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A recent topic I have been pondering ever since I achieved my motorcycle license (not long ago) is the separation of the different types of biker groups according to Bike types.

Ok so I got my Bike license about a month ago and my brother is letting me ride his Suzuki Boulevard once and awhile.



Here is what I've noticed...

Street bikers usually ride in packs and never give the "bike wave" (hand off the clutch side usually in a downward motion) at anyone except other street bikers. Cruiser Bikers will usually give me the wave. And Crossover/hybrid bikes are hit and miss.

Alright just to make this clear I'm not trying to say "ohh c'mon guyyzz why can't we all just get along and be friends??" I'm simply asking the question do any of you belong to one of these groups/style of bikers and if so what inspired it?

In short: I haven't decided what type of bike I want to buy yet and want to hear some of your opinions .
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If this does not involve you somehow flying with your hair, I will be horribly disappointed.


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#4


I belong to the real bike gang, you darn hooligans.
Add me or I will eat your kitty!



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touche sir.
#5
get a harley, have a make over to make you look like zakk wylde, and act like a tool.
not saying zakk wylde is a tool.
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is this suppose to be a serious topic?


well it was an honest question/topic but I do realize this is the pit so...yea I set my expectations pretty low
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These nouns are often used with a form of "to be" rather than "to have," e.g., "he is pwnage" rather than "he has pwnage". Either is a more emphatic way of expressing the simpler "he pwns,"