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|08-04-2016 04:42 PM|
Originally Posted by KD3NE View Post
For the record, he does wave at every motorized 2 and 3 wheeler if he has the chance just like his old man.
|08-03-2016 11:39 PM|
Originally Posted by papavball View Post
|08-03-2016 05:44 PM|
|Dartanuan||Maybe Kentucky & Indiana are more behind the times than I realized. About 90% or more of the bikers here either wave back or initiate it before I do. And it doesn't really make much difference with WHAT they are riding. I guess we are fortunate here!!!!|
|08-03-2016 03:59 PM|
|papavball||Will shorty no longer be waving to us here?|
|08-03-2016 01:59 PM|
Originally Posted by House O' Pain View Post
|08-03-2016 01:29 PM|
|House O' Pain||
Originally Posted by Fender60 View Post
If you re-read my post, you will realize that I gave a nod of appreciation to the satire article while giving my opinion about the subject of the satire, that is real riders making a big deal out of who they wave at, or who doesn't wave at them.
No need for the rolling eyes, you just didn't read my post well enough.
|08-03-2016 11:58 AM|
|surfshrink||I can't believe the wave is so analyzed. If you want to wave, then wave. I almost always wave. Sometimes I don't realize a cyclist waved at me until they rode past, because I probably was just enjoying the focus of my ride. I rarely pass a rider in this part of the country that doesn't wave. Guess we're just friendly.|
|08-02-2016 09:55 PM|
Originally Posted by LeftyBiker View Post
Very few share the wave any more.
I have ideas: self absorption, lack of socialization, the "me first" generation. Whatever the reason, it's kind of a sad social commentary.
I got tired of throwing the wave to be ignored. Suppose that makes me part of the problem.
|08-02-2016 09:48 PM|
Originally Posted by VTX1300cnME View Post
I've noticed in Ohio that it's becoming less prevalent unless you're in a large group. It's seems other bikers are more likely to wave at a large group than a single rider.
|08-01-2016 11:45 PM|
Originally Posted by RBS View Post
They will stop you if your scooter is not showing the sticker ..... if you have no valid license you get a double whammy .... and lose the scooter.
Wasn't always that way and the sticker thing was a way to insure the scooter owner had a valid drivers license....... no license = no sticker.
Not to say you could not have a friend get you a sticker, I am sure that happens.
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