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My only experiences with "real bikers" have been the kind you described.

As one of many examples, I was on I40 on a road trip to CA once and misjudged the distance between towns compared with my tank capacity. The head winds were incredibly high. I ran out of gas. As I pushed the bike along the highway, three gangs of "real bikers" passed me by and didn't even slow down. A passerby in a car stopped, took me 10 miles to the next station, waited for me to buy gas and then took me back to where we'd left the bike, waited for me to get it running, and then went on their way.

That "cager" took about an hour out of their day to help a stranger.

I've never received help from a "real biker."

So, in my opinion and experience, perhaps it's not too bad to wear that "not a real biker" label as a badge to be proud of.
 
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