He deserves to be #1.
Lizrdbrth is, and has been for a while, the top poster, passing up even the venerable qwerty. Congrats!
The impressive thing about lizrdbrth's post count is it's not fluff. He answers questions and does it like a pro. He is full of information and is willing to take the time to share. And he is not the only one. There are many members who offer good, helpful information everyday. Thanks to all of you -- you're too many to name individually. All of you are appreciated.
The value of the internet is that when you're wrong someone will immediately correct you, and when you're right, someone will immediately correct you". Lizrdbrth
He has always impressed me. It takes a lot of time to answer some of our dumb questions. He takes the time everyday to make this a better forum and it IS appreciated Mr. Lizrdbrth!!! Thank you !!
*note* - He gets embarressed if we flood him with too many compliments...
so if he has ever helped you, tell him now!!!
snicker snicker he he..
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I concur whole heartedly. My bike wouldn't be where it's at now without his help. My wallet would be thicker though . I hope he continues to give so freely of his time and knowledge. How many bikes have benefitted from the cooler project alone.
'99 TW,Ricochet skid plate, Seat Concepts, Jimbo shield, 2" extended swingarm w/Maxxis Bighorn, 5.10 Kenda K270, Stealth exhuast, YZ80 hybrid front forks w/HyperPro proressive springs, ProCycle high mount front fender, ProCycle wide foot pegs, TT-R stainless head pipe, Lizrdbrth cooler, D-Flex hand guards, XT350 gas tank.
2002 Honda Spirit Shadow VT750
'78 Honda XL100
He the man!
Hidden Content A ride in the woods helps me relax and release tension. The fact I'm dragging a body should be entirely irrelevant?
He's okay... even though he is one of the SoCal Gang..... Would be fun to meet him (and other Socal riders) sometime on a group ride.
Mike Carter. Woodland, California (NorCal). '89 Tw200 (Black Widow Edition). Blood red Jimbo shield, Cycleracks, Nuvi 500 GPS, Kolpin fuel pack jr., D shield bark busters, 55t rear sprocket, Golden boy front tire, Ricochet shield.
I jest of course. Not about filling the bill but about the SoCal riders. Take an average hare scramble of 5-600 competitors. Take a stroll up and down the pits and it just ain't that hard to come up with one or two or maybe even three quality SoCal riders :0)
Sorry, I get this way after the third glass........................
Ya gotta finish the loop, it's your only way out!
^ what he said^