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  • gholt651

Posted January 20, 2006 - 12:09 PM


Be sure and tell me how good your KXF450 is after I blow by you on the track. :worthy: C'mon guys. Do the shoot outs really matter that much too you? Every year this stupid trend comes up. Enough already :p :thumbsup:




I feel like I started this. It is really entertaining though! :lol:MORE MORE MORE!!!!!!! :bonk: :thumbsup: :eek:

  • MotoGoalie

Posted January 20, 2006 - 12:12 PM


Have some fun, and oh yes...Moto has credentials.


He might have MX credentials but it appears he lacks education, intelligence and the skill to manage a civil conversation.

  • tdc_worm

Posted January 20, 2006 - 12:18 PM


oh boy, another guy with one way mentality. you fools can dish it out but cant take it, then when you get your panties wadded, you guys try and form a gang, grow up

BTW, I retired sitting on MILLIONS from racing since you brought up the money issue


please enlighten me on my one way mentality.

i have owned every color bike. i am not brand loyal. i dont race, i dont care to race, and i am not capable of using any bike to its fullest potential. as a matter of fact my skill level is such that almost all bikes feel the same to me. a honda, kawasaki, suzuki, ktm, etc. would have suited me just fine. when offered the opportunity at two 06's (a 250 and a 450) for $12k, the decision was made for me.

my attack at you was based off of you bashing somebody for having a "dinosaur" bike. is your ego such that you wouldnt go to the track if you werent rocking the latest gear and bikes? i guess that would make you a lesser enthusiast of this sport... if you have millions and can throw money around like it is nothing then i am happy for you, but dont knock people whom are less fortunate.

additionally, the only reason this thread has piqued my interest is to try to figure out what a person would get from playing the shell game with their identity on a message board. again, is it your ego? must be, you keep challenging people to the track and saying people will eat their words when they figure out who you are. but when they do, will it really change anything? will you come to the yzf forum less to try and figure out why some people are brand loyal? will people all of the sudden herald you as a deity on thumper talk? will the kx450f all of the sudden be the ONLY answer because you say so? will you be the straw that broke the brand loyalists backs? odds are no.

so why is it that you wont reveal your identity?

  • Ga426owner

Posted January 20, 2006 - 12:28 PM


Sure you do or you would not be following up on the thread, like a lot of people are!

Plus, there has not been this much fun and harmless banter for a while now. It's bringing in more and more observers, and even spawned a few new members, and that's all good for the advertising dollar.

Have some fun, and oh yes...Moto has credentials.


No I really don't care who he is :thumbsup: ........agreed the banter is better than reading "oil to use" threads...

  • Jetsprint2

Posted January 20, 2006 - 12:46 PM


No I really don't care who he is :thumbsup: ........agreed the banter is better than reading "oil to use" threads...


I was just curious, what kind of oil do you use? :bonk:

  • MotoGoalie

Posted January 20, 2006 - 12:59 PM


Do you guys suppose REAL ex- Pros we've heard of, like Ricky Johnson, Jeff Ward, David Bailey or Mcgrath are trolling internet board forums like this ex-pro MototardtrainMouth or are they out there taking care of thier business interests?

Additionally, do you think they type at a junior high, schoolboy level?

  • Jetsprint2

Posted January 20, 2006 - 01:04 PM


Do you guys suppose REAL ex- Pros we've heard of, like Ricky Johnson, Jeff Ward, David Bailey or Mcgrath are trolling internet board forums like this ex-pro MototardtrainMouth or are they out there taking care of thier business interests?

Additionally, do you think they type at a junior high, schoolboy level?


I am not saying he is or is not a real pro because I do not know for sure.

Now according to your logic- all real ex- pros type better than a junior high level. I bet there are plenty of junior high students that type at a higher level than ex-pros.

  • MotoGoalie

Posted January 20, 2006 - 01:13 PM


I am not saying he is or is not a real pro because I do not know for sure.

Now according to your logic- all real ex- pros type better than a junior high level. I bet there are plenty of junior high students that type at a higher level than ex-pros.


Well that's one way of looking at it but what I was getting at, is it's just plain sad that this sport has people like MOTOTROLL that represent the higher levels of ability and go 'public' in such a poorly spoken and ill conceived manner as our BigMouth here...

And people wonder why this sport has all the appeal of watching short bus drag racing in regards :thumbsup: to a wider audience and can't get decent TV coverage.

  • Reyndogg

Posted January 20, 2006 - 01:20 PM


MILLIONS... free bikes for life...etc



Why then, do you post things like
this post and the rest in this thread. Why would you care when a dealer will get a bike, why would they have you so "pissed off" as you put it?

Why then did you post that you wished
they were available to the public if you get them anyway? Aren't you supposedly someone special? :thumbsup:

You sure seem impatient for someone of your self-proclaimed stature.

I'm glad that you and open_class have made up since this crap was going on, though :bonk:

:thumbsup:

  • Open_Class

Posted January 20, 2006 - 01:26 PM


Oh please!

There is a long list of people on this, and other, forums that represent our industry poorly. In fact I have seen on this thread alone a few of you.

Let's refrain from tossing stones. You may not like this particular interaction, but you will also notice on previous post he nows his stuff about bikes, setup, etc. Whether he is who you think he is or not.

