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    Congratulations for your Hayabusa....do post us some cool pics of your busa

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    20 years old on a busa ?? How ? I have a few questions
    1 what do you do for a living
    2 how did you have the finance for a busa
    3 was it daddy dearest's money ?
    4 if it is , then ask yourself , do you deserve it ?

    Sorry guys , there are too many kids who do not understand the value of actually earning their bike
    There are few guys in This forum who I have known for 7 years , who started with pulsars and worked their way towards their dream , they know the importance of what am talking about

    IF you can give me apt answers to my questions , I will eat my words
    If mods wants to wrap my knuckles , if I did some thing wrong , plz feel free to do so , but I just do not approve of this
    drive safely... if not for you then for the sake of others!!

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    ^^ second that.
    but let that kid have fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kachhhing View Post
    20 years old on a busa ?? How ? I have a few questions
    1 what do you do for a living
    2 how did you have the finance for a busa
    3 was it daddy dearest's money ?
    4 if it is , then ask yourself , do you deserve it ?

    Sorry guys , there are too many kids who do not understand the value of actually earning their bike
    There are few guys in This forum who I have known for 7 years , who started with pulsars and worked their way towards their dream , they know the importance of what am talking about

    IF you can give me apt answers to my questions , I will eat my words
    If mods wants to wrap my knuckles , if I did some thing wrong , plz feel free to do so , but I just do not approve of this
    kachhhing, first of all Relaxxxx bro.. the feller is a 20yr old student, it may or may not be daddy's money, no one except for the kid may know whether he truly deserves it, but what is the point? even if he doesn't, he has the Busa already and is gonna have some goody loads of fun anyways... (Hopefully, safely).

    We all have our views and opinions and surely, you have yours and its your own. None of us here believe that you need to eat your words but lets not be too hard on the kid and rain on his parade... Again, just my view
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brat View Post
    kachhhing, first of all Relaxxxx bro.. the feller is a 20yr old student, it may or may not be daddy's money, no one except for the kid may know whether he truly deserves it, but what is the point? even if he doesn't, he has the Busa already and is gonna have some goody loads of fun anyways... (Hopefully, safely).

    We all have our views and opinions and surely, you have yours and its your own. None of us here believe that you need to eat your words but lets not be too hard on the kid and rain on his parade... Again, just my view
    Quote Originally Posted by kachhhing View Post
    20 years old on a busa ?? How ? I have a few questions
    1 what do you do for a living
    2 how did you have the finance for a busa
    3 was it daddy dearest's money ?
    4 if it is , then ask yourself , do you deserve it ?

    Sorry guys , there are too many kids who do not understand the value of actually earning their bike
    There are few guys in This forum who I have known for 7 years , who started with pulsars and worked their way towards their dream , they know the importance of what am talking about

    IF you can give me apt answers to my questions , I will eat my words
    If mods wants to wrap my knuckles , if I did some thing wrong , plz feel free to do so , but I just do not approve of this

    Both of you guys have valid point. Being a 26yr lad, I earned my ZMA. I used to ride Hero Puch in my college days. On the other hand, even if the guy is 20 yr old, it doesnt means he can't handle power of Busa. Its true that guys in that age group have a lot of adrenaline push. Anyways, congratulate the guy for his acheivement and advise him to ride safe with all safety gears.

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    cool Man ! congrats for The Busa

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    Quote Originally Posted by kachhhing View Post
    20 years old on a busa ?? How ? I have a few questions
    1 what do you do for a living
    2 how did you have the finance for a busa
    3 was it daddy dearest's money ?
    4 if it is , then ask yourself , do you deserve it ?

    Sorry guys , there are too many kids who do not understand the value of actually earning their bike
    There are few guys in This forum who I have known for 7 years , who started with pulsars and worked their way towards their dream , they know the importance of what am talking about

    IF you can give me apt answers to my questions , I will eat my words
    If mods wants to wrap my knuckles , if I did some thing wrong , plz feel free to do so , but I just do not approve of this

    None of those questions are relevant. Be happy for the kid. Being fellow bikers, we should be worried about his responsible riding and proper gears and NOT whether he deserves it or how he financed it. That's just being too judgemental and a tad jealous?
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    Congrats Man! Have fun..

    Quote Originally Posted by rkakkar View Post
    None of those questions are relevant. Be happy for the kid. Being fellow bikers, we should be worried about his responsible riding and proper gears and NOT whether he deserves it or how he financed it. That's just being too judgemental and a tad jealous?
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    I know, I might have been harsh on him, but don't get me wrong , I know what the biking spirit is , I pray each and every one of you buys the bike of their dreams , but to appreciate the bike it has to be yours.
    Motorcycles are very close to my heart , I eat , live and dream bikes , and there fore will not be satisfied with any one else buying me a bike or if I have a bike that I have not earnt.

    AM sure the kid would have tons of fun with his machine , and given a fair chance will learn to be a safe rider and not get himself or some one else injured , and one day become a mature biker, but there is some thing bigger than all this , has he learnt the all important lesson of chasing your dream ? Am sure every one here has a dream of a big bike , And one day will work towards it , and when you achieve this will be the happiest day of your life, if you don't believe me just read thro tons of success stories here.
    Plus bikers are meant to be setting an example to others who dream of them, so its all uif more important to do it right , all you guys ask yourself what have you learnt fro guys like tenhut, fireblah , asim, carlitos to name a few , then ask , what would you learn from our friend on busa?
    The point is , how to work towards a goal , and am sorry , our friend here has missed that boat.

    HAving said all this , and being seriously annoyed at the situation , like you guys say , its just my point of view.
    I from the bottom of my heart wish you all the very best with your busa, my words were just cuz I was concerned about you , now go out on the road and prove me wrong , I will be the happiest person
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    drive safely... if not for you then for the sake of others!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kachhhing View Post
    I know, I might have been harsh on him, but don't get me wrong , I know what the biking spirit is , I pray each and every one of you buys the bike of their dreams , but to appreciate the bike it has to be yours.
    Motorcycles are very close to my heart , I eat , live and dream bikes , and there fore will not be satisfied with any one else buying me a bike or if I have a bike that I have not earnt.

    AM sure the kid would have tons of fun with his machine , and given a fair chance will learn to be a safe rider and not get himself or some one else injured , and one day become a mature biker, but there is some thing bigger than all this , has he learnt the all important lesson of chasing your dream ? Am sure every one here has a dream of a big bike , And one day will work towards it , and when you achieve this will be the happiest day of your life, if you don't believe me just read thro tons of success stories here.
    Plus bikers are meant to be setting an example to others who dream of them, so its all uif more important to do it right , all you guys ask yourself what have you learnt fro guys like tenhut, fireblah , asim, carlitos to name a few , then ask , what would you learn from our friend on busa?
    The point is , how to work towards a goal , and am sorry , our friend here has missed that boat.

    HAving said all this , and being seriously annoyed at the situation , like you guys say , its just my point of view.
    I from the bottom of my heart wish you all the very best with your busa, my words were just cuz I was concerned about you , now go out on the road and prove me wrong , I will be the happiest person
    Don't get me wrong but why are you getting crazy over how he got it,I and 2 of my friends are making a go-kart which will cost about 20k,we're having a hard time spending money on it(its not that,no support from family,but I alone have already have spent more than 10k on tools[not on vehicle]),I also felt the same what you felt,I guess he's a lucky bloke.
    We should be happy for him and for his bike until he isnt misusing it.
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