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Discussion in 'Moto Club' started by fnfalman, Feb 26, 2007.
Who's the #ussy on the left?
J/K, Falman. I wish I could've been there.
Well, HollowHead, next time we'll all dress in black to pretend to look like Steve McQueen and Marlon Brando just for ya!
Looks like a good time. Weather here is _almost_ warm enough to get the bike out again, I'm looking forward to it.
It was meant with love, FN! Looks like a great day...we've still got snow on the ground up here in Montana. HH
I didn't take offense. You made a funny and I made a funny. The weather in SoCal is perfect for wearing leathers right now. Cool and just right. In another month the desert will start to heat up and things will get nice and sweaty again.
Yep! Most excellent. And I have no problem with plagiarism. I'll be stealing that to use somewhere soon!
Let it be known that I had my all-black James Dean days too.
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FN: nuttin really wrong with all black. Besides, track suits make my huge ass look huge. Via con Dios, HT. HH
If you're fat and balding like me, wearing black leathers will make me resemble a member of the Village People than looking cool like Marlon Brando.
At least the bright colors hide the fatness.
The trouble is is that I can't figure out if I'm fat and balding or bald and fattening. HH
Harley riders are so much more cooler than crotch rocket riders.
Ahh, but the ultimate in coolness is to never, every have your bike's manufacturer's name appear on ANYTHING you wear or own. L.O.L. HH
If that's the case then how can the Harley people know that they're cool without HD-embossed clothings?
I know what you mean! BUT I dont get it? Why has that become a big deal to not have Honda or Yamaha etc on a bike? Is it Harley envy? Note there is no sarcasm it is a serious question.
He's not talking about stripping the brands off the bikes. He's talking about all the people who are walking billboards for their brands. Most notorious are the Harley, BMW, Ducati owners with Triumph and the metric crotch rocket riders catching up fast.
I guess many people feel that it's important to have others know what brand of motorcycles they ride by looking at their riding gears. Whatever, I don't really care. It's not my money or my riding gears. I have BMW gears too but I made sure to choose the models that don't have the big-ass Roundel for all to see or the big-ass "BMW" flashing in reflective cloth to alert all those around me that I am riding a BMW. If people were to want to know what I ride, all they have to do is to take a look at my bikes.