Scared off posers !!!LOL
While back took little road trip back to my home town and it was last minute decision and took off after work on a Friday at 4:00pm and knew It would be 1 or 2am when I would get there and about ten I pulled into this gas station and there were dozen or more custom choppers and they were nice lookin bikes, I could use the standard poser description but nowdays who friggin knows??? I'll just say the guys looked like they were right outta high school?
The whole time I'm fuelin up my phones ringin off the hook and I answer it and for some reason some stupid azz drama with youngest son and his in-laws is blowin up?, just stupid chit that didn't amount to anything but the whole idea of botherin me with it for some reason got me madder than h3ll so I was going off talking loudly into my phone to a couple family members and sons in-laws and I get off the phone and all these guys on the custom bikes are staring at me and I realize my big mouth was receiving my foot and walk off toward side of the parking lot...when I did that everyone there seemed to get in a hurry and split. the end...LOL Not that I'm scary,just pizzed
I might not have scared off poser, more likely they had things to do and just wanted to get away from some effer screamin into his phone LOL
Originally Posted by Ironman
Told wife "those are bikes that have never left town"
Guy I know who got into biker things 7-8 years ago bought a harley three summers back, He started asking about oil change intervals and I told him what I do and he said the guy he bought his from kept records and that the previous owner did motor every 2500 miles and primary and trans every 5000 miles and the previous owner had serviced the bike right before he bought it. I said and you have not changed oil since and he said "Nope have 2000 miles to go?
So I'm guessing not only has this bike not left town but hasn't left the neighborhood??
Originally Posted by Doc M
I dunno, I'm wondering if the posers are taking over anymore.
Was at a fundraiser yesterday and a club showed up with mostly crotch rockets. Of course they were more than welcome, it was a fund raiser, and they were all pretty decent guys, but I couldn't help but laugh at the Tupperware Brigade.
I dunno, maybe I'm getting soft in my old age, as long as your riding and having fun I'm ok with it no matter what your ride, but I draw the line with shorts and flip flops. Short of that, I get along with everyone.
Same thoughts here!
Most of the times, places I go still see mostly Harleys but depending what going on? might see other kinds of riders. Rolled into a town few years back and it was 100 degrees out and BMW motorcycles were everywhere, didn't know it but I rolled into some kind of Sturgis for BMW's..LOL
One other time in arkansas came across hundred? guys on them things they called duel sport bikes, kinda like enduro's but kinda not.
Rode up on a group in Indiana that rode nothing but late 70's early 80's suzuki's some certain model can't remember? bout hundred of them had some kinda suzuki sturgis LOL