No bikes? Will be getting this in feb, the 06 model of the YZF -R6, cheap and fast as fuck.
Sweet bike, Bailey. We call those crotch rockets 'round these parts.
LOL, cheers Jen, yeah we call them that too, damn me i can't wait for feb, lol.
Do you guys have those pocket rockets? Just like a ducatti, with the racing ferrings etc, but tiny, with a 50cc engine in them? My mate/boss just bought 2 of them (only $350 ea) to race on at the old go-cart track, and a 4 wheeler, same thing, small, but you can buy a go cart engine for them, 150cc, would go "flippin" hard then i think, lol. Sorry getting a bit carried away, "I'm so excited, and just can't hide it", lol shakes fist at capn shitty
bailey, yeah wolves are plentiful here in the great white north. the funny thing about this wolf i hit was i smacked him driving in a part of canada (southern ontario) where basically no wolves live anymore. i probably killed the one good predator for an entire county. i felt really bad when i hit him.
Mallcop - I hear that, hitting anything in your car sucks, ran over my own cat in my driveway a few yrs ago, went under the back wheel, Ba-Bump! Don't even want to know how the parents feel in the horror stories you hear about them reversing over their children in their driveways.
No wolves here, but do have dingos and the odd sighting of a tassy tiger, but recently in the news there's footage of what peeps thought were feral cats, but this sucker on footage looks like a black panther, just a little smaller. Laughed my aarse off when they said it was a feral cat, we have them out in the bush here, and whilst they are bigger than your average house cat, they still look like a cat, and this panther on tv was stalking a kangaroo! Most kangaroos stand over 6ft easy, and travel fast, so can't see this "cat" being afraid of people.
At boarding school we had a vast expanse of scrub land behind the school (off limits), we used to go down there and get stoned, then sneak up on kangaroos and try to chase them, i'm quick, but 3 bounces and these suckers are out of view.