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In 1984 for some weird reason, the world as we know it went to shit. I’m not really certain what happened to make being a biker a “trendy” or “cool” thing to do, but as I see it, that was the beginning of the end for the lifestyle that I love. I remember when we used to all get together and ride (and breakdown) and where we stopped is where we stopped. We all threw up tents, built a fire and sat around and had a blast. Next day we would roll up camp and take off and do it again. We looked like the Beverly Hillbillies rolling down the road. Oil leaking Pans and Shovels packed to the hilt. Hell, now it’s a damn fashion show, Motel staying, cell phone having, GPS using, “My credit line is bigger than your credit line”, Fake ass people kinda show! Makes me want to puke by your trailer.

There is a reason they don’t sell bike trailers at the Harley shop, you’re supposed to ride the bikes where you’re going, not trailer them to within 50 miles of the place, take them out of the trailer and ride around town acting like you’re somebody special (your special alright, I’ll get to that in a minute). I always thought that the point in owning one, was to ride the thing (gasp, it might get dirty). I’ve seen these wannabe bikers everywhere and their reasons for trailering just keeps me amazed! They say they couldn’t have made the trip with the allotted time if they didn’t trailer (ride harder, you’ll make it, I’ve seen me do it!) I was worried about the weather (grow a pair! It won’t kill you to get wet, I know this, I’ve seen me do it). I couldn’t fit all my things on the bike (damn! How long was your trip? a. get a bigger bike or b. take less shit with you). I didn’t have enough room for all the things my wife/girlfriend/ mistress needed to bring (get a new Ol’ lady) (yep, I’ve seen me do it). It’s a “Show Bike” (Blow me!) and my favorite, I don’t want to depreciate the value of the bike by running up the mileage (Ummm…….. I got nothing for this). I was on Dickson street at BB&B

this year, when a VERY brief rain shower hit (maybe 5 minutes, nothing severe). I observed people running out of bars to put plastic trash bags over their bikes, some pulled bike covers from their saddle bags (maybe if they left that at home they would have room for the shit that wouldn’t fit, hmmmmm) and 1st place goes to the guy right in front of me who….. flung himself over his bike! So me being me, just had to ask him what the hell? Him: My bike has NEVER been wet before!! Me: Do you dry clean it? Him: No!? Me: Then it’s been wet. Him: Well that’s a different kind of wet, it doesn’t count! That’s a new kinda stupid, I’m willing to bet he’s some sort of Engineer! At Sturgis, I watched a guy pull his bike out of his trailer and spray it with WD-40, then kicked dirt from the lot all over his pretty soft tail. I thought this was strange until I ran into him later that day while he was telling his tall tale of his ride from Texas (Texas ST.?) I walked up and told him they were coming out with stick on bugs for people like him. He didn’t see the humor in it, but knew he didn’t ride it from Texas. He ended his story and stomped out all butt hurt. I have nothing but disgust for “Trailer Queens”. They are nothing more than a group of Johnny come lately’s that are having 1.midlife crisis,

2. Trying to keep up with the Jones, 3. Doing it because they think it will make them cool. Whatever the case may be, you sure messed up the world for those of us who were Harley before Harley was cool! I ride my bike because I love to ride! I ride between 45,000 and 55,000 miles a year. My bike is a lot like me. It’s not very fast, it’s not real pretty, but it gets the job done, and done right! If you look at it, you can see it has a story to tell. To me, riding my bike is truly the only way to see this great country of ours. I’ve rode in the suppressive heat of the Desert Southwest (120+ degrees) and in the dead of winter (4 degrees), I’ve rode in rain, hail, snow and fog. These are the rides that make good “do you remember when” stories. Because let’s face it, who wants to tell a story that’s starts with “remember the time we trailered our bikes and the A/C went out on the truck”? Tank P.S. Sons of Anarchy doesn’t trailer; must not be cool!


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