Gas Man said:Exactly... I always include my wife and that's the way it should be!
Mojo said:Being that I now am a partner in a new dealership, I can say for certain that gas prices are having an effect. I can't tell you the number of people that have come in looking for bikes due to rising gas prices.
We can only hope.pickle.of.doom said:Too bad there are only about 2 models of bikes that get over 50mpg... Lots of cars can get right up there too. So that leads to another important question....
Do you think the rising gas prices will bring more small displacement, fuel efficient cycle models, like a lot of those for sale in Europe, over here to the US?
Damn moped sons of bitches. There's this one guy on Route 1 almost every afternoon just cruising along at 30-35 MPH in a 50 MPH zone. I hate getting caught up in the inevitable traffic snarl behind him; it's a dangerous place to be.JayMax said:I think the biggest increase will be to scooters.
I'm assuming that you don't consider the Honda Shadow to be one of them and I've been getting 60 MPG in traffic. :willy:pickle.of.doom said:Too bad there are only about 2 models of bikes that get over 50mpg...
As long as you aren't ridding at 35 mph in a 50 zone. :lol:Scissors said:I'm assuming that you don't consider the Honda Shadow to be one of them and I've been getting 60 MPG in traffic. :willy:
That son of a bitch. :willy:jeeps84 said:As long as you aren't ridding at 35 mph in a 50 zone. :lol:
Don't be so harsh. It might be there only mode of transportation. :yaewn:Scissors said:That son of a bitch. :willy:
I can see that POV! :nonod:jetskifast said:Very small increase, most people afraid of bikes :crazy:
Nothing wrong with scooters/mopeds as long as you stay away from fast traffic.thebiscuit said:i got a moped. i don't drive in a 50 mph zone though. i'm not too far from campus. it's all i got now because i can't drive (motorcycle or car) to class unless i move farther from campus. i'm practicing for my new bike :dthumb: .