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    I don't have many pic's on file. I suppose I could scan the few I do have and see if they turn out. There are a few bikes I don't have pics of. This Rotax was a giant killer. Rode it in 3 classes.
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    Rotax is 1983. KTM 2005. Rode that bike in 3 classes. Bultaco is 74' Pursang. Rode this bike with AHRMA for 10 years.
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    High school was freaking great ! I would think anyone who went to high school in the mid 60's to early 70's would agree with me.

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    So got out and put the tips to use. New ride position made a big difference. And pushing on the Handlebars works good with the good ride position. Now I just have to hone it in. Thanks everyone

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    Quote Originally Posted by njloco View Post
    High school was freaking great ! I would think anyone who went to high school in the mid 60's to early 70's would agree with me.
    They had buildings back then??

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    I don't. Had better things on my mind.

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    What, ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ like Antifa !

    Just kidding, I know you west coaster's take your terrorists seriously.

    The high school we went to looked exactly like the front of a castle, really. At the time it was the largest high school in the USA, the most populated ( 8600 students ) and also had the highest academic standing , of which I did not contribute one iota too. It is located on the corners of Church Ave. and Flatbush Ave. in Brooklyn NYC. On Friday and Saturday evenings it would become the largest gathering ( hangout ) of teenagers in the world, thousands from all the nearby high-schools would descend on those four corners, winter or summer.


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