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Old 03-31-2011, 03:40 PM
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Old 03-31-2011, 04:29 PM
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Even the great Travis Pastrana would be very very impressed with that trick. That is truly amazing. Wow!
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Even the great Travis Pastrana would be very very impressed with that trick. That is truly amazing. Wow!
That just so happens to be Pastranas cousin... "special" Greg
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That is Nuckin' Futz.
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That is Nuckin' Futz.
mega sore nuts
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Will take about a WEEK to "find" his nutz, won't it?

AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Nope, that doesn't impress me. Call me a dud all you want, but I saw that one coming a looong time ago. When they start doing spins and flips like they do when dismounting off the rings or high bars in gymnastics then I'll be impressed. Right now it's only a start for what's to come IMO.
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That would be so intense to be at the top of your game in a sport like that. You know everybody else is like "crap, you mean we have to start doing THAT now!"
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That would be so intense to be at the top of your game in a sport like that. You know everybody else is like "crap, you mean we have to start doing THAT now!"
Doing that only gives a contestant a chance at winning the competition. One has to do more to win the competition out-right......because it's such a vicious cycle we the spectators are the winners.
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That just so happens to be Pastranas cousin... "special" Greg
I was 25 yrs old when I went to a Gary Bailey motocross school with some friends ... one of the little kids was 10 yrs old and riding an 80cc Suzuki jumping 80 ft uphill triples. He was as fast as the 16 yr old pro riding a 250. That 10 yr old kid was ... Travis Pastrana.

I never could get used to the feeling of being 15 ft in the air wondering whether I was going to totally buy it face first. I will always have incredible respect for any A Class MX rider ... or top BMX'r for that matter.
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That was pretty slick! One thing about Pastrana, ask him what happened the night he was driving and wrecked his Vette on Rossback Road. His buddy is paralyzed. No one ever mentions that.
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man i woulda forgot everything mid flip........lol
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Been there and done that one many times. Only difference is I did not exactly land it nor did I plan it.
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That was pretty slick! One thing about Pastrana, ask him what happened the night he was driving and wrecked his Vette on Rossback Road. His buddy is paralyzed. No one ever mentions that.
I'm very sorry to hear that. I vividly remember the different horrific life changing wrecks of my adolescent peers. Some are dead ... others are versions of their former selves.
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Originally Posted by Bayside Bert28 View Post
I was 25 yrs old when I went to a Gary Bailey motocross school with some friends ... one of the little kids was 10 yrs old and riding an 80cc Suzuki jumping 80 ft uphill triples. He was as fast as the 16 yr old pro riding a 250. That 10 yr old kid was ... Travis Pastrana.

I never could get used to the feeling of being 15 ft in the air wondering whether I was going to totally buy it face first. I will always have incredible respect for any A Class MX rider ... or top BMX'r for that matter.

Quick side track:
Gary Bailey ruled back in the day He was bigger then anyone back then.
Gary came to Bausum Farm in Annapolis in, I think 1971 and raced our District #7 track
David Bailey was an awesome rider until the accident.
They came to MD, Big Berm, before David turned Pro. David rode an Ossa then.
Best years of my life were racing Motocross.

Bert, where did you race?

Sorry, now back to your thread.

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Quick side track:
Gary Bailey ruled back in the day He was bigger then anyone back then.
Gary came to Bausum Farm in Annapolis in, I think 1971 and raced our District #7 track
David Bailey was an awesome rider until the accident.
They came to MD, Big Berm, before David turned Pro. David rode an Ossa then.
Best years of my life were racing Motocross.

Bert, where did you race?

Sorry, now back to your thread.
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I raced at Budds Creek primarily ... hate to admit that I was a D class rider

But after attending two Gary Bailey schools I could jump the big table top at Budds Creek along with several of the doubles. This was roughly '89-'93 time period.

Still like watching the races on TV and there is nothing like attending an outdoor Motocross National Series race.
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Originally Posted by Bayside Bert28 View Post
Even the great Travis Pastrana would be very very impressed with that trick. That is truly amazing. Wow!

Travis will be working on that one on his bike now

That is cool
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Nitro Circus ROCKS!

Very Impressive!
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Originally Posted by Bayside Bert28 View Post
I was 25 yrs old when I went to a Gary Bailey motocross school with some friends ... one of the little kids was 10 yrs old and riding an 80cc Suzuki jumping 80 ft uphill triples. He was as fast as the 16 yr old pro riding a 250. That 10 yr old kid was ... Travis Pastrana.

I never could get used to the feeling of being 15 ft in the air wondering whether I was going to totally buy it face first. I will always have incredible respect for any A Class MX rider ... or top BMX'r for that matter.

this kid is by far the next big thing in motocross. ive been watcing him ride since he was bout 4 years old and its just mind boggling the way he handles a bike
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