A motorcycle man is often considered to be outlaw biker. Why this is, remains to be one of the great mysteries of life I guess. When you consider that out law bikers make up only one percent of the total motorcycle men the ride. This is self evident by the exclusive patch that outlaw bikers wear. It is called the 1% patch and is worn only by the few that choose to live a life style contrary to what some would call the norm.

This is why I feel there is some how a great mystery afoot. If only one percent of the men that ride are outlaw in nature, then that leaves ninety nine percent of the men that ride on the side of the law, or we would presume they are any way. Read more

Motorcycle Men

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Through out history motorcycle men have been stereotyped as being out-laws. It seems that that no matter where you go, if you are wearing a leather jacket and a do-rag on you head people will scurry across to the other side of the street to avoid you. Although over the years motorcycle manufactures and well as the men that ride motorcycles have tried to change this image.

Ever since Dennis Hopper and Peter Fonda hopped on those gleaming Choppers and rumbled down the road into infamous glory, I have always wanted to ride a motorcycle. You know, bugs in my teeth, get the feel of the wind in my face and feel all of that raw power under me as people stared when I rolled by.

I was twelve when the movie Easy Rider came out and I will never forget the image of what Hollywood told us a Motorcycle Man should be. Wyatt, played by Peter Fonda and Billy, played by Denis Hopper were two young bikers that sell some drugs; stash the money inside the gas tanks of their choppers and head out onto the open road. Read more