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Old 11-17-2006, 03:11 PM   #21
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^^^totally agree with everything

I dread the day when the paternalistic laws start piling up. They always do when the idiot minority get the majority of press.

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Old 11-17-2006, 03:21 PM   #22
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harley guys never wave.... and imo alot not all harley guys dont ride all the time their bikes just sit in their garage

cause what we call harleys is the 50 year old bike,
have to be 50 to own one
my mom was involved in the HD company in el paso,she helped sherman(owner of el paso harley shop) get his shop ouut there with all the choppers my mom had,and built,along with arlen ness,she worked with him to build bikes for her,so i came from a harley family but i guess im the outlaw.and im not 50 yet so i wont get one.
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Old 11-17-2006, 03:24 PM   #23
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I'm no where near 50. The other HD riders on here aren't either.

Barnett in El Paso is a great shop. Great ppl there.
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Old 11-17-2006, 03:31 PM   #24
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I'm no where near 50. The other HD riders on here aren't either.

Barnett in El Paso is a great shop. Great ppl there.

yeah it is,sherman the owner is cool,i get free rentals everytime i go back home to visit,its a chopper but its a free rental and at least i get to ride.but i think us get more hassell from the cops due to the cops also ride HD,and know the capabilitites ofthem vs. a sport bike,and if you check stats,there are more sportbike deaths/accidents than HD bikes,and it is all concluded to speed factor(from what they say) seems like every accident involving a sport bike is caused by going to fast.so for that reason that is why we get the end of the stick,and more chicks.
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Old 11-17-2006, 03:32 PM   #25
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we have a bad reputation cause we are not scured to meet our maker lol...
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Old 11-17-2006, 03:33 PM   #26
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EP is my home town but I don't really like it there and no longer have any family to visit there, which is fine by me.

Is it still the "World's Largest" HD Dealer?
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Old 11-17-2006, 03:36 PM   #27
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yes it is,im origianlly from EP also.now im in houston though,ive been there for 28 yrs then left to houston and being at 32 now,but i visist family there when possible.where do you grow up at?school and all,i grew up in central,i went to austin high,and burgess,but i drove by loretto academy for the girls,but i also lived in NE,and by eastwood high.
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yes it is,im origianlly from EP also.now im in houston though,ive been there for 28 yrs then left to houston and being at 32 now,but i visist family there when possible.where do you grow up at?school and all,i grew up in central,i went to austin high,and burgess,but i drove by loretto academy for the girls,but i also lived in NE,and by eastwood high.
I only lived there until I was 5. My grandparents - who I visited the most - lived right down the street from MacArthur and very close to Burgess. So, when I was there (and, believe me, I was there A LOT) those were my stomping grounds. My cousins lived there for a long time and both Graduated Coronado.
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Old 11-17-2006, 03:53 PM   #29
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what years ? i have friends that lived right there by mcarthur,well at least its good to see a fellow el pasoan on here.
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You know.. I always get waved at, it doesn't matter what kind of bike I'm on or what kind of bike they are on.. I'm talking like 90%+ of the time.

You all just aren't far enough out in the woods =)
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+1^^^
I get waves out on the E.side all the time ( 90%). When I ride the North side and S.W. it seems like peoples perceptions change. Even the cops look at you different.
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I get waves out on the E.side all the time ( 90%). When I ride the North side and S.W. it seems like peoples perceptions change. Even the cops look at you different.
Yup, people on the east side are nicer =)
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Old 11-18-2006, 01:59 AM   #33
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sportbikers are on bad terms with cops for one cause they know the average rider is breaking some sort of law 90% of the time they're on thier bike and theres usually not a pig around to do anything about it. i'd say most all other sportbike haters are either jealous turds or wussies too scared to ride and take a chance on thier spouse getting to cash in on that life insurance policy.
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