That is more than 90% of the others posting here. How about all the drivel that I have heard from a lot of people who like to quote technical manuals, and pontificate on all manner of design crap, weld this, linkage that, but know little to nothing about what it takes to progress your skills.

Some of us race and that is the perspective that we seek, and we seek it from those who know or get it, and are not from those close minded brand zealots.

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  • yamahaboy99

Posted January 20, 2006 - 01:29 PM


Cant we all just be friends though?

yay totp

  • MOTOMOUTH

Posted January 20, 2006 - 01:33 PM


Cant we all just be friends though?

yay totp



tried that but..........


reading thru this crap, its some funny shit

  • MotoGoalie

Posted January 20, 2006 - 01:37 PM


Oh please!

There is a long list of people on this, and other, forums that represent our industry poorly. In fact I have seen on this thread alone a few of you.

Let's refrain from tossing stones. You may not like this particular interaction, but you will also notice on previous post he nows his stuff about bikes, setup, etc. Whether he is who you think he is or not.

That is more than 90% of the others posting here. How about all the drivel that I have heard from a lot of people who like to quote technical manuals, and pontificate on all manner of design crap, weld this, linkage that, but know little to nothing about what it takes to progress your skills.

Some of us race and that is the perspective that we seek, and we seek it from those who know or get it, and are not from those close minded brand zealots.


If I want to figure out how to fix my bike, I'll ask Gray or Wrooster or about a dozen other people that can effectively communicate a logical thought and that have consistent points of view that also can be testified to by their history as good members on this board.

If I want to learn how to ride, I'll ask Gary Semics or some of the other REAL pros or buy one of thier DVD series or sign up for thier courses.

If I wanted to learn how to be a dipshit internet troll, I'd ask your boy MotoTrollMouth.

  • Open_Class

Posted January 20, 2006 - 01:40 PM


You mean as long as the only thing you will ever want to know about refers to a blue bike?

  • gholt651

Posted January 20, 2006 - 01:45 PM


Cant we all just be friends though?

yay totp


I would second that!! :bonk: Hey yamahaboy99, where did you get your AVATAR? That is sweet. I bought the anniv. edition 450. So a yellow tunning fork Would be right up my alley. :thumbsup:

P.S. notice I did not bad mouth anyone,or say that I'm faster than you are! :thumbsup:

  • Satch0922

Posted January 20, 2006 - 01:53 PM


tried that but..........


reading thru this crap, its some funny shit


It is funny...must be on the crack pipe with all those MILLIONS your sitting on. THAT IS SOME FUNNY SHIT!

Did we ever find out who this genius really is? I spoke to a good friend who can find out. I pray that it is just a hoax. Can you imagine wondering if other pro riders that you and your kids may have admired at one time turned out to be blithering idiots?

I mean like someone said before, they put their pants on one leg at a time but it would be disgusting to think a guy who made a living off of the fans and bike enthusiasts was an ass like this. I think the real pros that we DO communicate with on the net are very gracious, well spoken and show sincere gratitude to the fans.

Someone enlighten me as to who MOTOMOUTH really is.

  • Open_Class

Posted January 20, 2006 - 02:03 PM


So, it's ok to be a blithering idiot? Just as long as you were not an ex-pro.

hmm...that would explain quite a bit.

  • yamahaboy99

Posted January 20, 2006 - 02:05 PM


I would second that!! :bonk: Hey yamahaboy99, where did you get your AVATAR? That is sweet. I bought the anniv. edition 450. So a yellow tunning fork Would be right up my alley. :thumbsup:

P.S. notice I did not bad mouth anyone,or say that I'm faster than you are! :thumbsup:


I made it in photoshop.. By all means anyone is welcome to use it as thier own.

I personally dont question MotoMouth on weather or not who he says he is. It just doesnt seem like his style to lie about being someone who he is not. So I say he is a pro/ex-pro. My .02

  • Crazyced

Posted January 20, 2006 - 02:13 PM


So, it's ok to be a blithering idiot? Just as long as you were not an ex-pro.

hmm...that would explain quite a bit.

No but you have to agree that a pro have more impact than the average Joe. :thumbsup:

  • MotoGoalie

Posted January 20, 2006 - 02:16 PM


So, it's ok to be a blithering idiot? Just as long as you were not an ex-pro.

hmm...that would explain quite a bit.


So you don't deny he IS a blithering idiot?

Doesn't it just seem dumb to you that someone who supposedly raced at a level 98% of this board's membership, or more, will never achieve comes online and acts like a 12 year old. Including the 'guess who I am' routine complete with him pulling his skirt up when actually called out.

And further, dude goes and trolls up a bunch of forums which ought to get you suspended if not banned.

You think Jack Nicholaus or John Daly participates on golf bulletin boards and act like this? You think John Elway does stuff like this on football boards? or any of someone we've actually heard of? :thumbsup:

It's like the internet noob with the LOOK AT ME complex only this pussuh claims to be an ex pro. BFD. He rode some motorcycles around a track. Quite the rocket scientist we have on our hands. :bonk:

Doesn't it strike you as behaviour that is really outside the bounds of civility?





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