huh?.. what about the all the other threads on this forum where you are arguing “there are no race tracks in Taiwan so I ride fast on the public streets…” you’ve said many times you like to ride the Number 3 because it has faster knee down corners, open corners that you can take faster than the technical roads… you’ve also said you regularly ride at over 250km/h on public roads… you even regularly try to get people to race you on public roads… which is it then? do you “take it to the track” or do you “ride like a maniac on the street”?..
aaah… sorry, my bad… in the future you’ll be sticking to the track then, cool… like you say, probably better that way… there may a concrete wall 3 feet away from the fastest corner on the track, but they painted “Jesus Loves You” on it… you’ll be fine… give 'em hell… [/quote]
Yep, I ride a little quick on the streets too. But I’m trying to cut back…and do more hard racing in a more controlled environment. It’s just odd that you feel that is something worth insulting. :s
And there are no "concrete walls around the track…it’s wood…and very very thin wood at that.
How many big bike riders died on the street last year? A few, right? How many died on the track last year? Zero…right?
So spit out what you are trying to say already…You should only ride fast on the road, because the track is sub-par? Or you should spend a million nt on a bike…and then ride it like a scooter? Or…what? If I was talking about going fast on the road…you’d make fun of that…if I mention trying to improve my skills on a race track…I still get insulted. :loco:
This is coming from the same guy who talked about doing 150 in a 50 and almost being killed by someone turning a truck across his path to enter a small side street. Well, last time I checked…there are no side streets leading off of the race track…and no trucks either.