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I am in the "wave at everyone" camp , but us Okies are weird like that .
Same here, but around here strangers say hello to each other in store parking lots too. When I'm on my bicycle, I wave at motorcyclists and they usually wave back. When I'm on a motorcycle, I wave at bicyclists and they usually wave back. Generally, everyone waves at everyone around here, regardless of brand or type of 2-wheeled vehicle.
Yeah , same here . Then again , the "wag your tail and smile" method works everywhere , if nothing else it confuses folks Dusty
My friend, Joe, (ya, I only got one friend )(😊) hikes SoMo every weekend.When I was dating my wy late wife,, we rode my Guzzi up there. Nice views of the Valley of the Sun!!Oh, and, I'd wave at a gorilla on a unicycle. Makes no difference to me!Tom
And......the Metro's made it up the hill???
When we had arrived at S. Mountain's highest lookout point, a grizzled biker dude came over to talk scooters with us. He said "those little things are fun as $#!+", and when he was in the service, he belonged to a group of hoodlums that rode them everywhere. You meet the nicest people on a ___________!
I've switched to a no waiting way early flash of a wave way before we meet. Makes them miserable for longer for not waving....its up to them, but my 70s intro to biking was we owned the waves, anyone on two wheels because we were as rare as hens teeth,...imghost
JP , those Harley riders we "let" pass us waved , they did give your T3 a good looking over Dusty
Also, the guys with the ape hangers above their shoulders never wave back.
From JACoH:Do they dare let go to wave?GliderJohn
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