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Old 20th September 2007, 21:07   #1
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Old 21st September 2007, 17:16   #2
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Sheesh.. Now only if we had deserted and well-paved roundabouts in India, I could have gone out and tried something similar.

Until that happens, will be content with taking the Inner Ring Road S-Curve flat out in the middle of the night at ~110 clicks. What a rush...
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You getting idea's there Steer?

Amby valley has some nice corners where you can get your knee down. In the city, they have ruined every intersection with paving tiles which is terrible for bikes.

BTW, are there any twisties in your neck of the woods? I have only seen long straights and 90 degree bends.
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@doomsday : which part of the inner ring road??
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@doomsday : which part of the inner ring road??
The S-Curve which you get while going towards Indiranagar from Koramangala after the long straight, before hitting the Airport flyover.
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The S-Curve which you get while going towards Indiranagar from Koramangala after the long straight, before hitting the Airport flyover.
yup. I have done that !!

Not at 110, but more like 100 or so.... feels absolutely brilliant.

Which bike do you haveDoomsday?
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oh yes, that's a good place! which bike do u have doomsday?
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Not at 110, but more like 100 or so.... feels absolutely brilliant.

Which bike do you haveDoomsday?
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oh yes, that's a good place! which bike do u have doomsday?
My ride is a 2003 HH Karizma shod with 120/80 Dunlop Geocruiser (Rear)
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