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Old 07-25-2006, 07:15 AM   #21
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it will be out of business in a year. guy obviously didnt have a good business and marketing plan if hes aiming for rich bikers. they dont have disposable income like you would think to support a bar like that. n00bs...
exactly, high end choppers are a trend for older white people to sink their retirement money into a bike so they can look like the guys on tv. I see em everywhere and Arturo is right, its a one time money pop, they wisen up a few months later when it gets 50 degrees and its to cold for them to ride their high dollar , it will sit for a few months and then get sold for a loss. The club wont make it, in fact, part of the "wanna be" persona is to go to the lower level bars and hang with that "ruffian" crowd of real bikers in all the newly bought leather so they can look like fake banditos and such.



edit for the "Oh Snap!" its an old thread and the joint is gone! hahahahhaa, I was like the amazin' kreskin with that one:laughing6
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Old 07-25-2006, 07:18 AM   #22
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Old 07-25-2006, 08:25 AM   #23
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i can see it now bunch of guys that went out bought a 60 000$ bike threw on some shorts and sandles with no lid we will see some really nice bikes go down
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