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Old 06-04-2015, 07:16 AM
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Default Motorcyclists, are you part of a gang? The FBI might think so.

http://rickwells.us/own-a-motorcycle...ot-watch-list/

Per this story the FBI links all motorcycle licensed riders wit gangs.
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Old 06-04-2015, 07:29 AM
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From the article:

Is it also more likely that motorcycle owners are patriotic Americans who don’t approve of their country being taken over by latte-sipping, bark eating, Prius-owning control-freak liberals?

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I'm a little hesitant given the source but if the quotes are correct.....And I agree with the being patriotic part.
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Uh oh they are coming for me I guess.
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Since the advent of the FX TV Network Show Sons Of Anacrchy I see scores of people trying to ride new Harley Davidson Motorcycles (poorly)and dressing up in pretend biker badass costumes, I believe many would take this as a huge compliment......

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Originally Posted by Mpellet View Post
Since the advent of the FX TV Network Show Sons Of Anacrchy I see scores of people trying to ride new Harley Davidson Motorcycles (poorly)and dressing up in pretend biker badess costumes, I believe many would take this as a huge compliment......
I wouldn't, seeing as the true biker bad asses are the 1%er's, which I wouldn't want to associate with.
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story is fake
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Nice bike. The 750 is very cool.
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story is fake
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There is a BMW motorcycle dealer down the street from my office. I think most of their customers claim to be 1%.
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Originally Posted by Hagar TH View Post
Uh oh they are coming for me I guess.
1978 Oil in Frame T140V with later side covers and Dunstall pea shooters.
My 73 T140V oil in frame bike would run circles around my 67 Bonneville, 65 Bonneville and my 63 TR6SS. Now my 74 Norton 850 Interstate Commando , that was another story.
Ill take an Oil in frame Trumpet any day!
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Originally Posted by BoemarineBrian View Post
1978 Oil in Frame T140V with later side covers and Dunstall pea shooters.
My 73 T140V oil in frame bike would run circles around my 67 Bonneville, 65 Bonneville and my 63 TR6SS. Now my 74 Norton 850 Interstate Commando , that was another story.
Ill take an Oil in frame Trumpet any day!
Lots of changes in the last of the real Triumphs. Oil in the frame, disc brakes, alternators, and better carbs. Shift on the left, 5 speed. Still too little too late.
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Yes I am...
This same gang from the article!


"The targeting of patriots by our fascist government is a very real problem, it exists today. Not only are our names and records tainted by this practice and our privacy violated, but our current addresses as well as photographs are available to any rogue government agencies who decided it was time to go out and “roundup those unruly patriot types.”
I guess they are bringing the draft back...

Aside from my three Harleys, I have this for when I feel the need for speed.
Pretty dam fast!
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Originally Posted by Afishinado View Post
Yes I am...
This same gang from the article!




I guess they are bringing the draft back...

Aside from my three Harleys, I have this for when I feel the need for speed.
Pretty dam fast!
That has got to be the sweetest bike I ever seen
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Lone Wolf, here
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Considering I own
1976 Triumph T140
1972 Norton Combat Commando
1972 Honda CB350F
Hodaka Ace90
1972 Yamaha CS3
1964 Sears blue badge Sabre
Sears blue badge Vespa small frame 90
Gilera 106 Sears blue badge
Yet another Sears Allstate blue badge Puch 50
2003 Kawasaki KX60
Ducati 350 Scrambler
1997 Ducati 900SS
2001 Ducati Monster 600
2001 Ducati Monster 750
2006 Ducati Sport Classic 1000 Paul Smart LE
2008 Ducati Monster S4RS Tricolore

I'm kind of like my own motorcycle gang.
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Originally Posted by caferacermike View Post
Considering I own
1976 Triumph T140
1972 Norton Combat Commando
1972 Honda CB350F
Hodaka Ace90
1972 Yamaha CS3
1964 Sears blue badge Sabre
Sears blue badge Vespa small frame 90
Gilera 106 Sears blue badge
Yet another Sears Allstate blue badge Puch 50
2003 Kawasaki KX60
Ducati 350 Scrambler
1997 Ducati 900SS
2001 Ducati Monster 600
2001 Ducati Monster 750
2006 Ducati Sport Classic 1000 Paul Smart LE
2008 Ducati Monster S4RS Tricolore

I'm kind of like my own motorcycle gang.
What do you call yourself!? The menagerie?
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You have a Hodaka? They are bringing big bucks at auction.
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Yep I have a first edition PABATCO ACE90. Not a B, not a 100. The nacelle headlight, low forks with the huge fender brace that lumberjacks would use to haul their chainsaws up and down the trails. Mine was altered a bit into a road racing bike with under frame expansion pipe. I roll it out about once a year, fill it with fuel and spend a day riding it around.
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When I was stationed at Edwards Cal. I had a Combat Wombat. They were real giant killers and sounded like a nest of mad hornets.
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