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Posted on Tue, Oct 18, 2005 12:48

Does that line really work for you?

  


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Posted on Mon, Oct 10, 2005 13:43

I appreciate your responces. It is good to hear from good honust people. Ride on for the love of the ride...



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Posted on Mon, Oct 10, 2005 12:43


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LadyTxnRider write:
Riding my own became a necessity since I love to ride and had no one to ride with. Now I don't think I would have it any other way. I do enjoy being the passanger behind a good man though. Nothing like wrapping my arms around him, giving him a squeeze with my knees and enjoying the ride. Thanks for the salute.



Yep was a necessity for me too after my ole man passed.
Yea, you'd still enjoy two up...and yer right..nothing like it. I like when he puts his hand on my knee...*giggle*



Yes, that is a good feeling. A silent communications between the two.



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Posted on Mon, Oct 10, 2005 11:41

I respect your love and honoring for your mother. I did not let that hold me back. I rode from the time I was 14 w/my boyfriends. Guess nowadays I'd be called an unruly child.
As an adult I also as a Registered Nurse. I worked Surgical ICU, the surgery and at times, home health as well. I never let the fear hold me back. I often worked a shift and get a MCA (motorcycle accident) admission and then go out and climb on the Glide w/me ole man.
Also at 53 I decide to drive my own. My mother was apalled. BUT, I did it anyway. I would not be experiencing the intense joy and freedom had I let her fears hold me back.
So I guess you had more respect for your mother than I did for mine. Also as a mother, I would never hold my children back from their desires. I love them enough to lay my own fears for them aside. Afterall, it is their life, not mine.
Just my humble opinion and meant with no disrespect at all.
Keep it up and in the wind...Cweet Char



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Posted on Mon, Oct 10, 2005 10:22

I do have to admitt I have never felt what it is like to have that special someone on the back as I myself am new to the front. I had the love for bike sence I was little but due to a mother who worked anywhere from the Er to nurcing homes it took a few years before I could get her to relax and becomfortable with me riding. Now that I am into the service, repair and building of them things changed. She is a great woman that is why as an operater of a bike I am new but my love for the ride is not. Just though you ladies should know that just because you can enjoy being a passanger with a good man, that you also look good in control of your one bike and don't let any man tell you different. Woman look owsooooooom in charge of a good machine. I say this will all honusty and love in my heart. So ladies with the rubber side down enjoy life on the road. Love Dopybear



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Posted on Mon, Oct 10, 2005 06:30

AND Dopybear...I totally agree. All my life I have appreciated a well made steel horse....each one is a work of art.
Ride on bro...



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Posted on Mon, Oct 10, 2005 06:29


seeme1st write:
T/Y

and Char i'm with you--i still love being on the back--taking my time getting to know JR before i really hit the roads--but still hitting them by me and i love being out there on the windy rds following the Delware!!!!!



OH Seeme bet those windy roads along the Delaware are awesome. I've ridden a lot along the Maumee in NW Ohio, nice.
BTW, JR is real handsome honey.



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Posted on Mon, Oct 10, 2005 06:27


LadyTxnRider write:
Riding my own became a necessity since I love to ride and had no one to ride with. Now I don't think I would have it any other way. I do enjoy being the passanger behind a good man though. Nothing like wrapping my arms around him, giving him a squeeze with my knees and enjoying the ride. Thanks for the salute.



Yep was a necessity for me too after my ole man passed.
Yea, you'd still enjoy two up...and yer right..nothing like it. I like when he puts his hand on my knee...*giggle*



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Posted on Mon, Oct 10, 2005 06:05

Riding my own became a necessity since I love to ride and had no one to ride with. Now I don't think I would have it any other way. I do enjoy being the passanger behind a good man though. Nothing like wrapping my arms around him, giving him a squeeze with my knees and enjoying the ride. Thanks for the salute.



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Posted on Mon, Oct 10, 2005 05:01

T/Y

and Char i'm with you--i still love being on the back--taking my time getting to know JR before i really hit the roads--but still hitting them by me and i love being out there on the windy rds following the Delware!!!!!

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Posted on Mon, Oct 10, 2005 04:53

WOW....AMEN SIR!!!
As a lady who rode 2up for 34 years and got my mc endorsement in May, bought my motorcycle and rode my own this season I appreciate those words.
I still enjoy being a passenger when called for. Riding w/my man btwn my knees is still a pleasure.
But being in front is the bomb. More and more I see my gal pals getting their endorsements, makes my heart smile.
Once again....thanks.

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