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Old 02-19-2008, 08:26 PM   #1
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Sport Riders Vs Cruisers

Difference between Cruisers and Sport Rydaz
Aight been thinking about it and I have it pretty much Dialed in. What sucks is that most of all the sport rydaz in houston. Are Fake!!!! Well To fill that comment in more detailed. I have an old Neighbor who is a BANDIDO!! Ok for those that know who im talikng about know him if not he is a older aged man that has been there and done that... Ok So. Anyways went over to his house to see how he has been since I bought my home.. He had about 8 to 10 members and there "Old Ladies" Just hanging out.. Once I got to have 20 bikes that showed up to the old house and that was in the pouring rain.. No ... I was drying there clothes and givin them mine so they had something till there Clothes where dry.. Since then My old club Died Cause the President did. BLESS JORGE ESTRADA!!! Now I became a member of a club that also fell apart. But They had no ambition.. To many cheifs and no Indians.. No one wanted to hang out come over for a barbeque, a mandatory meeting or even to play softball. Whats the deal are the Bandidos are loyal and down. Though they may do some illegal they do stick together like glue.. Why cant us Sport riders do this??? I see the videos off hundreds of bikes riding but like i said its a video.. Cruisers are like that no matter What.. So what can we do?? Dunno But I fell more like to be a proud sportbike ryda than If I was a cruiser.. No Loyalty.. Everyone comes to me to help them but when I need help. I get ohh bro just call me or not even a try to help.. But they know Im busy just come the over and help I cant call cause my hands are in my bike or in there bike. Hmm tuff one to figure out for them..
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Old 02-19-2008, 08:30 PM   #2
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dunno what youre talkin bout mang. we're all pretty loyal to one another here. we have meets every week.
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unfort. thats life and everyone is not a "you scratch my back, i Scratch yours" kinda person

but on MH I have found that anyone is willing to help you in any way
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**** bandido , i ride everyday day rain or shine, there alot of people that ride sportbikes on here as well do to, we just dont need a club or flags or a support group to do it. dude be your own person live your own way, ride to ride i dont give a about other people opinions on how i ride
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Old 02-19-2008, 08:36 PM   #5
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? I got people stopping by all the time to say hi while I work... I don't even know half of them...

As for the sportbikers vs cruisers... I ride in rain with others when cruisers are no where to be seen... Remember alot of sportbikers are very socialable and go out with others that aren't riders... we aren't all 'second-winder's' w an empty nest and nothing to do...

U choose your fights and friends; close, enclosed group or open friendships to many... Can't be everywhere, do everything...
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you must not know many sportbike riders...
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Old 02-19-2008, 08:43 PM   #9
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It is not as much "Us Vs. them" as you are making it out to be. take a look at some of the pictures posted from the meets if you have doubts.
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Maybe we should all take the plunge and get tattoos for MH membership.

there is only one way out of the MH family
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There is a way out? I thought i was stuck with you a holes for life.
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still fairly new to this site but i've been to several meet and greets and both of the galveston rides and i can say that even for a noob, everyone i've met has been nothing but friendly and helpful, another reason those guys have to stick together is the bikes they ride, i once heard that 77% of the harley's ever built are still on the road today, what happened to the other 23% you ask, well........ they made it home
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I call dibs on a butterfly one with a tribal design on my lower back...I can't wait!
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still fairly new to this site but i've been to several meet and greets and both of the galveston rides and i can say that even for a noob, everyone i've met has been nothing but friendly and helpful, another reason those guys have to stick together is the bikes they ride, i once heard that 77% of the harley's ever built are still on the road today, what happened to the other 23% you ask, well........ they made it home
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guess i gota settle for the MH tramp stamp.
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once a PW, always a PW

when u pass, we'll stop stalking you outside your window...lol...
Haha shes a attention also. she enjoys the stalking.
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Ok obviously some of yall really dont understand except for "Whorenet". Ive been riding the streets of Houston for over 10 years. I do know a whole bunch of Sport riders. Ive been to the majority of rides and gatherings. And I think that most of the replies are the ones that I mainly am talking about.. So if there is loyalty then why did the other rider site of houston ( not stating the Name) become? it became because they did like most of the other people and the talking that is on here and some of the replies to my post is proof. And like the videos the web is different. You can talk the talk but half of yall cant walk the walk. Oh going to ASI or To starbucks thats so fun and different.. Yeah right same thing back in the 90s accept there was James Conney Island and twice the amount of riders that gathered.
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I think AGE plays a major factor in what you see. People with cruisers typically are older. People with crotch rockets tend to be younger.

Now that we have it narrowed down by age, what are some major differences between the ages. Younger people tend to work more and play more. They're trying to find themselves. Older people tend to work less. In regards to playing, I wouldn't go as far as say that they play less. But I would say MORE of what they truly love. Be it traveling, woodworking, motorcycle riding, etc.
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