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Veröffentlicht am Sat, Aug 20, 2005 14:52

I was born it's in my blood ! two wheels on the road with the man above,
watching over me as I rode, To keep me straight and guide me true.
This is what I feel ,believe for its in all of me and you..
Were the ones that look mean and gruff ,we are brazen and bold, some of us young some of us old,
We don't judge by our looks and bike's we judge no one who rides,
When you look on the open road ,you will see us by one or ten fold,I have been told,but we will always be there for our brothers and sisters who ride the wind ,for we will always lend a helping hand,wether it be on bikes and alike ,one thing is for sure we all will be there with our might,from our hearts and souls we will see it through ,for each and everyone of us are one ,to let no one stand alone in a time of need ,to supporting our troops across the sea's ,For when I ride its for the Freedom rings ,from north ,south,east and west, we are bikers in Gods eye's we are the best.
So if you know a fallen who has come to rest before you ride say a prayer and bless,So we can take it in our heart to run the miles to someday bring it home to our hearts,

I'am new to this BK but there is alot of love more than I seen in my lifetime and more than the corps could ever show me so I dedicate this poem to you all who reads it or rides to be safe and make it home from every ride you take care Vince( harleylonewolf63)

  


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Veröffentlicht am Sun, Jul 31, 2011 07:43

That was just GR8,

Treeman from ,il



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Veröffentlicht am Tue, Mar 29, 2011 20:48

Don't ever let anyone tell you it's not a good poem. it is.
and I liked it!
some people just have no class...sigh...(there's only one who can judge me or you)

keep smiling!
T



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Veröffentlicht am Tue, Dec 28, 2010 12:52

first of all illiterate! i wrote it and a poser something like you clear out there in the 50th state? really! ,, your just upset your neurons cannot comprehend a simple vowel let a lone a poem. and no you never worked with me not in this, past or present life time.



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Veröffentlicht am Wed, Oct 27, 2010 14:43

hey desert dog first off you don't know me so y you in here lying yourself , grow up and if biker kiss wont' allow this second post then they can take a hike as well.



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Veröffentlicht am Mon, Oct 18, 2010 06:50

Why is it hilarious? Because you cannot put two syllables together and make poetry perhaps?

I never been to Hawaii do not want to either for that matter!

You do not know who I' am period, did you hang out with me in high school the Marines? nope. All I can say do not judge thee unless thee be judged thyself and from what you commented about not much there. desert rat oops I mean dog would that be a little wiener or a schnauzer ?

Either way don't care, have not been on here in ages and I like it like that right up until you disc a poem of mine is like someone kicking your bike over. would that be tricycle with training wheels?

I no longer ride sold my bike long ago it's called responsibilities do you know what that word means? If not I can let you read Oh wait! can you read and comprehend by chance ? just want to check is all.

that is all I have to say on this matter.

l8trs.



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Veröffentlicht am Mon, Oct 11, 2010 04:08

This is hilarious. I seriously doubt Bob "Hardbite" Dolan wrote this, but if he did he copied it from somewhere and changed a few words around.

This man has been revealed as a true FRAUD and CON MAN. Google his name and read the VeriSeal and other debunking of his claimed military service and other frauds.

As to being a "biker", it's BS. As far as I know, and I worked with the CHUMP for 5 years, he never had a motorcycle or even a motorcycle license until sometime around 2001.

He's a professional POSER, beware his BS stories and CERTAINLY don't spend your money on anything he might be selling. He's a fake and a fraud and worth less than the effort I've put forth here other than the grand humor achieved in him supposedly writing something like a "creed" for anyone-unless it was scrawled on a prison wall.

GAWD the audacity!!



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Veröffentlicht am Sat, Aug 27, 2005 09:26


Ldy_H write:
Yes, Very well said Vince.
WELCOME to BK
and I remember
hardbite's writing he sent one time , NO actually a few times right Bob?, YEP sweetie I remember *SMILES*
AWESOME one !!!

AGain welcome to the family Vince.

Ride Safe,
NYBikercowgirl

  


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Veröffentlicht am Sat, Aug 27, 2005 08:43

Yes, Very well said Vince.
WELCOME to BK
and I remember
hardbite's writing he sent one time , NO actually a few times right Bob?, YEP sweetie I remember *SMILES*
AWESOME one !!!

AGain welcome to the family Vince.

Ride Safe,
NYBikercowgirl

  


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Veröffentlicht am Fri, Aug 26, 2005 19:16


jjgeorgiapeach write:
Very nice Vince. I am too new to Bk..Looks like alot of good people on here. Just like bikers they do have hearts. In my community there are alot of good that bikers do for people. Im proud to be in the circle.

