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Re: Advice for some new gear

#16 Post by Killa P » Thu Apr 23, 2009 12:45 pm

Merp wrote:
CrashDummy wrote:I definitely agree. Sarah you're fast and funny. And with your new Miata you can be funny, fast and furious. Sarah, you do have a great disposition. When you were stuck at the top of the mountain with only us guys during the road block and the talk drifted to the boarder you dismissed it with ease. You let us know Josh was the only one you were going to take a shower with. When what's his name said that one woman is all we need (not me) you just rolled your eyes and gave a longing look for the rest of the unit.
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IMHO it doesnt matter what you wear cagers who dont ride are ALWAYS going to say, "ohhh. i didnt see them!!" I agree with sarah about flying under the radar thou, i wear my black leather jacket, on my black bike. Im just saying... but to each is own. wear the color you like.
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Re: Advice for some new gear

#17 Post by lizken » Thu Apr 23, 2009 1:47 pm

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Re: Advice for some new gear

#18 Post by Cashie » Thu Apr 23, 2009 3:27 pm

Trinity wrote:Neon pink.

And then people can say... "Holy Merp!! Look at that guy!" :P
You beat me to it!

I wear pink for a very good reason. It stands out!

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Re: Advice for some new gear

#19 Post by SabreSarah » Thu Apr 23, 2009 6:37 pm

CrashDummy wrote:I definitely agree. Sarah you're fast and funny. And with your new Miata you can be funny, fast and furious. Sarah, you do have a great disposition. When you were stuck at the top of the mountain with only us guys during the road block and the talk drifted to the boarder you dismissed it with ease. You let us know Josh was the only one you were going to take a shower with. When what's his name said that one woman is all we need (not me) you just rolled your eyes and gave a longing look for the rest of the unit.
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Re: Advice for some new gear

#20 Post by Cashie » Fri Apr 24, 2009 5:41 pm

Merp wrote:
Cashie wrote:
Trinity wrote:Neon pink.

And then people can say... "Holy Merp!! Look at that guy!" :P
You beat me to it!

I wear pink for a very good reason. It stands out!
Lmao, this is what i get for asking a female rider club advice about colors hahahaha. Pure entertainment though...
But of course! And every time a guy asks if he can ride my bike, I offer him my pink helmet and say, "sure, but you gotta wear this."

Honestly, I like the yellow you've already got.

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Re: Advice for some new gear

#21 Post by chiconaduc » Sat Apr 25, 2009 4:37 pm

Merp wrote: Haha I do too, the only reason I am getting a replacement is cause mine doesn't fit anymore as I mentioned. I thought about another yellow/black but what if my next bike i get doesn't come in it or whatever so i'm trying to think as universal colored as possible without going all black, ya know?
You could stick with yellow & black (you were very visible in my mirrors last Sunday) and just get a black bike. Black goes with everything.
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Re: Advice for some new gear

#22 Post by sadmac » Sat Apr 25, 2009 5:37 pm

The way i see it, if you get a new bike, it motivates you to buy new gear ;)
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Re: Advice for some new gear

#23 Post by *chamorita* » Mon Apr 27, 2009 9:23 pm

Yellow and some black is good...
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Re: Advice for some new gear

#24 Post by Cashie » Sun May 17, 2009 9:27 pm

I saw a guy in BRIGHT GREEN today, and I gotta say he really stood out. I noticed him in my rear view mirror when he was way behind me.

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Re: Advice for some new gear

#25 Post by Diabla » Mon Jul 27, 2009 2:20 pm

Orange is a great color... my favorite.

Really though... buy your bike first, then ur answers on color should be easier.
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