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Author Name: FreeLen 12 Comments
Date Added: September 02, 2003 01:09:03 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Legend of Biker Bill
Biker Bill was a real bad dude




Got a thrill from actin' rude




Wore leather and chains




Walked so cocky




Rode a stripped down flame painted




Kawasaki









He worked at the Seven Eleven




Five days a week




Saturday mornin' he'd suit up




And hit the streets









Being super cool




Breakin' traffic rules and lookin' mean




A week-end warrior




On his lean Japanese machine









Bill stopped one day




At a road cafe out of town




There were biker guys




Wearin' 'LIVE TO RIDE' hangin'round









He rode up to them




With a big ol' grin in place




He said 'How goes it Bros?'




And they fed his nose to his face









Now,they sorta made a game




Outta tearin' Bill up




He lost his virginity




To a stud named Chuck









They burned his bike,but




They let him go with his life




Now-a-days Bill stays home




With the doors locked tight









Biker Bill was a real bad dude




That was back




When he could chew his food









The moral of this story




Is a simple one




Ridin' the road




Can sure be a lotta fun









Mind your business




Don't get cocky




Especially on some damn




Kawasaki
Author's Notes:
I rode my Honda 750 to a biker friend's birthday party.Every bike there was a chopped Harley,except mine.My friend,looking a little embarrased,introduced me to the group by saying;"This is Leonard.He rides a Honda but,he's cool."
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Comment By: FreeSteve on June 13, 2008 09:18:16 AM Report
Len, I love this poem and will put it on my favorite's list  LMAO !  I had two Hondas when I was a kid....but now ride a '06 Harley Super Glide.  Once in a while I ride with some 'old school' bikers.  You can't pretend around those guys.  And I have met a few biker ladies that I would welcome as backup in any fight. 
Comment By: FreeFilthy on November 8, 2007 05:02:55 PM Report
Me and bikes don't get on! i do like the about, i can picture the look on yer face (i bet it was a daft grin!)

Comment By: FreeQuiltingLady on March 9, 2007 01:38:05 AM Report
The best bike my husband and I ever had was a H-D Road Glide.  Super handling and comfortable, too.  It looked great and sounded better.  Broke his heart to have to sell it.  All his friends had Japanese bikes and they questioned his choice until we took a long trip together.  They weren't questioning him after that!

Patty

Comment By: FreeJames Lagoski on November 5, 2006 06:57:58 AM Report
Dear Len-
Now here is a tale I can relate to-LOL-
I kind of went through this when I bought my shadow
a couple of years ago when I haven't owned anything but
Harleys since I was a kid-
But it was like I told my buddys-
It may not be a harley but its paid for-LOL-
And after 2 and a half years of absolutely trouble free
riding they don't laugh at my shadow no more!
A great story here told as only you could tell it!
Best Wishes to You and Yours My Friend~
Peace~
James

Comment By: PremiumCliffton Clay Cromberg on October 28, 2006 06:58:21 PM Report
Len, Thats a good one!!  My first bike was a 1983 Honda Shadow  750

So, I know what you are saying! I didn't get Harley until ten years later!  You are a really good writer! I look forward to reading more!

                                      Keep on, Keepin on...  Clay, TheWolf...

 

Remember: "Follow No One"  I wear this on my leather!! Later...

Comment By: FreeJoe Petro on October 15, 2006 02:05:03 AM Report
And I thought I was bad on my first, a Yamaha 180. Great story and moral. Japanese bikes should stay with their own kind. jp
Comment By: FreeThe Heretic on April 12, 2006 07:31:54 PM Report
Can never beat a classic
Comment By: FreeMarinaJoann on January 28, 2004 06:49:15 AM Report
HA! HA!....trade it in for an Indian and then he'll introduce your bike instead of you...
Marina
Comment By: FreeGlata on September 24, 2003 07:23:51 AM Report
Very good! Sounds like some of the "bad boys" that live around here...are you absolutely SURE you aren't from the mountains of North Carolina???
Glata
Comment By: FreeEdward G Boggs on September 21, 2003 03:53:46 AM Report
wise words to live by....(well maybe) : ) : (
Comment By: FreeThe Bag Lady on September 2, 2003 03:22:39 PM Report
Applause, Applause~!
Great tale of irony~!
Loved it ALL~!
(((glad you made it here..)))
Margaret, the bag lady revvin' up her
cart~!
Comment By: FreeShe Whispers on September 2, 2003 03:14:33 AM Report
WOW..THIS IS GREAT WHAT A POEM..LOVE YOUR POEMS!!!!




 


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