Originally Posted by Tapil
Fine by true definition, mention or displaying anything infront of people is brandishing. But that is not my intention for the post/joining of the site. When I was search information about R6 and difference between the R6S no matter how many different search engines I used this site popped up several different times with random people asking the same question.
When I wondered how to correctly take the fairings off and change my oil after purchasing the bike. This site again. And with pics!
Even back when I bought my 1st motorcycle (some unknown chinese garbage 250 thing... dont ask) I did the 1st oil change on that bing bong and put car oil in it. It was this site that explained the need for the slip clutch to have moto oil
The list goes on... Yes having it in my sig is advertising. Yes starting a thread is advertising. But a R6 with videos of said R6 is directly related to this R6 forum. Which seemed to be an extremely reliable resource.
Most 1st posts are to give a brief desc of your self/your bike
I never wanted to post the link in my 1st post because that wasnt the point, if someone cared they could check out my profile/turn sig's back on.
Most people join a forum and make their intro thread and the title is usually like, "New member from Seattle", or "New Bay Area Rider!", etc..
Not a thread with a title that specifically states your agenda. An intro thread would have been you making a thread NOT called motorcycle videos and hoping the link in your signature drives people to your videos.
And you know this, because you even note that 1st intro posts are people saying hello, posting a pic of their bike, their location and some plans with it, and a thank you for all the pics, etc this site has provided via google search, etc.
So you sir, have made a thread to solely publicize your youtube channel of narrated riding videos. I hope you aren't one of the VLOGgers who have a small digital camera IN the helmet to accomplish this. If so, I sure hope it doesn't hurt you in a crash like that loose ass fitting textile gear. You really need better fitting gear bro. It's not a day out on the slopes snowboarding and looking cool, etc. That gear willl shred and pinch your skin off too, etc.
Like I said, I'm one of the more helpful people and a nice guy. Ask the many many many members who I've met and ridden with and helped out, etc.
Welcome to the site for sure, I hope you enjoy it and realize you will get out what you put into it.
Originally Posted by S2 Studio
welcome to the forum my friend...