CoMM J1: Jargon that is Justifiable Just for use here

For old times' sake, some educational info for everyone who needs more control over his/her bike.

Re: CoMM J: Jargon that is Justifiable Just for use here

Postby David W » 27 Jun 2015, 00:11

Critters wrote:I read a few lines and switched off, I'm afraid; this is way too deep ....
Brian ...
And then ...
Critters wrote:... And the lottery numbers are ???? ...
And ...
Critters wrote:I just wish I had an "ignore topic" button, and I will be in my happy place again.

Brian, and perhaps others here, you will probably find the words "Unsubscribe topic" at the bottom of this page. If so, maybe clicking on those words will move you closer to your happy place.
This thread is about those words we can use to discuss riding technique, especially bike control. We make no claim that any rider needs such words in order to ride.
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And one more time for those who like discussion even in the summer:
David W wrote: If you have an interest in discussing bike control, which of the following seven topics would you like to start with?

A - Accelerating
B - Balancing
C - Cornering
D - Decelerating
E - Emergency Essentials
F - Further Fundamentals not Found in the above Five
G - General approaches to bike control (including mental attitude)

(If choosing one of those last two, F or G, please explain roughly what your proposed, bike control topic is. Thanks.)
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Re: CoMM J: Jargon that is Justifiable Just for use here

Postby mbrST1100 » 27 Jun 2015, 11:27

Forest 1100 wrote:I fear that your post will only encourage Dave W.

Well, I expressed that he's getting carried away... didn't specify just how far though... :lol:
You must admit Martin that these CoMM topics are not the rational behaviour of a normal person.

I never admit to anything w/out my legal counsel being present, nor am I even nearly qualified to answer any medical aspects... ;)
Maybe he's the new enlightened crusader for technical lingo, and they named him Dave...
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Re: CoMM J: Jargon that is Justifiable Just for use here

Postby Baldeagle » 27 Jun 2015, 13:54

I would have thought that if you don't like a topic, you don't open it.!!?
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Re: CoMM J: Jargon that is Justifiable Just for use here

Postby Pieter Huizinga » 27 Jun 2015, 15:45

Ow c'mon guys, where is your sense of humor.
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