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Old 07-16-2015, 05:26 PM   #1
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thursday night bike night?

I'm Not Sure If Anyone Knows Who I'm Talking About, But I Think Her Name Is Sue... The Asian Woman That Has A Ton Of Bikes... Last Night At Starbucks She Was On Her Ducati Diavel, She Told Me There Is A Bike night Down Town... 34th St. or something...Anyone Know Who And Where I'm Talkin About?
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Old 07-16-2015, 05:28 PM   #2
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Probably euro bike night at shepherd draft house or something like that , look up meets and events it's called euro bike night
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Old 07-16-2015, 05:34 PM   #3
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Actually, the owner asked us to take it off MH.
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Old 07-16-2015, 05:39 PM   #5
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Actually, the owner asked us to take it off MH.
Bucknutt it up that bad for everyone on Mh
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Oh Boy... That Doesn't Sound Good...
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Old 07-16-2015, 05:53 PM   #7
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Old 07-16-2015, 06:06 PM   #8
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Yes, Euro bike night.

BuckNut behaves when he is there.

As for other MH's, well---enough said.
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Nope, had nothing to do with bucknut. The meet started with a group outside MH, and got too big for the venue.

You're thinking of Stephanie (not Sue), if you're interested in vintage euro bikes, come hang out, but it's not geared towards GSXR's, and the like.
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If you want more info, it's a long story (and I'm on my phone), but it's no single incident.

There's a big SE meet tonight...
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Nope, had nothing to do with bucknut. The meet started with a group outside MH, and got too big for the venue.

You're thinking of Stephanie (not Sue), if you're interested in vintage euro bikes, come hang out, but it's not geared towards GSXR's, and the like.
Funny how within even the smallest groups prejudice is still evident. HD vs vs euro. Kinda sad really
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Funny how within even the smallest groups prejudice is still evident. HD vs vs euro. Kinda sad really
i know... funny thing is.. i have a 13 HD street glide, ducati multistrada and this 93 kawi 750... lets just ride...we are a minority on the street...
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i know... funny thing is.. i have a 13 HD street glide, ducati multistrada and this 93 kawi 750... lets just ride...we are a minority on the street...
I couldn't agree more. But it happens everywhere. We ride 4 wheeler and side-by-sides and it happen too. Can-am guys hate polaris guys and vice versa. I just want to have fun. I don't care what you are riding
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Where is this Starbucks weekly meet. I never go but I've heard about it a few tines.
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Old 07-17-2015, 07:28 AM   #17
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Stereotypes are based on reality. I ride/ridden with all three groups over the years, they all have own quirks and, as a norm, the stereotypes are pretty accurate. Yes, there are those who break the norm (like myself and probably many others here), but as a whole, the perceptions and reality are pretty spot on.

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I couldn't agree more. But it happens everywhere. We ride 4 wheeler and side-by-sides and it happen too. Can-am guys hate polaris guys and vice versa. I just want to have fun. I don't care what you are riding
Its funny you say this. I'm one of those who converted from a very capable rock crawling Jeep to a RZR. The Jeep guys won't talk to me anymore. We are out on trails with my Jeep friends and we stop to talk to others, they will talk to them, but not me. I can even tell them I have 3 Jeeps in my garage and they still ignore me, because I'm riding my RZR.
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Stereotypes are based on reality. I ride/ridden with all three groups over the years, they all have own quirks and, as a norm, the stereotypes are pretty accurate. Yes, there are those who break the norm (like myself and probably many others here), but as a whole, the perceptions and reality are pretty spot on.



Its funny you say this. I'm one of those who converted from a very capable rock crawling Jeep to a RZR. The Jeep guys won't talk to me anymore. We are out on trails with my Jeep friends and we stop to talk to others, they will talk to them, but not me. I can even tell them I have 3 Jeeps in my garage and they still ignore me, because I'm riding my RZR.
Yep you feel my pain. And don't get stuck in that rzr bc the cam-am guys will give you a hard time while they are helping pull you out.
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You missed my point. We aren't kicking people out, and everyone is welcome regardless of what you ride, we just aren't ADVERTISING it to the sport bike crowd anymore, as the core group who started it is into vintage British and Euro bikes. When it gets big enough that the bar owner complains and the core group stops attending, it's time to shift gears.

By all means, if you want to come out and look at some unique bikes and hang with a different crowd than you'll find on here, you're welcome to. I haven't heard any complaints from the MH crowd that has shown up in the past about feeling unwelcome... However, if you show up and harass (or generally annoy) the waitress, walk your tab, run up and down Shepherd doing wheelies in front of the bar multiple times (to the point that cops are called), or show up with 50+ MC members in colors to have an unannounced meeting, you will probably be asked to leave and aren't going to be welcomed back. Stuff happens, and we're just trying to make it a more pleasurable experience for those who attend.
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