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SickFinga
06-22-2002, 09:53 PM
This was a very nice turn out except accident that happened.
Somehow wheather was nice. Also we saw all PT CRUIZERS in the world :puke:
Lotsa ppl came out. All members that missed it - YOU SUCK!!!! But some members should've better missed it. :(

THANK YOU VERY MUCH DAVE FOR YOUR EFFORT.
IT WAS A GREATLY ORANIZED MEET.
That was the most expensive meet for you.



Some Pics:
http://www.sex-filez.com/niagra

Gamite
06-22-2002, 10:34 PM
Dave, great cruise, highly organized. Thumb's up! *th-up* That was an insane number of PT Cruisers, we were out numberd like 50:1!~! :eek:

Sorry bout the crash, I hope everything turns out for both of you.

BMW_M52_M20
06-22-2002, 10:36 PM
Yeah, it was my first cruise and I had a great time. All you guys and gals are great.
Thanks Dave and others
Jay

AMG_POWER
06-22-2002, 10:44 PM
Except the crash yeah that's sad:( but anyway i liked it, PT cruizers was fun to watch lol they r funny.....will post some pics later on!

Mr seville
06-22-2002, 10:57 PM
so 745 do you really kill people

AMG_POWER
06-22-2002, 11:04 PM
If only 318 lol kiddin..... i'm not that bad!:D

Mr seville
06-22-2002, 11:04 PM
what do you do for a living
:huh?:

SickFinga
06-22-2002, 11:14 PM
Not in McDonald's for sure
it would take 19535 hours to earn enough money
or 2442 days being full-time employed in McDonalds
or 349 weeks being full-time employed wih no weekends
or 87 months with no weekends
or 7 years 3months fulltime with no weekends.

AMG_POWER
06-22-2002, 11:21 PM
Nothin special just our family business.:rolleyes:

SickFinga
06-22-2002, 11:23 PM
Originally posted by BiMMer745i
Nothin special just our family business.:rolleyes:

Which is *uzi* ppl
:D :D :D

Gamite
06-22-2002, 11:27 PM
Originally posted by SickFinga
Not in McDonald's for sure
it would take 19535 hours to earn enough money
or 2442 days being full-time employed in McDonalds
or 349 weeks being full-time employed wih no weekends
or 87 months with no weekends
or 7 years 3months fulltime with no weekends.


Way too much free time there buddy! :P

notjoe
06-22-2002, 11:33 PM
Here are the photo's my GF took! Some of them might be out of focus but i have to teach her the ways of the camera!

Anyways, if you guys want the High Res Images of their cars (or others) or if you want your pics taken down just drop me a line.

http://gateway2.fasti.net/maxbimmer/

PS: All photo's are in here since im too lazy to take the shit ones out ;)


Joe

SickFinga
06-22-2002, 11:33 PM
Originally posted by Gamite



Way too much free time there buddy! :P

heh, just bored

WASABI
06-23-2002, 12:36 AM
Originally posted by notjoe
Here are the photo's my GF took! Some of them might be out of focus but i have to teach her the ways of the camera!

Anyways, if you guys want the High Res Images of their cars (or others) or if you want your pics taken down just drop me a line.

http://gateway2.fasti.net/maxbimmer/

PS: All photo's are in here since im too lazy to take the shit ones out ;)


Joe

out of focus ? naaah ... they were great!

thanks all ... had a blast !*par-t*

*wave*

e36_freak
06-23-2002, 12:38 AM
sorry guys wish i could've came but had to work......me n eurostyle both had to work damn sorry i missed it really wanted to come./.............what's this "crash" i keep hearing about...........can someone fill me in please? thanx.....:rolleyes:

SickFinga
06-23-2002, 12:40 AM
Originally posted by e36_freak
sorry guys wish i could've came but had to work......me n eurostyle both had to work damn sorry i missed it really wanted to come./.............what's this "crash" i keep hearing about...........can someone fill me in please? thanx.....:rolleyes:

http://www.maxbimmer.com/forums/showthread.php?s=&threadid=3724

Betray
06-23-2002, 02:32 AM
was so fun guys thanks!! now i need your help to put this video on the computer so i can send it out! whoever was that guy with randy and was talking to me! tell me if u can do it...

