Weight. I have indeed sat on Harleys before and given them test drives, and they do tend to be extremely heavy. Most of the people I’ve seen my age—whether male or female—tend to ride lighter bikes. Like, I’ve seen a lot of people doing DIY “cafe racers” or whatever, or basically a “stripped-down” profile. That’s what’s hot right now. Demographic (2). Um. Harley drivers kinda tend to be dicks if you are not riding a Harley. For instance, there’s the “motorcycle salute” that you typically do if you’re on a motorcycle and passing by another person on a motorcycle going the other way. (The salute is typically extending your hand low in the “peace” symbol.) It’s just good etiquette. Harley drivers? Most of the time, if the person is driving a Harley and you are not, they won’t do the salute back at you.
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Also, I have to say that I am totally turned off by “Harley” culture in general. I’ve been to the Harley Davidson museum in Milwaukee. The museum wasn’t the problem. I actually found it rather interesting. But many of the people who were in the museum were Harley-riders, and holy fuckballs were many of them totally noxious. First of all, I’m really not at all into the “bad boy” biker image. But whatever. I know that’s what Harley caters to, so even if it’s not my taste, that’s not the problem on its own. However, some of the patches that they had on their vests were just… I mean, those sorts of sentiments would have been at home at a Klan rally, for Christ’s sake.