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Dear Road Dawg,
“Since the beginning, I’ve always noticed everybody wants one main thing on the motorcycle set…And that’s respect. I’ve been peeping out the set and noticed certain people and clubs have that respect and others are willing to sell their left nut trying to get it. Road Dawg, what do you think a person has to do to gain that level of respect everybody seems to be dying for?”
“There’s one thing you got right in your letter….And that’s either a person has respect or they’re trying to get it. I know one thing; respect doesn’t just fall out of trees and just happen to land in a person’s lap in the motorcycle community. Stop for a second and look at all of the people that are highly respected in the motorcycle community. What do they have, what have they accomplished, what is their status, and most importantly…What do they know? You earn respect by knowing your shit. Do you know all there is to know about your motorcycle? Do you make honorable decisions when riding your motorcycle? Do you know all of your motorcycle history? What about protocol…How educated are you with it? The more you know the more respect you get because there are tons of people on the set who are clueless to a lot of this stuff. They’re clueless about safety, how to ride, the reasons why certain things are the way they are today…The list can go on for days. The knowledge you obtain, your actions, and the decisions you make could teach someone else and once someone has repeatedly received knowledge or learned from your actions, that’s when respect is gained. That’s when you’re looked upon as a teacher and a respected role model in the community…That’s when you gain respect.”