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    Hi redroc2 I see a CBR600 in your profile. I smashed a gixer1000k4 at Loch Ness I now race a F1 sidecar thanks for the advice.

    www.douglasracing.co.uk

    #2
    looks pretty cool...I so want a gixxer 750 I would love to have the new one that has the 600 750 and 1000 setting so I could increase my ridding skills as I go...

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      #3
      You still ride!!

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        #4
        I wrecked on my GSXR600 which made me an SCI. I so miss riding, but will never do it again. DO you have hand controls or can you still shift and break correctly with your feet?

        Sry about being off-topic.

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          #5
          I'm still tempted - when will I learn.....

          Still off topic, but check this guys kit out

          http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=5UpP2VFThXA

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            #6
            Redskins5,

            Many folks use a Kliktronic Electric Shifter, and disk brakes can be plumbed to activate both front and rear from the hand lever.

            Lots of places to start investigating here: http://www.ama-cycle.org/roadride/di...celistings.asp

            Good Luck...

            Joe

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              #7
              I met a para the other day who is in the process of constructing a trike from a gsxr 1100 ( which is what he crashed to land him in the chair some years ago ).
              Looks pretty sweet.

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                #8
                Originally posted by Hawkeyes
                Redskins5,

                Many folks use a Kliktronic Electric Shifter Joe
                I have it on my trike, and it works pretty good, you have to get it set just right, or it won't shift, or it will overheat. Once you get it set right it is nice, sometimes you don't even need to use the clutch.They cost about $900.00 well worth it.
                Tough Times Don't Last...Tough People Do!

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                  #9
                  I was never a trike guy but you should be able to do some crazy donuts with this trike.
                  www.liberatortrikes.com

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                    #10
                    I have a kawasaki ninja 636 that I've been wanting to get set up for me to ride again. Im a t9 complete. The guy from az his name is lee beaver he will send me the kit for like 1200 an then u buy the shifter from the manufacturer for another 900... I crashed in a car but I rode for 4 years prior to my accident. I would love to ride again. I need to buy a car though so well see... congrats to everyone who has gotten back on their bikes tho...

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by arod636
                      I have a kawasaki ninja 636 that I've been wanting to get set up for me to ride again. Im a t9 complete. The guy from az his name is lee beaver he will send me the kit for like 1200 an then u buy the shifter from the manufacturer for another 900... I crashed in a car but I rode for 4 years prior to my accident. I would love to ride again. I need to buy a car though so well see... congrats to everyone who has gotten back on their bikes tho...
                      I bought a kit from him for my 02 R1. Lee is cool as hell.
                      "When Life Deals You A Crappy Hand, You Can Fold, Or You Can Play" Mark Zupan

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by bikeracer
                        Still off topic, but check this guys kit out

                        http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=5UpP2VFThXA
                        That's pretty awesome. The guy in the video definitely has balls.
                        Man I miss riding.

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                          #13
                          i was on my gsxr6 with the wife when we got knocked off and i ended up t6 complete. even knowing what i now know, it's still a coin toss sometimes over whether if i had the chance to go back and live life again i'd give up the bike? god it's hard, but once you've ridden it's hard to get the feelings outta your system!

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by james15985
                            i was on my gsxr6 with the wife when we got knocked off and i ended up t6 complete. even knowing what i now know, it's still a coin toss sometimes over whether if i had the chance to go back and live life again i'd give up the bike? god it's hard, but once you've ridden it's hard to get the feelings outta your system!
                            Have you ever considered on getting back on a bike again? I'm a t-9 complete, and looking into options to ride this summer. I have to wait 1 year from my injury (doctors orders). It's just if you really enjoyed riding before, there's no reason to give it up.
                            If I was meant to have wheels under my ass, what the hell are these legs for?
                            http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1455040496

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                              #15
                              I miss riding alot!! I crashed racing my GSXR back in 05. Worst thing was it happened on a warm-up lap. I gave up riding on the street when I started racing on the track the street was to boring.

                              Trying to get back on one now but i'm C5/6 so hand function sucks
                              Steve
                              C5-6 Feb 05

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