On a side note... i want a bmw... and i want that 745 SO ****ING BAD...


i can *uzi* for a living! *no-no*

SickFinga
06-23-2002, 02:34 AM
Ed, I found my TV TUNER and I'm gonna install it tomorrow, and I'll check if it works in Win XP.

notjoe
06-23-2002, 07:59 AM
Originally posted by Betray
was so fun guys thanks!! now i need your help to put this video on the computer so i can send it out! whoever was that guy with randy and was talking to me! tell me if u can do it...

On a side note... i want a bmw... and i want that 745 SO ****ING BAD...


i can *uzi* for a living! *no-no*


I would transfer the video to computer for ya but i nee dto borrow that camcorder to do it. Let me know it isnt a biggy!

on a side note, I assume you all saw the grand am writeoff?


http://gateway2.fasti.net/maxbimmer/pages/IMG_8648.htm
http://gateway2.fasti.net/maxbimmer/pages/IMG_8646.htm
http://gateway2.fasti.net/maxbimmer/pages/IMG_8647.htm

wasnt that something eh?

Joe

bimmersportswife
06-23-2002, 08:36 AM
I heard it was a great meet !!*th-up*

Excellent organization Dave!


(Sorry again about the accident.)

Betray
06-23-2002, 02:42 PM
really joe? well vlads gonna see if he can do it, if he cant yea u can borrow it

djcontra
06-23-2002, 04:31 PM
Sorry i couldn't make it, i really wanted to come along.
my car is out of comission right now because i had a slight accident driving over some construction in my area. I need to get new front tires, and some minor suspension parts.

stupid pot holes!!!!! :mad:

Slowered318
06-24-2002, 02:02 AM
Sorry To cut out early on you guys.. I had to be back home around 6 anyways. I felt everyone's moral was down from the accident.. I know I felt horrible about it! Glad to see no one got badly hurt it could have been much much worse.

And for anyone that wasn't there, that stretch of the QEW is notorious for stopped traffic. I had to put on the breaks pretty hard I hope i didn't freak anyone out behind me (damn brembo rotors haul down too good)

Well I don't know how fast you guys at the front were going but I think a general rule on a cruise should be the guys in front.. slow down so anyone left behind can catch up. we should group nicely and no excess passing/racing.

Ryan

'88 325e
06-24-2002, 09:08 AM
Originally posted by Slowered318
Well I don't know how fast you guys at the front were going but I think a general rule on a cruise should be the guys in front.. slow down so anyone left behind can catch up. we should group nicely and no excess passing/racing.

Ryan

Ryan,

I did post on the Niagara cruise thread that was no racing and to keep it under 120km/h and before we left Square One I said: "Follow the green piece of shit!". Not pass it! I knew it was going to happen (the racing) anyways and I don't blame anyone for my accident (did you read that Rob?). We hit stop and go. Simple as pie. I think that some people did leave the braking kinda late (which is not good due to the fact that we had non BMWs there which don't have the same stopping power). So for future events slow down for the other cars that are in the cruise and for the people not in the cruise. When I was pinned up against the guard rail a lady slowed right down and started screaming at our BMWs. I felt so guilty since I was the one who organized the cruise. Could you imagine if someone got killed? Well sorry for bringin' everyone down but shure wakes ya up when it happens to yourself.

Dave

Betray
06-24-2002, 10:00 AM
Shit happens, thank god no one was killed, and no BMWs were damged =) jk but seriousy the accedent coulda been worse..

