Having a passenger on the back makes the bike top-heavy, and not as nimble.Not only that, but chicks tend to complain when you ride a motorcycle too fast.If the bartender doesn’t look concerned over a group of bikers’ impending arrival (and this will almost always be the case), you shouldn’t either.If the bartender looks nervous, consider paying your tab and leaving.So stop wasting your time searching - meet your biker match today and you'll be on the road in no time! Just ask Mike and Barbie, who met on Biker Planet and were married in February, 2016 in Las Vegas!One question: where do you keep your shoe care kit? ' the shop assistant enquired.'I have one thank you'....'although I must confess it's a while since I used it' (Reminder to self: shake off this interminable affliction of needing to tell everyone I meet how hopeless I am)'Have you thought about keeping your protector in the bottom of your wardrobe, next to your shoes and boots?
Have a friend out east who suddenly became interested in them because of a guy she is "dating"..out of character and it seems like she is just trying too hard with him....might be wrong though. Im here for that reason and bikers are just like everday people.
But the bigger reason is that when guys go out riding, it's a male-bonding thing.
Guys riding bikes together is like a pack, a sense of brotherhood, all for one, one for all kind of thing.
If the bartender locks the doors, they know something bad is about to happen, and you should consider cowering behind the bar.
The patches on a biker’s jacket tell a story -- among other things, what club the wearer’s part of, whether it’s a Motorcycle Club or Riding Club, what city he’s from, what territory his club claims (MCs only; RCs don’t claim territory), and whether he’s a prospect or a member.
When you hear the unmistakable roar of a pack of Harleys pulling into the parking lot of a bar you had no idea was a biker hangout, one thing goes through your mind. Instead of panicking, follow these rules and emerge from the experience a better man for having learned the humanity behind a group of people you only thought you knew. If the bartender can’t stand you, they’ll sense that too.