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My wife always telling me, "You're too old to be riding motorcycles!"I tell her, "If you want to see me get old, make me stop!"Bare
I notice a fellow wearing a Harley Davidson denim jacket.... I ask if he rides a Harley. He says no....but he would really like to, but can't afford it. I ask about the jacket, he says everyone knows Harley, and it let's him enter into discussions about motorcycles, that he probably wouldn't be able to otherwise.My bus shows up, and I bid him good bye, say good luck on getting a motor, and if you really want to have motorcycle conversations, get a jacket with a Guzzi patch....
Better advice would have been: stop drinking the H-D cool-aid and just GET A BIKE. Harley has the general public bamboozled into thinking that they are the only motorcycle worth owning, and that unless you spend a minimum of $10,000 on a used bike, or $20,000 on a new bike, it's trash. I am always surprised to meet so many people wishing and hoping and dreaming of owning a motorcycle, when they all could be riding today. The truth is there is an abundance of complete, running, perfectly good motorcycles on craigslist every day, starting at around $2,000.
"I think your bike is out of oil."No, (I say) that's a dry clutch."huh. Maybe if you add some oil that sound will go away."
I was thinking maybe Corvette boy had seen a Boss Hog in photos, and saw a front view of the Guzzi...
teach him to ride, using my H2,
More than you know. I don't mean to make fun at all, but he weighs about 350 lbs. It would have been quite cramped for him with the drag bars and all.
I think that a lot of those people that aren't riding because "they're waiting to get a Harley" don't really want to ride, they just want to talk about it, and not having $10K for a bike is their excuse ...
The funny part is that this was when I was riding my Kawasaki H2.
A brave man indeed sir! Grin
??? As a Brit, living in the UK, I find it highly amusing, and somewhat disconcerting, that so many people consider HD's to be the only bike worth owning, and that Guzzi's are a complete mystery to them. Over here, every motorcyclist knows what a Guzzi is, and is aware of all the shortcomings of your typical Harley. Two totally different cultures I guess!
Being an American, I sometimes wonder whether we have any culture left in the states anymore, espcially when you look at what we put on the "telly".
Speak for yourself, my oikophobic friend. I'll take Breaking Bad or Mad Men any day over British imports like The X Factor and Celebrity Fit Club. It ain't all Downton Abbey! ;D
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