Since the same thing happend to me the day before i could see how scary it was for you.... i think i poped a tire cause i was going around 70km when i started to brake and noticed i was sliding instead of stopping! and i had ALOT OF SPACE!! it was like a ice ring!!! i turned right hitting a curbed and i had a flat and a bent rim (VERY VERY SMALL). I was lucky i didnt hot a car or a pole! i hit the curb around at 50km/h so it hurt!! i cant see any damage to the car so far! people saying i should get car aligned?

anyways! it was fun! and im glad you met up with us later! i cant beleive i had such a good time! and i didnt even have a BMW!!!

Filming was fun! but now i wanna drive!!

djcontra
06-24-2002, 10:49 AM
betray: definately get your car aligned so that you dont wear out your tires or other suspension components.
I have to get my car aligned for the 2nd time this month now since the other day construction descided to put a nice ditch in the middle of kingston road and didn't mark it off properly so at night i was doing 60km/h and KA-Boom! :( another $1000 in the hole now for new tires, ball joints, control arms, tie rods, ugh...
i'm trying to get the city to pay for most of it right now.

SickFinga
06-24-2002, 11:15 AM
djcontra, yes city has to pay for it, so fight and you will win for sure

djcontra
06-24-2002, 11:41 AM
Yeah i'm going to have my father call them today because the same thing happened with his corvette a few years back. I just want compensation for the balljoints and so on, the tires were balding anyway.

Betray
06-26-2002, 11:13 AM
shit 1000 bucks for that? how the hell do you guys get money for this shit.. i dont even have enough for a oil change!

SpikedLemon
06-26-2002, 06:52 PM
Originally posted by Betray
shit 1000 bucks for that? how the hell do you guys get money for this shit.. i dont even have enough for a oil change!

That's why they have BMWs and we ... don't.

Well, honestly, I don't really want a BMW - maybe a BMW R1150R but that doesn't qualify here.

notjoe
06-26-2002, 07:12 PM
Originally posted by Betray
shit 1000 bucks for that? how the hell do you guys get money for this shit.. i dont even have enough for a oil change!

I think they spam porn, those damn spammers!

SickFinga
06-26-2002, 07:25 PM
Originally posted by notjoe


I think they spam porn, those damn spammers!


hahahahahahahahaha ;) ;)

SickFinga
06-26-2002, 07:26 PM
Originally posted by SpikedLemon


That's why they have BMWs and we ... don't.

Well, honestly, I don't really want a BMW - maybe a BMW R1150R but that doesn't qualify here.



hmmmmm??? Why not?

Betray
06-26-2002, 10:45 PM
yea must be the spam :rolleyes:

SpikedLemon
06-29-2002, 01:50 AM
Originally posted by SickFinga

hmmmmm??? Why not?

No one on here has a BMW motorcycle. I think there' s only a handful that even have a motorcycle, let alone a BMW one.

Besides, I'd rather get a nice Ducati instead.:cool:

SickFinga
06-29-2002, 02:04 AM
I mean why not a BMW car?

EMPOWERD
06-29-2002, 02:06 AM
Originally posted by SpikedLemon

.
No one on here has a BMW motorcycle.

Besides, I'd rather get a nice Ducati instead.:cool:


A Duc? HaHa... why the hell would you want an overpriced piece of shit like that? My good friend bought a 996 last year and the thing is constantly in the shop (along with all his Duc friend's crap too). An oil change for $240.00? What a joke and they're slow as shit too... he can't even loose an R6 with his 996. He's so fet up, he's selling it. He's asking $19,500 after he paid $32,000....Talk about depretiation and no one wants it either. Your better off buying a LADA.*no-no* *no-no* *no-no*

:puke:

*thmbsdwn*

Carlo
06-29-2002, 01:09 PM
A Duc? HaHa... why the hell would you want an overpriced piece of shit like that? My good friend bought a 996 last year and the thing is constantly in the shop (along with all his Duc friend's crap too). An oil change for $240.00? What a joke and they're slow as shit too... he can't even loose an R6 with his 996. He's so fet up, he's selling it. He's asking $19,500 after he paid $32,000....Talk about depretiation and no one wants it either. Your better off buying a LADA.

