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Old 11-04-2012, 10:42 PM   #21
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That explains the text at 1:00 am

I thought that was a bootie call
lol.. yea i told you. next time. =P.
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you faqs never invite me for ..

when I'm handsoming by my bike girls tend to try and holla.. but then I stall when I talk back..
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Old 11-05-2012, 08:33 AM   #25
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I have had plenty of good looking girls compliment my Sportster or small talk with me.

Guess its because it is not your typical old man harley..
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I have had plenty of good looking girls compliment my Sportster or small talk with me.

Guess its because it is not your typical old man harley..
yep, i got rid of my springer and went to the road king because i got tired of all the young tail bothering me at ice houses...
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It doesn't matter about the bike as much as it does the person.

I could drag wool with my ZX10, but most women don't like sitting up that high and leaning that far forward.

It's easier to get them on a cruiser.

Oh and flap jack tiddy comment is horseshit, my better half doesn't have flap jack tiddys, and she'll ride the harley all day.
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i've seen all kinds of women loving sport bikes and cruisers.

There doesn't seem to be a rhyme or reason. I have seen some weathered ladies comment on the harley and I kindly choose to ignore them.
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I have no problems on my own, but the bikes have never actually drawn any in.
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Personally, I think it's pretty disrespectful to talk about people's old ladies. I hear that from time to time, usually by the young sportbike crowd, about how old and fat the Harley women are. You know, I'm 50, I ride a Harley, my old lady IS older than yours, and doesn't look like yours any more (though she was a stone cold knockout when she was younger), but she's a wonderful human being and she is my wife, I love her more than life itself, she's the mother of my daughter, and WTF do YOU give a about my old lady for?

You can act like that here behind your innerweb anonymity, but try disrespecting someone's old lady like that IRL, and you're liable to leave with a few less teeth. It's a dangerous game to be all disrespectful in the biker world. And it's a prime example of why the cruiser crowd doesn't always show respect on the road to sportbikers. Want respect, better give it. That means you don't talk about women, no matter who they are, or what they look like.
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Personally, I think it's pretty disrespectful to talk about people's old ladies. I hear that from time to time, usually by the young sportbike crowd, about how old and fat the Harley women are. You know, I'm 50, I ride a Harley, my old lady IS older than yours, and doesn't look like yours any more (though she was a stone cold knockout when she was younger), but she's a wonderful human being and she is my wife, I love her more than life itself, she's the mother of my daughter, and WTF do YOU give a about my old lady for?

You can act like that here behind your innerweb anonymity, but try disrespecting someone's old lady like that IRL, and you're liable to leave with a few less teeth. It's a dangerous game to be all disrespectful in the biker world. And it's a prime example of why the cruiser crowd doesn't always show respect on the road to sportbikers. Want respect, better give it. That means you don't talk about women, no matter who they are, or what they look like.

I like you, you stand your ground and you're behind your woman (I hope not when you ride your cruiser)
Don't take this at heart, its the interwebz.. next think you know you'll be wrinkled like obed and slow talking like bevo.
I believe respect should be mutual but mostly coming from the younger crowd(which is dumber) and old pops (whom already got their the way they like it and believe should never come to change)

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Honestly it's just a converstion starter if you ask me. I've had my bike since march I haven't really seen a increase in women hitting on me. What I have noticed is that they comment on my jacket/helmet etc to get the convo started. If your attractive it's just an easy way for women to break the ice. I've hooked up with a couple chicks that started talking to me about my bike, yet after all was said and done I never even took them for a ride lmao.. Dont get me wrong I'm sure certain women really do love bikes and find it attractive.
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Personally, I think it's pretty disrespectful to talk about people's old ladies. I hear that from time to time, usually by the young sportbike crowd, about how old and fat the Harley women are. You know, I'm 50, I ride a Harley, my old lady IS older than yours, and doesn't look like yours any more (though she was a stone cold knockout when she was younger), but she's a wonderful human being and she is my wife, I love her more than life itself, she's the mother of my daughter, and WTF do YOU give a about my old lady for?

You can act like that here behind your innerweb anonymity, but try disrespecting someone's old lady like that IRL, and you're liable to leave with a few less teeth. It's a dangerous game to be all disrespectful in the biker world. And it's a prime example of why the cruiser crowd doesn't always show respect on the road to sportbikers. Want respect, better give it. That means you don't talk about women, no matter who they are, or what they look like.
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I think its like comparing apples to oranges really because.....
90% of sportbike riders are younger people, so the younger women tend to be with this crowd, hints the nicer bodies and firmer and
90% of cruiser riders are older people, so the older women tend to be with this crown, hints the rougher skin and saggy /

Not really fair to compare truthfully, its a vicious cycle really
The younger hot chicks you see on Sportbikes will eventually be the older not so hot biker babes in 10-20 yrs from now.....How many old woman you see on the back of a sportbike??? Not too many same with young chicks on the back of a cruiser

But I do have to agree with the statement that the hottest girls I have seen on bikes (In real life, day to day scenarios) have been on the back of a bad- cruiser/custom chopper with a younger to middle aged guy
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