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Old 11-05-2012, 01:43 PM   #41
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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 also agree with this guy, I ride a cruiser even though I'm only 26 yrs old. I have rode with sportbike crowd for at least half my time as a rider. Out of both crowds, the so called, "Old nasty fat biker chicks" ya'll are referring to are 10x more caring, smart, successful, mothering women then sportbike chicks. That's why older bikers will cut your throat if you bad mouth or disrespect their wifes or old ladies just simple for the fact that these woman have gone through thick and thin and have seen more in their lives then these 18-25 yr old girls have even dreamed of. Every woman deserves respect no matter the age or looks, if you judge woman like that then you need to really grow up and learn respect for people in general
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Old 11-05-2012, 03:48 PM   #42
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Old 11-05-2012, 07:23 PM   #43
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I like you, you stand your ground and you're behind your woman (I hope not when you ride your cruiser)
no, she rides her own Harley. Hey, I told you she's a good gal...

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Hehe, you know what's funny, since she started riding her own bike, she puts on tank tops and shows her half sleeve and back tats to the world... She gets ALL KINDS of young studs hitting on her when she's out and about. They love them some Harley-mama.

I have to show up and shoo 'em off once in a while.
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no, she rides her own Harley. Hey, I told you she's a good gal...

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Hehe, you know what's funny, since she started riding her own bike, she puts on tank tops and shows her half sleeve and back tats to the world... She gets ALL KINDS of young studs hitting on her when she's out and about. They love them some Harley-mama.

I have to show up and shoo 'em off once in a while.
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The younger hot chicks you see on Sportbikes will eventually be the older not so hot....

How many old woman you see on the back of a sportbike???
You don't see them on sportbikes because they can't climb up on the tall seat. Makes the Harley look like a recliner on wheels.


I like the high seat on my Z. Culls the herd.


And the younger chicks will be not shot some day remark....

Word. I agree. But it's like Wooderson said, "I keep getting older, they stay the same age."
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I pose a more interesting question than the OP: which group has the most riders who don't know how to actually ride?
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I pose a more interesting question than the OP: which group has the most riders who don't know how to actually ride?
I think thats equal. Sport bikes have allot of noobs but cruisers have allot of weekend warriors and seasonal riders.
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I wish my bike attracted the chicks--I just get old guys that get a flash-back to their teen years. :<
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I rode 2 Harley's today for the first time. One was a strange looking one with a belt drive and the other was a fat custom paint bagger with no windscreen.

Lol, the first one threw me for a spin when I put my feet up where they should go. And also when I had to U-turn. That rear tire is so fat.

The handlebars are too fat imo.
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I also agree with this guy, I ride a cruiser even though I'm only 26 yrs old. I have rode with sportbike crowd for at least half my time as a rider. Out of both crowds, the so called, "Old nasty fat biker chicks" ya'll are referring to are 10x more caring, smart, successful, mothering women then sportbike chicks. That's why older bikers will cut your throat if you bad mouth or disrespect their wifes or old ladies just simple for the fact that these woman have gone through thick and thin and have seen more in their lives then these 18-25 yr old girls have even dreamed of. Every woman deserves respect no matter the age or looks, if you judge woman like that then you need to really grow up and learn respect for people in general
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I rode 2 Harley's today for the first time. One was a strange looking one with a belt drive and the other was a fat custom paint bagger with no windscreen.

Lol, the first one threw me for a spin when I put my feet up where they should go. And also when I had to U-turn. That rear tire is so fat.

The handlebars are too fat imo.
A Harley with an overly fat rear tire and a belt drive is probably a Softail model. "Strange looking one" makes me think maybe a Rocker C, which has a bizarre looking solo seat setup, with the rear fender fixed to the swingarm close to the tire. But many Softails are kinda strange looking with fat rear tires, like maybe the Night Train or Blackline.

Fat bagger with no windscreen was most likely a Road King. The windscreen is detachable on that model, not a full batwing fairing but just a plexi. But it does have hard bags on it. The only other (sorta) bagger with a detachable plexi windshield is a Heritage, and it has leather bags.
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I rode 2 Harley's today for the first time. One was a strange looking one with a belt drive and the other was a fat custom paint bagger with no windscreen.

Lol, the first one threw me for a spin when I put my feet up where they should go. And also when I had to U-turn. That rear tire is so fat.

The handlebars are too fat imo.
Cant ride a cruiser. Kills my back in 5 minutes. Totally unnatural position.
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A Harley with an overly fat rear tire and a belt drive is probably a Softail model. "Strange looking one" makes me think maybe a Rocker C, which has a bizarre looking solo seat setup, with the rear fender fixed to the swingarm close to the tire. But many Softails are kinda strange looking with fat rear tires, like maybe the Night Train or Blackline.

Fat bagger with no windscreen was most likely a Road King. The windscreen is detachable on that model, not a full batwing fairing but just a plexi. But it does have hard bags on it. The only other (sorta) bagger with a detachable plexi windshield is a Heritage, and it has leather bags.
I think you're right. Just looked them up.
Yeah those softails sit pretty high up.

Suspension feels good.
When I got back on mine, it felt way stiff.

Really, I just don't like the controls.
My bike is a standard built for someone exactly my size which is pretty small. Those handlebars would fatigue me.

HDs carry an aura about them that no other bike seems to capture.
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I wish my bike attracted the chicks--I just get old guys that get a flash-back to their teen years. :<
Lmao me too.



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It's all good tho, respect and good conversation with veterano riders is fine by me.
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