THAT MAKES TWO OF US,,

  


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Veröffentlicht am Fri, Aug 26, 2005 18:34

Very nice Vince. I am too new to Bk..Looks like alot of good people on here. Just like bikers they do have hearts. In my community there are alot of good that bikers do for people. Im proud to be in the circle.

  


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Veröffentlicht am Fri, Aug 26, 2005 06:58


FastFurious1 write:
Wolf, I wish my pic was ready to put on here. You are adorable! I'm getting the idea that most guys won't even talk to you unless you're Barbie, but it's been a few years since I had tight everything to be able to be in the same Corvette as Barbie! Nonetheless, I love reading you and seeing your insight. Maybe one day I'll be fortunate to find someone that cares here in Tennessee. Ride safe, Jy.

  


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Veröffentlicht am Thu, Aug 25, 2005 05:55

Wolf, I wish my pic was ready to put on here. You are adorable! I'm getting the idea that most guys won't even talk to you unless you're Barbie, but it's been a few years since I had tight everything to be able to be in the same Corvette as Barbie! Nonetheless, I love reading you and seeing your insight. Maybe one day I'll be fortunate to find someone that cares here in Tennessee. Ride safe, Jy.

  


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Veröffentlicht am Thu, Aug 25, 2005 01:54


littlefeats write:
safe trips always and keep the shiny side up!!!

I hear ya littlefeats, thats wear it starts u be safe on the back of the ole mans bike now,

  


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Veröffentlicht am Wed, Aug 24, 2005 20:08

safe trips always and keep the shiny side up!!!

  


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Veröffentlicht am Wed, Aug 24, 2005 20:05

I've only just joined the elite circle of the biker world and don't know if I have the right to enter into this forum, but I just wanted to say that, that was beautiful. It makes me proud to be riding passenger or should I say "B" on the back on my man's Indian and I have been more alert of bikers around me when I am driving my car.

  


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Veröffentlicht am Mon, Aug 22, 2005 15:36


hardbite write:
Bikers Code

It used to be that all bikers shared a common bond, an unspoken code of ethics and behavior that transcended words and was built on actions. There was never a bible written on this Biker's Code and there was no need for such.

But the times are changing and there seems to be a lot of new riders out there. These days the riders you see blasting down the road are just as likely to be clad in shorts and sneakers as jeans and engineer boots. And the roughest, toughest-looking biker you pull up next to could be your doctor or lawyer and may be wearing a Rolex watch under his leathers.

There's nothing wrong with that, so long as these new riders learn the Code just as we old-timers did. Being a biker used to be about using your creativity to take a basket case old hawg and using only grit and ingenuity, turning it into a one-of-a-kind eye dazzler, then risking your life on the asphalt on a bike you made yourself out of pride. Bikers wore leather and grease because they knew cagers would just as soon run them down as look at them.

We were a breed unto ourselves with no union, no support group, and in many cases no family (they threw us out). We had to make it in the world of our own, against all rules, against mainstream society, and against all odds.

We survived and prospered because of the Biker Code and we never took sh*t from anybody. As an old scooter bro once said, "It's every tramp's job to school the young. How else are they going to know a Panhead from a bed pan?" Take heed, brothers and sisters, for our Code is a hallowed one filled with honor and loyalty, the likes of which have not been since the days of knighthood.

Be kind to women, children and animals, but don't take any bullsh*t about being a biker. This is an essential part of being a biker. It has to do with respect and honor. Anyone can be a quick-tempered
fool. Be cool, stand tall and proud. Stand behind what you say with action.

Never lie, cheat or steal, always tell the truth. Bikers are always the greasy bad guys in the movies, but every real biker knows that his word is his bond. Your word is all you have in life that is truly yours. Guard it carefully and be something noble, for you are a true knight of the road.

If you see a wrong, fight it yourself, if you are about anything. You'll take care of problems yourself, find solutions.


Don't Whine. Absolutely no one likes or respects a whiner. Another way to think of it is, "Don't sweat the small stuff" Most of life's little inconveniences work themselves out whether you whine or not. Keep your chin up, you're a biker, not some lowly snail.

Never say die and never give up. Whether it's in a fight, a debate, or a business deal, no matter how bad it gets a biker never gives up.

Help others. When a brother or sister is broken down by the side of the road, always stop and help them. Even moral support, if that is all you can give, is better than riding on by. Remember life is about the journey, the ride, not getting there. You already are there. And don't just help bikers stop for anyone broken down, show the world that we are better than our image portrays us. Courtesy costs you nothing and gives you everything.

