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I generally wave at anything two or three wheeled. 80%+ get a wave back. The non-wavers tend to be a small percentage of H-D riders and young crotch rocket riders. With the H-d riders it seems the more "pirate" they are the less likely to wave. I do tend to get more waves overall on the T-3 compared to the Norge. Sometimes I think the T-3 has them perplexed as to what it is and they think the Norge is a BMW.GliderJohn
And......the Metro's made it up the hill??? Those are fun! I still have my 2 stroke Elite. I'm looking to get another Ruckus. Ride a moped scooter the right and way and they're loads of fun.
Also, the guys with the ape hangers above their shoulders never wave back.
Do they dare let go to wave?Quote from: Tom H on August 20, 2017, 07:52:21 PMI was thinking the same thing!! So was I. I just laughed so hard I snorted! Thank you, I needed that.
I was thinking the same thing!!
If this is the Tom I think it is, Ruck asses are an Icon on your island. Possibly the greatest number of two wheel vehicles there. They make a lot of sense and a lot of cheap fun, as in more than 100 smiles per gallon.
Waving is an expression of joy from the waver , when the expression isn't well received and returned it just means the wavee is NOT happy and probably shouldn't be riding Dusty
Talk about indignity, being passed by a hoard of scooters.
Me; I wave. I waive without bias except to anyone on a Vincent or a Rudge...
I'm from Denmark and when I took my license back in 1986, it was written in the theory book motorcycles are supposed to greet each other with a wave. I'm not sure if you could fail the test if you didn't wave, but at least it was considered good manners. I still remember my first wave as a bike owner, I had just purchased a worn-out Honda CB350Four and was crossing a bridge in a major city when a rice-rocket pilot doing 100+km/hr waved at me... who I felt I was part of the gang now ;-)Generally, people on bikes wave unless you're on a multilane road or you're doing turns/engaged clutch in a swing lane. There's tough a tendency that harley-riders don't wave at ricerockets and vice-versa. It seems a Guzzi confuse riders though, I wave at everyone (learned from the theory book) and both Harley and rice rockets wave at me. I live in a rual area and it's seen polite to wave at especially elderly people on the roadside, people you know etc. Same goes for people in boats, you lift the hand when you pass
Right. Those you bail up and chat with for at least a couple of hours. That probably why you don't get to see many, they run out of time before they reach you.
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