Shooting One of Our Shooters in Supermoto at Qualcomm

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  1. Rekd

    Rekd TPF Noob!

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    Went to the Supermoto races at Qualcomm stadium today, got a few shots of one of our members here at TPF.

    Who's your friend, Jeph?
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    Good job working your way into 3rd in the main. :thumbup:

    PM me I'll send you some goodies.
     
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    Sweet shots, thanks! Hope you had a good time. PM sent!
     
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    Had a blast. Looking forward to the next trip. Think I'll take Lil Bump, he was digging those karts. Hell, anything with wheels and he's all fricken' over it.

    Gonna email you a couple of originals. I'm not going to post process them, you can if you want. Just keep the copyright in the exif intact, don't publish them commercially and I'll be happy.

    Here's one of my fav's... un-PP'd as usual.

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    Sweet! thanks. Yeah its just gonna be for face book and such.
     
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    supermoto is awesome to watch. its really a shame that sponsors pulled out of this type of racing. it combines all styles of riding and really allows a rider to demonstrate his ability.
     

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