MotoGP » Edwards, Spies and the Team Texas 'man-cation'!

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Hugh Janus - Unregistered

April 01, 2010 7:36 PM

I came on here today just to see whats going on as we knock off another day till the season starts and spotted this. I thought it was a good effort and a good distraction for the guys during the pre-season. CE is obviously a man happy in life and Ben is on his great mission in life. I wish them both and the team the very best for the season ahead. Good PR as well from Tech3 - thanks guys! :) :) :)


April 01, 2010 3:19 AM

6 agree. 1 disagrees. Stacking shelves in supermarkets is a noble profession....
those 6 that agree with you are they your brother darryl and your other brother darryl and etc times 6?


March 31, 2010 7:02 PM

You gotta give Yamaha props. The guys responsible for these clips are doing a great job of giving the Yamaha fans something to laugh at.

Not flaming but it was "Bluebonnet Ben" that is the state flower in Texas.

As far as location it could easily be in Texas. Big Ben National Park. Bunch of mountains in Texas 8000' plus.

Great job by Yamaha's PR department in my opinion.

Be great to see Lorenzo and Rossi do a video together.

FarKana1 - Unregistered

March 28, 2010 3:33 AM

Stacking shelves in supermarkets is a noble profession. Where would you be when you need your hemorrhoid cream or your bunion pads hoppy? BTW I'm incredibly happy hoppy you herpe ridden hippy......
BTW - what is a twasteriskt? :?

FarKana1 - Unregistered

March 27, 2010 7:08 AM

What a pile o' poo! When they give up their pipe dream for a MotoGP career they can start making those cheesy infomercials. Ha, cheesy! Big Cheese Spies - perfect!


March 27, 2010 3:31 AM

Thanks to those guys who work so hard at what they do and still have time to give something back to the fans. To be honest, I don't mind watching these type of comedy videos to lighten me up a little. Keep up the good work Team Texas and good luck!

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