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Old 08-10-2008, 08:54 PM   #21
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One of the quickest ways to start a fight in a biker forum is to post the question, "What is a real biker?"

What I think (as a baby-boomer) defines the issue is not what a modern contemporary rider might think.

There are full members in my club that were not yet born when I went inactive.

To add a meat rub into the flank steak, my club just celebrated it's 40th Anniversary. Oy, I joined the second year of its forming. That sounds old, even to me.

I have pictures, but no scanner. Besides, why should you guys get to laugh for free?
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Old 08-10-2008, 08:58 PM   #22
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One of the quickest ways to start a fight in a biker forum is to post the question, "What is a real biker?"
Well, good thing you're in a cooking forum - no fights allowed!
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Old 08-10-2008, 09:07 PM   #23
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Ahhh, I think in PA if you lose your license, you can't drive/ride any motorized vehicle around. People have been pulled over riding bicycles in PA

OK......

You knooooow you live in a redneck state.......
When you can lose your driver's license for a DUI, and still hop on your likker sickle, and weave to the liquor store for a bottle of Old Crow.....
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Old 08-10-2008, 09:35 PM   #24
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Ahhh, I think in PA if you lose your license, you can't drive/ride any motorized vehicle around. People have been pulled over riding bicycles in PA

OK......

You knooooow you live in a redneck state.......
When you can lose your driver's license for a DUI, and still hop on your likker sickle, and weave to the liquor store for a bottle of Old Crow.....
..........that's ALMOST crostitch-able
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Old 08-10-2008, 09:42 PM   #25
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Yay! A wall hanger
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Hey I've been lookin' for a new project to cross-stitch..

Thanks you 2!!!

I'll bring it to my neighbor who I am pretty darn sure I saw riding her LAWNMOWER to the bar 3 miles up the road.....
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Hey I've been lookin' for a new project to cross-stitch..

Thanks you 2!!!

I'll bring it to my neighbor who I am pretty darn sure I saw riding her LAWNMOWER to the bar 3 miles up the road.....
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Old 08-11-2008, 11:46 AM   #28
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Formerly a motorcyle rider, sold my Honda 450 in '89 before moving to Pa. I still have my license for it tho , if I ever get a new or used bike. Don't flame me but I would love to have a trike .
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Old 08-11-2008, 11:52 AM   #29
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I would love to have a trike
I'm only 58 and my bike presents no problems. Whilemy wife and I rode together quite a bit when we were younger, she has some trepidation now.

I can see having a Betty or another Harley built into one of those fancy-schmancy trikes when we are in our middle 60's. There's more luggage space and obviously the gas prices will be cheaper than for an RV.
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I'm only 58 and my bike presents no problems. Whilemy wife and I rode together quite a bit when we were younger, she has some trepidation now.

I can see having a Betty or another Harley built into one of those fancy-schmancy trikes when we are in our middle 60's. There's more luggage space and obviously the gas prices will be cheaper than for an RV.
I will be 62 next month I'm not looking for a fancy trike, just something that runs
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