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Forgetting sex

Okay, forgetting sex for a minute (don't worry, it's just a minute!) is there anything that really compares to some of your best moments on a motorcycle?

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Forget sex, Are You Nuts??

In this order, SEX then Motorcycles! Gee wiz, What do they teach these young kids these days!!

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Yes, the births of my kids.

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Yes, the births of my kids.
Good call.

Or, seeing them get married.

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Okay, forgetting sex for a minute (don't worry, it's just a minute!) is there anything that really compares to some of your best moments on a motorcycle?
Greatest moments ever were on motorcycles. Period, and that absolutely includes sex.

Sorry kids. I don't blame them at all, and they know this, but even one of the births kept me from a major manufacturer's try out at Willow Springs, the other fellow went on to a World Championship, what a shame.

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Yes, the births of my kids.
That's cheating. You had to have sex to make that happen. Gosh, can you people just forget the sex for a moment?

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For me that would be snow-skiing and water-skiing, and riding my horse (when we were both younger... )

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Okay, forgetting sex for a minute (don't worry, it's just a minute!) is there anything that really compares to some of your best moments on a motorcycle?
Skydiving.
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Sitting on the beach in Mexico drinking beer and doing nothing. Even better is if I would have rode my bike down there.

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Sitting on the beach in Mexico drinking beer and doing nothing. Even better is if I would have rode my bike down there.
+1 done that a few times....looking forward to a few more.


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Well, I would say riding with my wife... But I hate to sound like a brown nose.

Did get to fly an AT-6; not a real powerful plane, but the only one I've ever flown that could do aerobatics - THAT was a rush!

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Birth of my first grand-daughter has to be right up there, too....

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First solo flight (then not being able to get out of the aircraft when I landed - I was fine taking off, flying a couple of circuits, landing, but when I shut it down, my legs turned to jelly afterwards!!).

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Tractor pulling. 1200 HP Super Farm. Wheels spinning above 100mph. Front end coming off the ground and the great sound of a diesel engine. Drove that one once, I think it was the biggest rush of adrenaline ever.

Although, I think a Mini would be more fun to pull.

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My sister and I were talking with mom and she said "Do know you what the greatest day in my life was?"

I'm thinking it had to be the birth of her favorite, me. My sister was having similar thoughts.

Or maybe our weddings, her wedding, the birth of a grandchild, great grandchild...

Nope

She finished " it was the day I paid off the mortgage on the house."

That stung a bit.

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She finished " it was the day I paid off the mortgage on the house."
Just did that and it sure feels good.. Ya never stop paying for kids....



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I'm with you Tate. Motorcycles are great but, for myself, there are more "good airplane moments" than there are "good motorcycle moments". Think twisties only add in a third dimension.

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I read the title of this thread and thought my wife started it...that would be the only thing she would start that would involve the word "Sex" in it.


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Those were some of the best , but my first one was a day time between two mountains.

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Okay, I'm a pilot, too, and I would add to the list of comparable moments flying my first ILS approach after my instrument rating in real conditions. Or, just about any real condition instrument approach. Plus, the time I lost the engine in a single engine planes over the Alleghenies in the clouds. That was a good one, too, and almost my last one. Those were exciting and some were fun, too, but it's hard to say they were any better than a good day on the LT.

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Okay, I'm a pilot, too, and I would add to the list of comparable moments flying my first ILS approach after my instrument rating in real conditions. Or, just about any real condition instrument approach. Plus, the time I lost the engine in a single engine planes over the Alleghenies in the clouds. That was a good one, too, and almost my last one. Those were exciting and some were fun, too, but it's hard to say they were any better than a good day on the LT.
Good day on an LT is good - 1st solo is on par with kids/grandkids etc.

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Not to be a buzzkill, but for me it was surviving cancer. Waking up in the recovery room and realizing I was still alive was pretty darn nice. Of course the morphine helped a little!


Oh yeah, and then I had sex!

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Hey, I WAS married for 21 years.What's sex?
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Good day on an LT is good - 1st solo is on par with kids/grandkids etc.
Seems to me that there is some corelation of LT riders and aircraft here?

I started flying July 1992, had a month away from training because of knee trouble but still got my licence in October 1992. 150+ hours so far.

I have ridden BMW bikes since the early 1980s, starting with a R100RT. I went to that from a Honda Superdream I passed my test on.

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The 3 children being born, obvious. The day I was saved, yes, no doubt. However, I think from a little more "selfish" viewpoint there are a couple of other events I can recall.
I like to hunt & fish, so a a few other moments come to mind. I was with my son on a small river in WY, we caught an evening hatch of some flying insect and we both had a close enough dry fly to match it. Trout were rising all around us and we were catching and releasing as fast as we could. My son said, "Now I know why you love this so much." it was great.
Second would be watching my English Setters lock up on point, then a huge covey of quail burst out all over. Its happened thousands of times, but one day in NE Missouri with my two brothers we went from one covey to the next all afternoon. I was with my two brothers we were watching great dog work, weren't missing too often. The pic we took at the end of the day still takes me back every time I see it.
However, Beartooth Pass this summer on my LT is very hard to beat.
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Okay, forgetting sex for a minute (don't worry, it's just a minute!) is there anything that really compares to some of your best moments on a motorcycle?
Tough question....since all the best moments on a GT HAVE TO involve sex, of course!

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Seems to me that there is some corelation of LT riders and aircraft here?

150+ hours so far.
Not pickin. but logged 150 hours, but still go to France on the LT ? ? ?

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Not pickin. but logged 150 hours, but still go to France on the LT ? ? ?
Well you know the rules... Land at Dinard etc before you can go where you want to for Customs Clearance.

There is an airfield about 15 miles south of the house, but I would still have to get there. Then there is the cost. It's about a four hour round trip, Nearly £500 plus landing fees etc.

On the bike, I can get a return with Brittany Ferries for £31.90 if I plump for no cabin.

Just pussin' through.
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I dunno. I think the most fun I have ever had NOT on a motorcycle or involving sex was being given the controls of a Schwiezer 2-33 glider and then scaring the crap out of my mother who was watching on the ground as I tipped it over on both wing tips and then did a classic tail slide. Shocked the pilot as well. He looked over his shoulder and asked if I had done this before. I had been shown but never actually "did it".

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