Log Item: The Diavel gets no criticism from the Harley Riders at dive bars. I realize that you will immediately ask what I would be doing in a biker bar, full of bearded hawg lovers and their syphilitic, tattooed women. Sometimes I ask myself the same question, but a live band was playing and I was bored and it's Labor Day Weekend. So I showed up riding the Devil. Yes, it was fun, the atmosphere was cool, the music was poorly played but that's because the band was drunk. (not like this at all) It underscored the fact that at some point in the future I will need to weaken and buy or build a Harley D to my own specs.
Then I went to a Mexican dive bar made up of primarily Mexican bikers because the food is better and I needed to have dinner. No problems there either. If I can survive the tough world of narco-Mexico, I can deal with the SoCal Mexicans. Everyone was in a good mood until an inner city person showed up and the brown left the black a little blue. I stayed out of it. I did look in on the soul brother before I left (in an ally behind the bar) and he was breathing.
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My point is that nobody really has much to say negative about the Diavel or a person riding the Diavel. They accept that if you have the bike, you plan to keep the bike and wouldn't take kindly to anyone touching the bike -- but most bike bars, Mexican or traditional (segregated not by law but by practice) don't have people out messing with your bike. It's how bikers get killed and an armed society is usually polite. Unless you're a boogie without the sense to know when you're in the wrong neighborhood.
I certainly wouldn't question you being in a biker bar - it sounds like fun. The day sounds cracking.ReplyDelete
So, If I go and sit on a bike that I like outside (like I did in Denver) I'm likely to be taken down a back alley and beaten to a pulp. I'll try and remember that.
In the bike culture, men cut women a lot more slack than they cut themselves. At the same time, it's considered good manners to ask permission before you sit on somebody else's motorcycle. Knowing you, you'd get away with more or less anything.Delete
I'm not so sure about good manners when it comes to somebody else sitting on my bike. I didn't like ANYBODY, no matter who, sitting on my bike. And I didn't care how big her tits were, no sitting on my bike, unless I am on it, too.ReplyDelete
But hey, that's just me.
Juliette did it in Denver and had somebody take a photo of her doing it.Delete
Not a practice I would recommend.
I guess a Honda rider would survive a bar trip... except in San Francisco. And I think I had rather ride nude than put on that dude's clothes.ReplyDelete
Whoa, I have known the rules about setting on someones bike, or even touching it for that matter, for a long time. But then my son has two road kings and is big on bike etiquette, and manners in general.ReplyDelete
Not into bar hopping, too many opportunities to get in trouble.
The point of bar hopping in low class biker bars and Mexican bike bars is to get into trouble.Delete
LOL, trouble is perfectly capable of finding me, without my going looking for it...ReplyDelete