How can you go as far a calling a Duc, a peace of shit/crap, and saying its slow as shit!!! Have you ever driven one? (your going to say you have) I have driven both an R6 and 996, along with many others, if your buddy can't lose an R6 with his duc in a race :D....... he better take his skirt off and grow some balls so maybe he'll learn to use that crazy power band ducatti is so well known for;) but Its not all power (if you've ever driven one:rolleyes: ) The handling is outstanding!!!I don't know where your friend bought his duc....but $32000 seems way over priced !!! You can get them brand new for only $20 to $22,000 at the dealler
Like any limited edition exotic motor vehical with low production numbers you'll pay a little more for them. Hey, tell your buddy to bring that bike to me when he needs an oil change, I'll only charge him $150, when I can get that same oil (like anyone can) at crappy tire for $10 a quart!!!:D and mabe if hes lucky I'll show him how to ride (your going to tell me he's a pro bike racer or something:rolleyes: ) My CBRF4i can keep up to a R6 nose to nose but no way in hell a 996!!! Anyway In my opinion I can't make any sence of how your buddy or you came up with any of these crazy, crazy claims!!!;)

djcontra
06-29-2002, 02:18 PM
Originally posted by Betray
shit 1000 bucks for that? how the hell do you guys get money for this shit.. i dont even have enough for a oil change!

hehe well realistically in the end it only cost me $390 for the tires installed an balanced, $20 to tighten some tierod bolts that came loose, and $70 for a new allignment.
but $1000 isn't an unrealistic figure either.

how do i afford it?
it's called living at home =)

rico328i
07-02-2002, 02:24 AM
C'mon Randy. You can't say a Ducati's a piece of shit. Hell I think they're a work of art. Yeah, I know they're a little quirky as far as reliability and all. But damn. I personally think they're beautiful. I'd love to get my hands on a 748 one day. Sound nice too...... For now, I'll stick to the GSXR-750 in my garage. Fast enough for me.

Honestly. You really don't think they're crap do you?

Rico

EMPOWERD
07-02-2002, 08:35 PM
Carlo and Rico...

I've been riding (and racing) bikes forever and believe me when I tell you the following.

First off... the bike ended up costing $32,000 after tax, PDI, freight, carbon fiber accesories, Slip-on pipes, custom airbox, chip etc... With all that shit the piece of wood barely made 110HP at the wheel and weighing 40lbs more than any comparible 100rwHP 600cc you can see why the it's not that fast. Yes, I've rode the bike.... all the time and it does have a racey seating position. It's really hard on the wrists and the seat is rock hard. The tank comes up high and the clutch lever is really hard along with a really weird gear lever position. The heat out of the rear cylinder header is killer on the crotch.... all in all, not a good bike to ride in the city. I admit on the track, it handles well, but with the lack of power you really have to work the chassis to shave time... who the hell has $30,000 to spend on a track bike? HaHa!.

Reliablity? Small example.... his coolant resevoir keeps cracking and takes 4 weeks every time for the whops to send one from Italy (you think they'd learn after the 3rd one and start to stock them). Everything I said is dead accurate and anyone that owns one and has more brains than pride will tell you the truth about the quality about them. Don't compare the WSB Duc's with the ones they sell in the showroom. Carlo, swallow your Italian pride and face reality.... they're overpriced crap!*thmbsdwn*

'88 325e
07-02-2002, 08:43 PM
I do have to say that it seems that Ducati's are much like Ferrari's from what I have heard. I haven't been on one so I can't knock them. But I have been on Randy's Suzuki GSX-R 1000cc and F*@K that thing can go! I honestly wish I had the balls to get one but they are very expensive to insure all year round. :( Well one day when I get older I guess. :)

L8R,
Dave

SpikedLemon
07-02-2002, 10:39 PM
Originally posted by empowerd
face reality.... they're overpriced crap!*thmbsdwn*

BLASPHEMER! :) Ducs are beautiful. I have a car that'll get me from point A to point B, a Duc is to do it in a style that anything short of a Cagiva, Aprillia, Benelli or MV Agusta couldn't compare.

