Not much bro! Just burnin' the midnight oil! Yup! another R6 rider locally :cheersBlueboy said:Mikhee, what's going on??
WOW, a fellow R6 rider in the Bay ARea, that's cool. Im from the East Bay, ALameda County--Tri Valley Area (San Ramon Dublin etc) I just got on a bike about 7 months ago, since I last had my 500 about 4 years ago.
I love the SIX, it's easily manueverable and quick. Maybe we can ride sometime, since I usually just ride with my buddy (Zr-7s) on weekends.
It would be great to get some Bay area riders, with a nominal amount of experience to ride together.
You hit the spot on that! Another member (Jasamb) mentioned that the 6 are good for novice or beginners, and I feel he is right depending on the person.Blueboy said:Tell Me about it. The SIX is just as smooth as FOSTER's beer. Hit's the corners very well.
You work late dude! What kind of job is it??? Oh yeah, the forum is a great adrenaline-feeder! well a watered-down compared to riding the 6!Blueboy said:Fellow midnight oil burner--I work midnights so the forum is always a way to help me stay awake.
I have a Blue Flame carbon high mount. I ordered through one of the site's sponsors (Hammythecanman). Great guy and great lookin' & soundin' exhaust! Sound similar to the Devils, throaty n' loud but not too LOUD. I seen the Scorpions, i think the carbons looks similar to the Blue Flames & also the M4's. But I haven't heard them yet. If i recalled, i almost ordered one from Cycle Gear when I was going through the hardship of shopping for an exhaust! (we all know how that is)Blueboy said:What kinda pipe do U have on UR byk?? I have a SCORPION CF--nice sound