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I grew up in Indy and near the wilderness mountain areas of southern New Mexico, been on atv's, dirtbikes and crotch rockets as long as I can remember...and just never grew up
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My mom used to ride me to school when i was in kindergarden but i got my first real bike when i was 16 a 1991 fzr600 that thing handled very well now i am on my 9th year of riding I now have a 68 ironhead and a 97 triumph daytona.
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Me and my buddy next door (we're both about 11 years old or so) pooled our grasscutting money and bought a used minibike frame for $5 - his dad rebuilt an old Tecumseh engine for it, but we couldn't afford a centrifugal clutch so his dad just welded the sprocket onto the output shaft...damn, what a ride! We would set it up on top of a milk crate, rope it off, then kick the milk crate out from under it - no brakes or throttle! There were 3 techniques to stopping that damned thing -

1. Ride it 'til it ran out of gas
2. Run it into the hedges in the empty lot up the street
3. Reach down and yank the spark plug wire off of it

Had numerous street bikes, bought my first Harley in 1974 at Keesler AFB, MS (1971 Sportster XL)...did some dragracing in the old IDBA series in the late '70s, early '80s, set a few records in Stock and Super Stock classes (Suzuki's then)...did a little amature roadracing after that (just fucked up a bunch of shit, I was definitely a much better rider in a straight line)...still riding Harleys, just bought my wife a Virago 250 for a starter bike.
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