I think they're the most beautiful motorcycles out there. Next year I'm selling my Honda for a Duc. My Honda may be a "better" bike, but it did sit around at the dealer for 3 weeks because the radiator cracked - it took me phoning Honda Canada to get the Radiator expidited as it was going to take another 2 weeks to get it.

3 weeks with no bike at the same time I had 2 weeks of vacation. It really makes you hate it.


Originally posted by SickFinga
I mean why not a BMW car?

I don't like how BMWs look. They're great handling, sporty, luxury cars but they do not appeal to me.

There are always exceptions. The widebody was nice, the touring race cars are cool (but I like the Opel Astra more) and the 8 series is nice.

SickFinga
07-02-2002, 10:53 PM
Originally posted by SpikedLemon


I don't like how BMWs look. They're great handling, sporty, luxury cars but they do not appeal to me.

There are always exceptions. The widebody was nice, the touring race cars are cool (but I like the Opel Astra more) and the 8 series is nice.

are you for real??? You don't like how BMW look? why did you come to last 2 meets to look at ugly cars?

Opel?? :D :D :D :D It's still GM, remember?

'88 325e
07-02-2002, 11:02 PM
If I had a chance to get a European car besides a BMW I would have to go with the Peugot RC (still concept I think). It looks totaly different and unique, it is mid-engine, and rear wheel drive! Here are a couple of pics.

PS - Talk about way off topic! LOL!

'88 325e
07-02-2002, 11:03 PM
Second pic...

'88 325e
07-02-2002, 11:04 PM
Last pic...

rico328i
07-02-2002, 11:28 PM
That Peugeot has a mixture of lines to it......part Ferarri, part Maclaren F1, ....nice. I'm gonna have to check this car out. So far, so good.

Sweet ride. Wonder if it's gonna make production.

R.

EMPOWERD
07-02-2002, 11:47 PM
Originally posted by SpikedLemon


BLASPHEMER! Ducs are beautiful. I have a car that'll get me from point A to point B, a Duc is to do it in a style that anything short of a Cagiva, Aprillia, Benelli or MV Agusta couldn't compare.

I think they're the most beautiful motorcycles out there. Next year I'm selling my Honda for a Duc. My Honda may be a "better" bike, but it did sit around at the dealer for 3 weeks because the radiator cracked - it took me phoning Honda Canada to get the Radiator expidited as it was going to take another 2 weeks to get it.

3 weeks with no bike at the same time I had 2 weeks of vacation. It really makes you hate it.




You guys really crack me up! Are you for real? Talk about a poseur. You want to waste your money paying twice what you should for a bike because it looks pretty? LOL... do what your burning wallet tells you. If you don't even like Bimmers, why are you even here? The site IS called MAXBIMMER....not MaxJ-Body. Don't take too much offense to my post... I really am writing this with a huge grin on my face..... we always welcome everyone to the board. I'm just trying to figure out your train of thought.

'88 325e
07-03-2002, 12:23 AM
Originally posted by ROB89M3

Dave I still can't believe that you took my words seriously....It just amazes me...you should really not lose any sleep over what I write on the net ....

later

your"pal"

*wave*

Rob,

This has your name written all over it man!

Dave

'88 325e
07-03-2002, 12:50 AM
Originally posted by ROB89M3
I'm finished

Oh my god! My wish has come true!

M3ntal Kev
07-03-2002, 12:57 AM
Now that was funny. :D

SickFinga
07-03-2002, 01:03 AM
that was fun :D
btw, thanks dave for that link, I'm pretty sure I will find a lot of funny topics there.

