The last five seconds made me laugh for about 1/2 min.
Erik Buell does have his fans, and I'm pretty sure he'll come out of the woodwork pretty soon.
This video just highlights and lampoons the obvious. Someone who buys a harley is buying a motorcycle for very different reasons than you or I, namely style and image. I know that when I'm seen by people who are harley fans, a majority of them will look at my bike and see scrap metal, and that really doesn't bother me at all. Beauty and value is in the eye of the beholder. Even if I wanted to buy a harley I couldn't, they're just too expensive for what you get in my opinion.
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Not to bolster the HD bashers, but . . . Hd's truly do suck.
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Yes, but they suck with the distinct class that only an overpriced pile if junk can give you.
Hug a two stroke....you`ll never go back to trees.
The Harley faithful will call a Fatwa on that guy.
The truth often hurts!
"hey, nobodys paying attention to us"... "brbrbrahbrbrbraaaah"
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Down with HD for destroying Buell (could've had a lot of potential).
I just spent a day on a Harley Ultra Glide in Vegas, what junk! Uncomfortable, Vibrates like no tomorrow! I own a Kawa Nomad 1600 as well as my FZ6. My Kawasaki is far more superior to the Harley I rented.
I'll stick with my honda... most non moto peeps can't tell the difference anyways!
My new riding music is RAMMSTEIN.
i don't drag knee, i drag FOOT!
But riding a Harley will make you look really Tough and a Bad Ass.
F**k STARBUCKS !!!! ..... I'm posing in front of Tim Hortons.
Life's to SHORT, don't WASTE it.
Recycle - SAVE the Planet !
My Estwing hammer is older than that, but worth every dime.
The thing most motorcyclists don't get is the bikes are perfect for what they are intended to do.
They do slower, and a more relaxed pace better than most things on 2 wheels.
Can't afford the entry fee? A common complaint. My personal Harley ownership experience started with a $17,000 (out the door, taxes, fees, everything) price tag, and ended up years, and over 100,000 miles, not kilometres later, being sold for $15,000. Well, I did spend $1,000 in that time, on an exhaust and seat and a few goodies, but not an outrageous amount of money, given what most sport bike enthusiasts spend.
Is it truly different, one rider wants pipes and a little chrome, while another wants an Akropovic exhaust and a fender eliminator kit?
Brand bashing is as foolish as degrading someone for liking a different flavor of ice cream.
Yep, I agree, there are louts on Harley's. There's no shortage of hooligans on sport bikes.
While some whine about tickets on the Sea to Sky, or the parking lot of the local Starbucks being full of posers, I'm meeting American Harley riders on the Cassiar Highway.
Going places. Riding there, not talking or typing about the local gendarme population, whom they rarely see, 'cause they're only on local roads long enough to get the hell out of the province, or state, or country.
That video is good, quite funny, but in internet years, it's way old. While it's a nice jab at the stereotype, it's just that.. Problem with stereotypes, is some people think it's the real thing.......
FAG's, Brah, brum, brum, brah