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About flashesbuck

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    Dustin Buckingham
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    Medina
  • Bike(s)
    Suzuki GSX650F, Ninja 650R, DRZ400

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  1. flashesbuck

    MSF Range Bikes

    Ya know, I would love to set have a pair of those new Hawk 250's that are Fuel injected. Just to see if they can take the abuse. Also the Honda grom would be a great bike in my opione. No not 12 of them for one class, but a pair of them in the fleet would be a good option and fit quite a few riders.
  2. flashesbuck

    MSF Range Bikes

    I personally think going forward we will have an issue with liquid cooled bikes. The new Honda rebles are liquid cooled. How well will this hold up to teaching? I have seen the old tw200 take one hell of a hit, and they keep on ticking. Now we run the risk of cleaning up a mess of coolant on the range. I think the new van van 200 would be a great trainer bike. I have road a few already. Pickings are getting slim for trainer bikes. Most are just over powered for training, although fuel in injection is welcome.
  3. flashesbuck

    First time for everything, right?

    Where did you take the rider course at?
  4. flashesbuck

    Not another DRZ 400!

    Sold
  5. flashesbuck

    bike Not another DRZ 400!

    I kinda want this out of my garage. If it goes into storage, it may never be seen again. Street legal DRZ400E. This is a true off road DRZ with the better carb. IT IS STREET LEGAL with a street title. If you message me asking if it has a street title, I will loose my shit. Im also very firm at $2000. Ill toss it into storage for any less. Brand new Tach/speedo, I pulled the card in the spring and cleaned it, and replaced all the old and brittle vent lines. New DOT tires and tubes. It does have Warp9 rims, with bead locks, but I did not install the bead locks when I put the tires on. Take a look at the pics, lots of aftermarket bits on the bike installed by previous owner. Bike runs fine. I had plans of doing a supermoto conversion but I dont have the time, or the space for another bike.
  6. I really wanted to go, But im returning from Vegas on that Saturday. So I hope it rains. I may ride down on Sunday just to ride the loop for shits and giggles anyway.
  7. flashesbuck

    Google Fi

    I just switched over to ATT prepaid... Promo (for some time now) 300 bucks for the years. All in I think im out 325ish after tax for a whole year. Finally found someone that beat cricket on price.
  8. flashesbuck

    aim expo columbus is this weekend

    I went yesterday, if you going for demos you had to go and be on the list by 10 it seems. I was able to demo that Yamaha ryken thing. The inside show was really what I was going for, and was better this year than last I thought. I also think there were more people than last. I hope it continues to return to Ohio.
  9. flashesbuck

    Walmart open carry, Sept 3, 2019

    Ummm, I don't?
  10. flashesbuck

    Track day pass

    Sold, Another missed opportunity
  11. flashesbuck

    Track day pass

    Bump.... Someone make me an offer!
  12. flashesbuck

    ORDN stickers?

    This may be a big ask, but my mother in law is getting decent at cutting out decals on her cricket machine. Could I bum the digital off ya so I can have some cut for my bikes?
  13. flashesbuck

    MSF Instructors

    Motorcycle Ohio now uses an "In House developed" program. The state in which it was modeled after escapes me (I want say Utah, but I'm not sure, it's been several years now). The program has been heavly modified at this point, and really is unique to Ohio. The main difference this program offers, from my point of view, is we really aproch new riders with a fast pace learning. The idea here, is to get people moving, and onto a quick speed at the start to help with balance, and clutch control. You will hear a coach repeat over and over at the first 2 exercises "Good launch, Brisk acceleration". As far as becoming a coach and my recommendation, if you really REALLY, like motorcycles and think this is for you, go buy a bike and ride it. Don't be a coach. I hardly get time to ride any more, as most of my time is teaching, or I'm with my family. We don't really ride (us coaches) during a class anymore, our priority is teaching. Be a coach because you feel it's important to be safe, and help new riders get into the sport. Also prepare yourself to deal with someone that needs to be Coached out of motorcycles. Any questions, just ask.
  14. flashesbuck

    NEO Dinner Monday April 22 @ 6:30PM @ Rick Roush

    I'll try to make it
  15. flashesbuck

    Track day pass

    Opps' Mid Ohio. Performance Track Riding - Full Day
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