SickFinga
07-03-2002, 01:47 AM
Peugeots are nice. And it is not that expensive.
Peugeots are killing WRX in WRC :moon:

Carlo
07-03-2002, 07:15 PM
DO NOT BUY THIS BIKE!!! Unless you wish to be seen on one of the sexiest, most coveted bikes in the world. Consider this the Ferrari of the motorcycle industry; a certain "trump card" at any venue. You WILL be noticed on this bike. And that's not even a good reason to buy it.
The only reason you should purchase one of these hand-built masterpieces is to enjoy the world-class performance; else you will soon tire of being baked through the incredibly harsh seat by the canisters, and will not take to kindly to the hunched down position the dropped handlebars force you into. Nor will you appreciate how high and far back the foot pegs are positioned. If ever you should forget why you purchased this motorcycle, all you must do to remind yourself is to drop it deep into a corner and power out. This bike handles on rails. No other factory machine approaches it's prowess in the curves. If you find yourself at a dragstrip, you will lose to a few Japanese ( of that I own.) bikes, but those massive behemoths will never catch you once the road begins to twist.
I could pontificate on the merits of the divinely inspired suspension of this bike for pages, however, I think it necessary to mention the powerplant as well. The V-Twin design is key in lowering the CG and keeping the bike very slender (both as opposed to the Asian 4's). The harmonic resonance acts along the vertical axis of the bike compared to side to side in a 4 (This is supposed to contribute to the stability of the motorcycle- however I do not consider this a noticable boon: especially while not on a track). The desmodromic (forced open & forced closed) valve system is ingenious, yet still has it's kinks. The valves must be professionally adjusted periodically. Former glitches with the dry clutch system (a.la. 916) have been all but eliminated in the 2000 model.
In conclusion, I would suggest that riding a Ducati 996 may be about the most fun you can have fully clothed (or otherwise depending on your affinity for Motorcycles). When you first buy your bike, you may be so busy staring at it, you may forget to ride it. It happens. This bike, like a mischevous friend, will pressure you into so many places where, in hindsight, you will realize that you may have just courted extinction. Best of luck if you should choose to join the world of Desmo.....Done!!! and done!!! Randy. I don't know what other confrintaions you've had or have with Italian stying and/or engineering (although this was never the issue) I was expecting a response from you similer to that :D :D :D

SpikedLemon
07-03-2002, 10:36 PM
If it was all about image I would buy a 'busa, commute on it and never see the high side of 9000RPM.

I've always liked the look, sound and feel of a Ducati. I find that the GSXR trio (they're all the same ergos anywayz) are far less comfortable than any of the Ducs I've been on. Maybe I had a big mac before getting on the gixxer, but maybe I fit the Duc better.

Even before I ever thought of buying a bike, I liked the look and sound of a Duc - its one of those dream things, I'll eventually have one because I've wanted on for so long. A guy I know tunes his own desmos - although he's yet to work on a desmoquattro. He's got a few Duc Monos in the back of his shop and an old Cagiva 650 VTwin (when it was owned by Ducati).



About Bimmers... I like nice cars, I like the challenge of trying to keep up, I love to see someone who's worked on a car themselves and has a really nice setup. I kinda like the old E30 M3, but I'm still undecided.

