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What is YOUR definition of - "old skool"
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Posted on Mon, Jan 31, 2005 12:58

Hey there Char,,,"old-school" how about if it don't perform usefullness,or function of the bike,it don't need to be on there.Wait,I can't talk about most of my passengers like that(just kiddin'),,then how about CHROME WON"T GET YOU HOME !!!



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Posted on Sun, Jan 30, 2005 22:49

Thanks Breeze... I'm talking w/a fellow who is rebuilding a panhead. So yep, they are still out there.

What I am looking for is what 'old skool' refers to when bikers are using it. ie, 'I'm old school'...it is an attitude, a manner of behavior, mean they wear colors (rags)...I'm cornfuzed here..

Come on people...tell me when someone who bikes refers to 'old school' what do you think of.



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Posted on Sun, Jan 30, 2005 20:33

"old-school" NOW that some of us have a few extra miles on us,I think it refers back to the way we remember how things were when growing up,be it hot-rod cars or bikes.In my neighbor hood in the
60s the bikes looked better than most of these high dollar choppers trying to look "old-school"



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Posted on Sat, Jan 29, 2005 20:55

Old school? Humm, how about values, morals, integrity, respect. How do we treat our partner, when no one is around? As for old school and bikes, how about the old "kick start!" Any shovelheads or panheads still out there?