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Posted on Thu, Sep 15, 2005 05:46


WINDSPIRIT50 write:
I let mine dry in the wind when I don't have to wear a helmet like in the morning when bikes are starting and you just got out of the shower....Who cares!
Enjoy the ride....If it means that much again, tail it and rag it!!....Mo



i'm with you Mo---i put mine in a braid wet--and rag it if need be--don't want but if need be will live with the knots from blowing in the wind--and man whyyyyyyyyyyyy don't they all get rid of the helmet laws--and you and i know NJ and NY will be the last 2 to keep them



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Posted on Thu, Sep 15, 2005 05:38


WINDSPIRIT50 write:
I let mine dry in the wind when I don't have to wear a helmet like in the morning when bikes are starting and you just got out of the shower....Who cares!
Enjoy the ride....If it means that much again, tail it and rag it!!....Mo


Did YOU have to mention "Just getting out of the shower"?........Excuse me.

  


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Posted on Thu, Sep 15, 2005 01:29

I let mine dry in the wind when I don't have to wear a helmet like in the morning when bikes are starting and you just got out of the shower....Who cares!
Enjoy the ride....If it means that much again, tail it and rag it!!....Mo

  


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Posted on Wed, Sep 14, 2005 19:45

cheers to women who care about the riding more than their hair...

sexy!



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Posted on Thu, Sep 08, 2005 13:19

I have curly hair so once I put on a do-rag, it stays on. I didn't like wearing the "guy" rags so now I have a business making them for women. Each one is unique, decorated with hand beading or whatever other ideas come to mind. They are pretty enough to leave on once the helmet comes off. Let me know what you like! look for shadysouth@ the site that starts with a Y and ends in hoo!



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Posted on Wed, Sep 07, 2005 09:40

Vixen, got your message but since I'm not a paying member I can't email you. There is a big ride in Lexington on Sunday, are you going?



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Posted on Wed, Sep 07, 2005 08:26

No helmet law in PA



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Posted on Wed, Sep 07, 2005 08:22

Gosh. I just love that pic of the ladies. Thanks Sweet for posting it. I can only hope to still be at it. With life so awful for our Southern neighbors, it's so great to get a feel good. I'm copying and framing those women, so when I get a bit down, I can smile.
Rag hair. It's no big deal. Ride and camp for a couple weeks at a time, I get thankful. Wrap it up and powder my nose, ready to go in a few minutes. Usually they be tampin their feet anyways, and I'm just as ready to run.
That is just the most wonderful picture. It gives me strength.
El Dub



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Posted on Tue, Aug 30, 2005 19:54


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Texas has a helmet law, but it's easy to be exempt - if you've taken the motorcycle safety course, or have $10,000 in medical insurance, you can get an endorsement on your license and you don't have to wear one.



Is that a HS piture from the 70's?



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Posted on Tue, Aug 30, 2005 19:51

BK did not add the pic....so my comment was nonsense....such is life.



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Posted on Tue, Aug 30, 2005 19:46


ocaptnbob_msn write:
Texas has a helmet law, but it's easy to be exempt - if you've taken the motorcycle safety course, or have $10,000 in medical insurance, you can get an endorsement on your license and you don't have to wear one.



Just what are we saying here dear? Or am I just bein a smarta$$.



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Posted on Tue, Aug 30, 2005 19:43


Sweet_Serendipity write:
Think these ladies have summed it up



Too Cool. Wear a rag. Get over it. Soon to be Grammy....El Dubya



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Posted on Sun, Aug 28, 2005 11:54

As for helmut head, who cares, as long as I had the wind in my face.


Yeah, I'm with you on that softaill. One thing I do wear though whether I wear a helmet or not is this thing I bought at laconia several years ago that looks like a giant sock. I tuck my hair up into it and put in on my head so that my hair does not get all tangled when I ride. My hairline is getting pretty thin on the top these days all by itself and does not need help from me ripping it out with a comb after riding because it's all tangled up.



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Posted on Wed, Aug 24, 2005 20:22

agree with you sweetheart!! mine's growing out from a really really short do and my man does'nt mind how it looks!!!! I just pull it back with a leather "diamond" studded headband!!! which I wear while I'm riding as there is no helmet law in Colorado!



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Posted on Wed, Aug 24, 2005 19:11

HAHAHAHAHAHA ......Love the picture Sweet...I agree just tie it up and rag it..



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Posted on Wed, Aug 24, 2005 07:40


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I am just plain PROUD & tickled to have 'helmet' hair...or 'non-helmet' hair...If I'm driving it's a helmet if I'm riding it's non...

Hey Char g.f,
well there's many options for the helmet 1.use it as a helma potty,, 2.use it as a bowl, 3.squirel guard for men 2 prtct the nts. 4 or for guys wiht shrt or no hair makes it that much shinyer,,,

  


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Posted on Mon, Aug 22, 2005 15:01

I am just plain PROUD & tickled to have 'helmet' hair...or 'non-helmet' hair...If I'm driving it's a helmet if I'm riding it's non...



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Posted on Mon, Aug 22, 2005 13:51

Think these ladies have summed it up

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Posted on Sun, Aug 21, 2005 20:33

Im kinda' thinkin' along the same lines with Brock here...

If you're so concerned with your "helmet head" do...run off behind a tree and change it to more of a "pillow head" do...

Otherwise, just tie it up, rag it, braid it, whatever it takes...

  


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Posted on Sun, Aug 21, 2005 16:31

gosh jerry.. are you constipated or something? don't like the subject why bother to comment? And.. texas doesn't have a helmet law. yehaw



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