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I have to agree with "it's not a matter of if but when you will drop your bike.' I don't agree with everyone will crash or wreck. I have an Indian Scout and I have heard all those remarks. Most of the comments are more along the lines of, "Wow! That's your bike?" or "I didn't expect a chick to be riding that bike!" or "You go girl!" etc. Some man actually told me that I would be safer if I instead drove a Prius.

My all-time favorite stupid remark ever said to me was, "That's just a coffin on wheels!"

Crystal Powser
Fresno, CA
Monday, February 12, 2018
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Oh, that's a bad one! I hope you had a handy reply to that one!
Szulewski Tricia
Yes, I have laid mine down showing off at the lock and dam by the airport in Augusta. My first bike was a Kawasaki 900 Z1. And I tipped my new 2015 Harley-Davidson Street Glide Special just making a u-turn out of my driveway. I scratched the engine bar and the bottom of my saddlebag. But nobody has to lay it down. If you're paying attention to your surroundings, you'll never have to lay it down.

Robin Cureton
Martinez, GA
Monday, February 5, 2018
I always cough and huff big at people asking if it's my husband's bike. I took him on a ride and he couldn't handle it!

Deborah
Salton Sea Beach, CA
Friday, January 19, 2018
#3 has always made me crazy. Telling someone with a new bike about a horrific crash does what? Do you tell a woman with a new baby crib death stories? No, you would know that would be a sick cruel thing. I think most women tell me these stories because there is an envy there. While admiring a co-worker for her travel to exotic places, she turns to me and says, "Yeah, but you have a motorcycle." Yes, yes I do.

Doe Sullivan
Brick, NJ
Monday, January 15, 2018
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