riding on by a Suzuki SV650 who as he passes throws a fist in the air... Surely he wasn't cursing, maybe yelling "f**k yeah" at the awesome triumph.


Into the bends he goes, this is where he's nervous, and then a shock... The SV is behind him again and the horror sets in when he sees that this budget suzuki is being held up massively by him. He hears Xmister cursing how this is a bigger fiasco than when his wife interrupted him making beans on toast...


Distraught and depressed he rides home, pleading to himself maybe had he started a few years earlier he would have had the youthful confidence to lean the bike. Arriving home he seeks solace from his wife... But she's uninterested, the horror that she's allowed him this bike just to get her out of the house on the weekends sets in.


Feeling unloved, depressed and incompetent as a rider he turns to drink and strong pornography... A life ruined.


Xmister... You rascal...

 

Im so done. :D This is the best thing i've ever read on this forum

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