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Bikes are just too damn dangerous, Especially the fast stuff. My brother bought a new Ducati 916 in 97 I think? but we were still immortal back then.

Kinda annoys me see all these "watch for bikers" bumper stickers when its usually the pinheads on the sport bikes driving like assholes who do themselves in.

I have to say thow that if your looking for a chick magnet, depending on what kinda girl your trying to attract I think a Harley would produce the best results. For a classy girl maybe a Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG (No pun intended) but you would most likely find her boring after just a few rides (the car that is)

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Plano, you might want to check this one out regarding the fastest speeding ticket ever written (in MN?) for someone riding a motorcycle. He was riding a Honda, not a Suzuki, at 140 mph over the posted speed.

usatoday30.usatoday.c om/news/offbeat/2004-09-21-speeder_x.htm

the AP story:

WABASHA, Minn. (AP) With a State Patrol airplane overhead, a Stillwater motorcyclist hit the throttle and possibly set the informal record for the fastest speeding ticket in Minnesota history: 205 mph.

On Saturday afternoon, State Patrol pilot Al Loney was flying near Wabasha, in southeastern Minnesota on the Wisconsin border, watching two motorcyclists racing along U.S. Highway 61.

When one of the riders shot forward, Loney was ready with his stopwatch. He clicked it once when the motorcycle reached a white marker on the road and again a quarter-mile later. The watch read 4.39 seconds, which Loney calculated to be 205 mph.

"I was in total disbelief," Loney told the St. Paul Pioneer Press for Tuesday's editions. "I had to double-check my watch because in 27 years I'd never seen anything move that fast."

Several law enforcement sources told the newspaper that, although no official records are kept, it was probably the fastest ticket ever written in the state.

After about three-quarters of a mile, the biker slowed to about 100 mph and let the other cycle catch up. By then Loney had radioed ahead to another state trooper, who pulled the two over soon afterward.

The State Patrol officer arrested the faster rider, 20-year-old Stillwater resident Samuel Armstrong Tilley, for reckless driving, driving without a motorcycle license and driving 140 miles per hour over the posted speed limit of 65 mph.

A search of speeding tickets written by state troopers, who patrol most of the state's highways, between 1990 and February 2004 shows the next fastest ticket was for 150 mph in 1994 in Lake of the Woods County.

Tilley did not return calls from the newspaper to his home Monday. A working number for him could not immediately be found by The Associated Press on Tuesday.

Only a handful of exotic sports cars can reach 200 mph, but many high-performance motorcycles can top 175 mph. With minor modifications, they can hit 200 mph. Tilley was riding a Honda 1000, Loney said.

Kathy Swanson of the state Office of Traffic Safety said unless Tilley was wearing the kind of protective gear professional motorcycle racers wear, he was courting death at 200 mph.

"I'm not entirely sure what would happen if you crashed at 200 miles per hour," Swanson said. "But it wouldn't be pretty, that's for sure."

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Yes.

Greenville SC
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Hi from AZ, Its Mopar or no car. I have a 3rd gen 1973 DodgeCharger, its adriver and a 1971 Dodge Challenger that is in the stages of complete restoration. Both of these cars were in the grave when I got them. I love ever aspect of bringing this old cars back to life.

If anyone in the Phoenix area is interested in any of the Chrysler family cars, my car club is having a big show on the 19th of Jan. 2014 at the Metro Center. Its just about enjoying cars in general. Nothing goes better together than fast cars and fastwomen. ; )

Stay Naughty,

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Motorcycle

Princeton NJ
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Why not both??? I have had my share of both bikes and muscle cars.

Ive owned a 69 Impalla SS, 72 Monte Carlo, 73 Z28 SS to name a few cars..

Bikes Ive had were 58 Pan head, 75 Sporty, 2001 Heritage Springer, and my personal favorite, My 94 Electra Glide Classic

Any one of them can get the ladies heads a turnin'!

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As do we.

Nothing like a few hours of vibration on the bike to get her excited.

Right now we have two bikes, her Buell and my Road King.

Daily driver 07 crew cab Sierra, hers is a Grand prix GTP.

Toys are a 68 Camaro and a 92 Typhoon.

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Why choose? We have both.

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Danville PA
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Muscle cars are the way to go

Rockford IL
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Depends when you pull off the road. If its raining, a car. If its dry, a bike and a towel on the ground.

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