You've got to be kidding. You want us to fax you a copy of our driver's license and include our e-mail address?
What ever possessed you to think we'd want to help you steal our identities or build a database of our real names and addresses? And, I'm not forgetting who runs this site, either.
Certified? After paying for Gold or Silver, where you may have access to that data anyway? Don't know how others feel, but I'm thinking this is way out of bounds.
Passengers should probably pay attention though....
When you have a passenger on your bike and you are making a right turn, you want them looking over your right shoulder or your left? I'm going to presume it's opposite for turning left.
In MSF, they teach look right for right and left for left. On the road, I've seen about everything.
Also, do you tell them not to get on or off without permission? And to keep their feet on the pegs at all times - they should NEVER put their feet on the ground unless they have permission to do so.
How about their responsibility to wave at other bikers, cops, ambulance drivers, and firemen?
Any other words of wisdom for passengers?
I know what I do, I'm just getting a feel for (and hopefully educating some passengers) what a lot of us have as preferences for them.
Safe journeys all, and lets keep this calm and simple if we want people to read it.
Seen and read too many times about passengers that say they know what to do, they've ridden before, and their actions don't belie that. Of course, I've seen bikers that drive home drunk with a passenger on their first date, and they drop the bike, too.
Nobody is perfect. Let's just learn a little from each other, shall we?
As everyone knows it's time to get ready for that all important cooking technique---outdoor grilling!
I have found several stores where you can get a FREE Bar-B-Q grill! This is not a joke, although there is one small drawback from actually possessing one of these BBQ?s.
You can get a free BBQ grill from any of the following stores:
I especially like the higher shelf which can be used for keeping things warm!
It is on Showtime, but you can search for them on Google video and see their series called bs. Some interesting stuff there, especially on the business of love, fitness, peta, and a few other subjects.
I loved the ones on guns, fitness fads, bottled water, and love.
Driver drags bike 4 miles
N.C. man charged with intent to kill
By Kelly Marshall Fuller
The Sun News
An N.C. man was charged with assault and battery with intent to kill after a car plowed into a motorcyclist early Sunday and dragged his bike for several miles down U.S. 17 Business.
Larry Jacobs, of Sugar Grove, N.C., was arrested in Surfside Beach after witnesses saw a car hit 27-year-old Makino Robinson from behind, then continue driving at least four miles with the motorcycle pinned beneath his car.
Robinson, whose family lives in the Browns Ferry section of Georgetown County, managed to escape serious injury, according to Myrtle Beach police. He was tossed onto the hood of a car after he was struck, then he rolled off the vehicle.
Robinson, who was on weekend leave from Fort Bragg, N.C., has deep bruises and severe road burns, said his father, David Robinson.
The family cannot understand why Jacobs would strike someone and then continue dragging the motorcycle down the busy highway.
"I didn't think that someone would go out of the way to hit someone on a motorcycle," David Robinson said.
The incident started around 7 a.m., when Makino Robinson was riding south on Kings Highway, police said.
Robinson had been in Myrtle Beach for the weekend, his father said.
He had attended the Atlantic Beach Bikefest and was returning home when he couldn't locate some friends he wanted to see.
A witness told police he saw Robinson riding in the right lane of U.S. 17 Business, near Myrtle Beach State Park.
He saw Jacobs' car change lanes and quickly "close the gap" with the motorcycle.
Robinson was struck from behind, then struggled not to be pulled beneath Jacobs' car, the witness said.
Robinson "flailed about" on the hood of Jacobs' vehicle, the witness told police.
Other witnesses heard "grinding metal," and saw sparks coming from Jacobs' speeding car.
"It was the oddest thing I've ever seen," said Laura Rush, a district circulation manager for The Sun News. "He was flying down [U.S.] 17 Business with the bike under his car."
Makino Robinson, who returned from Iraq last year, had just purchased his motorcycle, his father said.
His son's wife, who is also in the military, is stationed at Pope Air Force Base, N.C., he said.
Makino Robinson was taken to Grand Strand Regional Medical Center after the incident and was released by Sunday afternoon.