winston wrote:I figure it's a big tent with room for all.
CYBORG wrote:i have to agree. doesn't matter what you ride, or how far you ride.....only that you ride. a lot of young kids on scooters around my town these days. some decked out in bags and stereos. and some of them seem surprised when i wave at them. we are all brothers in the wind
My favorites are the guys riding their tractor/mowers out on the country roads. They've come to anticipate our waves and generally they wave back.MSGT-R wrote:Yeah, they do look a little surprised when you wave to them.
I'd bet he has nothing on you, Mike. You're really a very talented writer.mikenixon wrote:Interesting, I see that Fred Rau of Motorcycle Consumer News has written an editorial of the same name or almost the same as this post, but about a slightly different subject, more or less about trailer queens.
Being an urban Los Angeles kid
I can appreciate that. I learned to ride in Van Nuys.sunnbobb wrote:You would appreciate my restored lisc plate frame.
JBz wrote:JBz wrote:I grew up on the other side of the tracks from Watts.
I worked in Compton........... NO Jb
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