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I managed to sneak out for a quick ride today during a lapse in the "Honey-Do" weekend I've been having. I needed gas afterwards and pulled into my local pit stop to fill the Cherry Bomb up. As i walked out after paying, three African-American riders on sportbikes pull in and dismount. Do we just nod and go our separate ways? Hell no! We spend the next ten minutes jawing about riding, exchanging anecdotes and the usual BS. Never met them before, and dunno if I will again, but that reminded me of two things....

(1) All Riders are Brothers/Sisters
(2) Honda hit a home run with the slogan "You Meet The Nicest People On A Honda!"

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Since I just rode to Frederick and back to Baltimore tonight, I thought I'd chime in and say, yep, I know what ya mean. There was alot of us brothers & sisters out on the road today. It was a very noce day for riding.

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Honestly, I think thats a big part of why I wanted to ride. I have always thought, some of the nicest people I have met, ride.

Now that I ride, it is still part of it, but the ride itself is a bigger part of it.
 

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Dr Bob's Patient said:
Since I just rode to Frederick and back to Baltimore tonight, I thought I'd chime in and say, yep, I know what ya mean. There was alot of us brothers & sisters out on the road today. It was a very nice day for riding.
I'm in Gaithersburg, Maryland this weekend. I'm 1800 miles from my Wing. So no riding for me this weekend. But there was a lot of bikes out today -- it was truly a beautiful early spring day in Maryland. Saw more H-D's and cruisers today than anything else. Three sport bikes. No full dressers that I saw.
 
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