Discussion in 'General' started by Handicapped Racer, Dec 19, 2018.
Well not now. But at one time they did.
I’ve messaged him but don’t have a current contact number.
Anyone here know someone that would?
I will 100% fly him here for the holidays, let him regroup and even let him do some riding.
He needs help clearly. My numbers for him are old and not even in service.
No! No freakin' way are you allowed around here anymore. Just NO!
Man, reading that, at this time of year, is just plain sad. I hope things work out for him....
Spill it - i lurked for years before I joined and I’m trying to remember who this is.
If I give you my number will you fly me there and give me motorcycles to ride? I'm down for that!
doubtfull but he might give you a reach around. LOL.
Dude I have like 6-7 racers coming to train this weekend. Get here and you got a free bike to ride!
It is said that if you don't have physiological issues when you become homeless you will develop them when you are out there.
It gets harder "to come back in" over time. The shit begins to feel normal. Isolation preferred. I hope he "breaks back in" cause that is how it feels. Especially after so much achievement.
Robby hope you can get him in if only for a few days.
I remember Sadowski digging a hole in T3. Drunk off of his ass. Was working for Speedvision at the time.
Must post pic.
Man I don't care what they say about you over at the Pink Pony. You're alright with me!
I agree. I thought he was kidding at first when he mentioned Kurtis' dad MAY have been a motorcycle racer. Then this about Goodyear. He needs to go back to the woodshed and brush up on his mtc history.
I think he's still kidding and you guys are more gullible than usual.
Sad that someone that fast and was probably was getting a big paycheck for a bunch of years ran out of money
Baby its cold outside.....
I thought the kidding was obvious!
How is Kurtis going to come back from this? All pro athletes have a shelf life. What do they do for income when they aren't pro athletes anymore?
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