racer size

Discussion in 'Racing' started by edash, Dec 20, 2006.


  1. edash

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    random, but i was wondering if the professional racers are generally smaller guys..shorter and lighter in weight i mean..i watch some races an the bikes look large in comparison to the rider..me i am 6'3 and a solid 230 so im a pretty big rig, and my F2 sits a good distance below me..

    just curious as i dont know much about racing but i enjoy watching it so learning something new and random about it is nice..
     
  2. GixxerTek

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    Generally the riders are in great shape. But their size unlike that of horse jockeys vary alot. I am sure some people will chime in here with stats that they look up on the riders about height and weight.
     
  3. late apex

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    Dani Pedrosa, Mighty might, is around 5'2" and 115lbs.

    5'10" is a giant as is anything over 155lbs.
     
  4. ricksr6

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    There are few people racing Professionally that are over 160lbs. Most are around 150 to 160. Thus I am working on getting down to 165 for this season.
     
  5. jwfzr

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    I believe Kenny Roberts Junior is the largest guy in Moto GP. He was 175 lbs for most of the season. Rossi is like 140, Hayden is 155
     
  6. late apex

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    I'm hoping to be racing within 70 lbs of your weight.
     
  7. james1300

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    Little Racers work best.
    Less Drag, less weight.
     
  8. ricksr6

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    did you know that every 7 lbs lost is equivalent to 1 HP!! That be modivation for me!!!
     
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  9. late apex

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    Did you know that every cheesburger not eaten is a waste of a cow?
     
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  10. ricksr6

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    I agree!! To bad I have to cut back!! It is OK though my gut is starting to get a little bigcrackup: crackup: crackup:

    Sure you don't want to go to Cali???
     
  11. late apex

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    No time, no budget. Only working part time has its drawbacks.
     
  12. ricksr6

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    Yeah I suppose, but you get lots of free time!!!
     
  13. late apex

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    Spent at school and studying.

    It is actually a great life I lead right now.
     
  14. ricksr6

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    Ah the good life!! I miss it hahahaha!
     
  15. KillermondoDude

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    There was a 6'5 guy a couple years ago that had won the Isle of Man TT Open class on a heavily modified Gixxer (It was made to his frame so it was larger)
     
  16. edash

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    so i would already be starting off with a disadvantage being as heavy as i am..it would be darn near impossible for me to drop weight any below what i am unless i start loosin muscle mass as i am only 10% body fat..
     
  17. De-railer

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    I'm 6'0" 220 lbs myself......if they let me have a "Do not pass when lights are flashing" sign I'll race.
     
  18. late apex

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    I raced last year at 6' 240lbs.

    If you want to race........race.
     
  19. liv4thekill

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    +1 I've lost 20 and am losing another 20 for next season. Target is 155-160 - I'm 6' 0".
     
  20. late apex

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    skinny little bastard.

    I'm just jealous
     
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