148 bikers in a movie theatre and only 2 seats left.
Awesome commercial :-D Makes me want a beer.
At the gas station this am and saw a Harley biker dude in a family looking sedan. It got me wondering if biker dudes who are always in full biker garb like a bandana, no sleeve black t-shirt, jeans, boots and unkept beard and hair ever feel out of place driving anything other than their Harley. It…
1st-Being a biker, I know they come from all walks of life, and just because someone LOOKS like a biker stereotype does not mean they ARE; the same is true of people who don’t look like bikers, doesn’t mean they are NOT. The leathers many bikers wear are for protection in case of accidents, to protect their skin. Not to inspire terror, that’s a Hollywood created myth.
2nd-The worst and funniest image I’ve ever seen is of a biker, Hell’s Angel in fact, on a moped. That is the WORST for a biker, hopefully he did that image as a joke, otherwise he’d probably lose his patch.
3rd-Bikers would nearly always prefer to be on a motorcycle than in any kind of car, it’s a way of life, and the feeling of the wind in one’s hair can’t be replaced with much else. :-D
YES!!! Bikers block Westboro Baptist Church from picketing Sandy Hook funerals!!
The media isn’t going to give them any coverage. But, if they pull up and see a line like that waiting for them, they should do something intelligent for once and turn around and go back to their spaceship.
juke243: Fashion Debate: Tattoos Individuality or Mainstream Trend? Traditionally, the world of tattoos has been the reserve of societal outcasts. Bikers, runaways, criminal gangs and sailors all adopted this ancient art form as an important facet of their cultural identity. However, the breakthrough into the mainstream has itself led to the rise of trends and themes within the world of tattoos. Many of the tattooed men and women on the streets of cities across the world use their bodies as a canvas for a particular style of body art. Despite a plethora of designs, is it really ever possible to obtain the individuality that a tattoo formerly offered when it was the reserve of societies underbelly?