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joe  says:

Knee down on a ped

just a picture of me with the knee down on my nrg (really pisses the big lads off on their GSX-R1000s when they see this). I can do it on left or right-handers which is more than a lot of the big boys can do.

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mac one

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mac one says:

knee down on a ped

Full set of leathers with sliders on a ped,Ooooh you brave thing going out in the daylight without a black visor

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johnyrottin

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johnyrottin says:

Impressed

I must admit, I am impressed. Now lets see you get on a GSXR1000 and do the same. Its a bit different on a bike that can't be tamed rather than a bke with a hamster wheel for power mate.

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racinggreen

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racinggreen says:

Woooo

You seem to forget that mopeds are a lot lower and lighter than any sports bike mate, and without any power, so its as easy as doing it on a mini moto. Get a proper bike then show us talent...or your bruises!

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sprag

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sprag says:

ooooow Joe you big show off

I used to be able to get my knee [left or right] down on a 250 Enfield way back in 1967 in just a pair of Levis, tatty old leather jacket and baseball boots [and no bloody crash helmet either] but well done mate and like the other geezer said..... get a propper bike and then try it, it aint that easy, I know, I keep trying on my Harley Dyna Glide and and so far all I manage is to scrap the exhaust on the right and dig the fookin side stand in on left handers but wtf? I'm 57 and should know better. :winkie:

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mitochondria

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mitochondria says:

KNOB

What a tossa

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keithg24

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keithg24 says:

Knee down

Having done moped mayhem on a 50cc powered Honda Cr125 chassis, you should have your elbows down at the very least. Still well done, its all a bit of a laff after all.

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worried-in-the-wet

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responses

So lads is it envy or contempt? Sounds like it will be handbags at fifty paces....

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eleybee

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eleybee says:

knee down on a ped

ho! joe can on any bike you want. I've seen him:biggrin:

on this one a  duke or this one a fireblade RR5

even had a highside at 120 at redgate [doninngton park]

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tonycashman

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tonycashman says:

Knee down

I am obviously old, why would I want to get my knee down on a public road?

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steve1219

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steve1219 says:

PREETY IMPRESSIVE

i can get my knee down on my aprilia rs 125 with ease around any corner but i have tried it on a moped and it is hard becuase the handlebars move to freely and there is no weight over the front wheel so it feels like it is sliding from underneath you. before you say do it on a bigger bike to me i have done it on a yammy r6 and i round it easier so i just say up with the front wheels down the then knees and elbows.

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