EMPOWERD
07-04-2002, 01:36 AM
Originally posted by Carlo
DO NOT BUY THIS BIKE!!! Unless you wish to be seen on one of the sexiest, most coveted bikes in the world. Consider this the Ferrari of the motorcycle industry; a certain "trump card" at any venue. You WILL be noticed on this bike. And that's not even a good reason to buy it.
The only reason you should purchase one of these hand-built masterpieces is to enjoy the world-class performance; else you will soon tire of being baked through the incredibly harsh seat by the canisters, and will not take to kindly to the hunched down position the dropped handlebars force you into. Nor will you appreciate how high and far back the foot pegs are positioned. If ever you should forget why you purchased this motorcycle, all you must do to remind yourself is to drop it deep into a corner and power out. This bike handles on rails. No other factory machine approaches it's prowess in the curves. If you find yourself at a dragstrip, you will lose to a few Japanese ( of that I own.) bikes, but those massive behemoths will never catch you once the road begins to twist.
I could pontificate on the merits of the divinely inspired suspension of this bike for pages, however, I think it necessary to mention the powerplant as well. The V-Twin design is key in lowering the CG and keeping the bike very slender (both as opposed to the Asian 4's). The harmonic resonance acts along the vertical axis of the bike compared to side to side in a 4 (This is supposed to contribute to the stability of the motorcycle- however I do not consider this a noticable boon: especially while not on a track). The desmodromic (forced open & forced closed) valve system is ingenious, yet still has it's kinks. The valves must be professionally adjusted periodically. Former glitches with the dry clutch system (a.la. 916) have been all but eliminated in the 2000 model.
In conclusion, I would suggest that riding a Ducati 996 may be about the most fun you can have fully clothed (or otherwise depending on your affinity for Motorcycles). When you first buy your bike, you may be so busy staring at it, you may forget to ride it. It happens. This bike, like a mischevous friend, will pressure you into so many places where, in hindsight, you will realize that you may have just courted extinction. Best of luck if you should choose to join the world of Desmo.....Done!!! and done!!! Randy. I don't know what other confrintaions you've had or have with Italian stying and/or engineering (although this was never the issue) I was expecting a response from you similer to that :D :D :D


OH God... that sounded pathetic... It's only a bike, not a Vintage Ferrari. The thing doesn't even look that good and that passage was copied out of a book... you could never write that Carlo. I guarentee my bike will out handle any 996 in the twisties.

:puke:

Jon@Bimmersport
07-04-2002, 02:05 AM
i smell a race comming on! haha...r there any tracks where they race bikes here in the gta or surrounding area? love to see that...i love those races *love*

'88 325e
07-04-2002, 07:03 AM
Originally posted by E46_lover
i smell a race comming on! haha...r there any tracks where they race bikes here in the gta or surrounding area? love to see that...i love those races *love*

I see a Cayuga maXbimmer meet in the near future! Who ever has a bike on maX must go racing and us non-bike guys can go for the drive and watch. Good idea?

Dave

SickFinga
07-04-2002, 07:06 AM
why not a 1/4 maxbimmer races?

Carlo
07-04-2002, 08:02 AM
It's only a bike, not a Vintage Ferrari. The thing doesn't even look that good and that passage was copied out of a book... you could never write that Carlo. I guarentee my bike will out handle any 996 in the twisties.

Don't worry Randy a GSXR 1000 would probably be my second pick.;)

SpikedLemon
07-04-2002, 08:28 PM
Nope, Gixxers don't make my top 10 list. But neither did my own bike.

Ducati 998 / 748
Benelli Tornado TRE900
Ducati MH900E
Aprillia RSV Mille
MV Agusta F4 Sienna
Ducati SS / Monster (1000SS, 900SS, 900Sport, 800SS, 750SS, 750Sport, S4, 900M, 750M)
Cagiva VRaptor
Honda RC51 SP1/SP2
Suzuki SV650
Ducati ST4S


I gotta say, the little Suzuki SV650 was a BLAST to ride. If only I was a little smaller so I'd fit right on it.

SpikedLemon
07-04-2002, 08:32 PM
Forgot to post a Duc.

Sorry about the size.

Jon@Bimmersport
07-04-2002, 08:32 PM
Originally posted by '88 325e


I see a Cayuga maXbimmer meet in the near future! Who ever has a bike on maX must go racing and us non-bike guys can go for the drive and watch. Good idea?

Dave

i think this is an awesome idea dave...some1 should organise this!

and in my opinion i think that duc is ugly, its covered in black plastic with red rims...very unstylish to me