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Sunday, September 9, 2012

I Want A Harley

So, I've asked for advice.

Stephen

14 comments:

  1. We ALL want a Harley. Some of us have met the road on lesser bikes - me in particular.

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    1. Ah, to dream. Thanks, fair lady...now, into the wind.

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    2. No, Stephen. I meant MET THE ROAD as in like sliding into home plate on my butt.

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    3. Bet the road sure was torn to hell....thanks, my dear.

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  2. Ok, this was done by a metric rider. Couple of giggles, but a bit annoying. I agree with the ape hangers though. We say around here, as long as you ride, it's all good.

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    1. Chuckle. Perchance you have an issue with metric rider...thanks, pretty one.

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  3. That was really funny! I know the real hard-core bikers hate the weekend posers who try to be "bad ass bikers" on their Harleys. Seriously, it worries me when I see all the oldsters out there riding a bike that they are not physically able to handle. When I see them stopped at a gas station or restraunt, I really want to walk over and say "get your old ass off of that bike before you or someone else gets hurt!" But I know it's best just to keep my mouth shut or one of those oldsters might just kick my ass!

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    1. Ah, gosh, I might fall into the category of of 'oldster.' I'm a fairly fit and muscled middle-aged fella too. Hope some young whippersnapper doesn't frown at me. Thanks, my friend.

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  4. I've been to Bike Week a couple times -on my old Jap bike. Good thing I'm so cool I don't need a Harley.

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    1. See, it's possible. I haven't as yet jumped on what I really want, other than a Harley, but if the price is within my budget I could foresee myself riding a Jap crouch rocket. Then again when I mentioned I wanted a bike my wife ordered a coffin and made arraignments for my funeral. Thanks, my friend.

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  5. Phyllis (N/W Jersey)September 9, 2012 at 10:17 AM

    We were so very, very lucky. Had a couple of them through the years!
    Every year we would take a week off from work and head for the Americade or just tour. Oh, Stephen, there is nothing in the world like a Harley!!!! I'd love to be on one again. When you get yours, come up North and take me for a ride!
    I still have my leathers - can't part with 'em! And yup, they still fit!

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    1. Tell 'ya what, if possible, and I purchase a cruiser, we'll take a ride. Break out your leathers...thanks, sweet Phyllis.

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  6. I spit tea all over my monitor when they got to the sausage nipple, stretch marks, hail damage and cottage cheese thigh part.

    HAHAHA still chuckling over it...

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    1. I posted this for humor...some, unlike you, don't get it...thanks, my friend.

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