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SAY WHAT!   Find out how our audience responds to random questions pertaining to various issues, problems and subjects... 

1 34mEvery motorcycle rider makes the decision to park their motorcycle at some point or time.  In most cases, a typical rider draws the line and decides to park their motorcycle if riding somehow threatens their safety.  Even then, the reason or circumstance is can vary.  Find out some of the different situations that must occur in order for these riders to vow to never ride in bad weather conditions or draw the line and not ride their motorcycles. 
 
Saturday, 10 November 2012 20:15

A Rider's Biggest Fear...

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RIDER'S GIVE THEIR BIGGEST FEARS...
Every rider fears at least one thing as a motorcycle owner and rider.  Whether their main fear is an accident or becoming the victim of bike theft...each rider fears something regardless of what that fear may be.
Tuesday, 17 July 2012 19:05

The GOOD & the BAD of BTG 2012

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Now that Bridging the Gap is officially over, it’s time to hear what the people had to say about the results of the entire weekend based on their own experience.  Five people from different cities in Texas who attended Brigding the Gap in Houston gave their thoughts on what they felt the good and bad points were from the entire weekend.  SAY WHAT?  Read their responses.
Tuesday, 17 July 2012 18:59

Which city is the BTG host with the most?

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As everyone may know, Bridging the Gap will be in Houston for the second time out of four years.  Between Dallas and Houston, it appears BTG alternated between Dallas and Houston every other year.  It takes those who attended BTG from the start in 2009 to be able to say which city hosts the best BTG event.
Thursday, 24 May 2012 14:10

Motorists vs. Motorcyclists

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bikesAccording to the statistics, the #1 cause of motorcycle accidents and fatalities at intersections are caused by motorists colliding into motorcycles.  In most cases, motorists claimed they never saw the motorcycle until it was too late.  So, who is really at fault?  Better yet, who really needs a quick lesson on driving safety?
Sunday, 15 January 2012 04:44

The Misconceptions of Bikers

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ignoranceTHE MISCONCEPTIONS OF BIKERS
For years, there has been an ongoing negative misconception about today’s motorcycle community and those who ride motorcycles. These stereotypical thoughts and learned understanding is a result of past events from earlier bikers.  
Saturday, 27 August 2011 18:59

HATERS, CRABS...and STEREOTYPES...

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mediocre-minds
We have all either heard or said the comment:  "All bikers are bad!"  Before a person speaks or listens to this negative stereotypical comment, it is only fair to judge a person or a group of people based on your own individual experience.