Stick to your guns. Do what you say you'll do, be there when you say you will. This is called integrity. This also goes back to standing for something. Like the song says, "You've got to stand for something or you'll fall for anything."

Life is not a drill, this isn't a dress rehearsal. This is life -- go out and take big bites of it. You've got no time to lose and bikers don't stand around waiting for the party to come to them they make the party. You only go around once. Tomorrow you could be road kill, thanks to a snowbird asleep at the wheel of his Caddy. Live life now, make the most of each moment.

All right, now let's review. You are a biker, a modern-day knight of the road. Protect the weak, walk tall and stand proud. Your word is your bond. Stick to your guns. Don't take any sh*t. Life is not a drill. Now go forth and ride. When in doubt, ride. That's what we do...ride. If you want to ride around in a Day-Glo Hawaiian shirt and sandals, go for it, but if you intend to look like an idiot, at least don't act like an idiot. These commandments are just a few of the broad strokes, there is a lot more to being a biker than buying a bike. If you just buy a bike, you are a motorcyclist. Being a biker is a way of life, a proud way of life we hold in high regard with a burning passion for the open highway.
Copyright 1992 Bob "Hardbite" Dolan

Hey Bro , I hear your words strong and true,, poem with magnitude, Ride Safe,,

  


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Veröffentlicht am Mon, Aug 22, 2005 15:17

Bikers Code

It used to be that all bikers shared a common bond, an unspoken code of ethics and behavior that transcended words and was built on actions. There was never a bible written on this Biker's Code and there was no need for such.

But the times are changing and there seems to be a lot of new riders out there. These days the riders you see blasting down the road are just as likely to be clad in shorts and sneakers as jeans and engineer boots. And the roughest, toughest-looking biker you pull up next to could be your doctor or lawyer and may be wearing a Rolex watch under his leathers.

There's nothing wrong with that, so long as these new riders learn the Code just as we old-timers did. Being a biker used to be about using your creativity to take a basket case old hawg and using only grit and ingenuity, turning it into a one-of-a-kind eye dazzler, then risking your life on the asphalt on a bike you made yourself out of pride. Bikers wore leather and grease because they knew cagers would just as soon run them down as look at them.

We were a breed unto ourselves with no union, no support group, and in many cases no family (they threw us out). We had to make it in the world of our own, against all rules, against mainstream society, and against all odds.

We survived and prospered because of the Biker Code and we never took sh*t from anybody. As an old scooter bro once said, "It's every tramp's job to school the young. How else are they going to know a Panhead from a bed pan?" Take heed, brothers and sisters, for our Code is a hallowed one filled with honor and loyalty, the likes of which have not been since the days of knighthood.

Be kind to women, children and animals, but don't take any bullsh*t about being a biker. This is an essential part of being a biker. It has to do with respect and honor. Anyone can be a quick-tempered
fool. Be cool, stand tall and proud. Stand behind what you say with action.

Never lie, cheat or steal, always tell the truth. Bikers are always the greasy bad guys in the movies, but every real biker knows that his word is his bond. Your word is all you have in life that is truly yours. Guard it carefully and be something noble, for you are a true knight of the road.

If you see a wrong, fight it yourself, if you are about anything. You'll take care of problems yourself, find solutions.


Don't Whine. Absolutely no one likes or respects a whiner. Another way to think of it is, "Don't sweat the small stuff" Most of life's little inconveniences work themselves out whether you whine or not. Keep your chin up, you're a biker, not some lowly snail.

Never say die and never give up. Whether it's in a fight, a debate, or a business deal, no matter how bad it gets a biker never gives up.

Help others. When a brother or sister is broken down by the side of the road, always stop and help them. Even moral support, if that is all you can give, is better than riding on by. Remember life is about the journey, the ride, not getting there. You already are there. And don't just help bikers stop for anyone broken down, show the world that we are better than our image portrays us. Courtesy costs you nothing and gives you everything.

Stick to your guns. Do what you say you'll do, be there when you say you will. This is called integrity. This also goes back to standing for something. Like the song says, "You've got to stand for something or you'll fall for anything."

Life is not a drill, this isn't a dress rehearsal. This is life -- go out and take big bites of it. You've got no time to lose and bikers don't stand around waiting for the party to come to them they make the party. You only go around once. Tomorrow you could be road kill, thanks to a snowbird asleep at the wheel of his Caddy. Live life now, make the most of each moment.

All right, now let's review. You are a biker, a modern-day knight of the road. Protect the weak, walk tall and stand proud. Your word is your bond. Stick to your guns. Don't take any sh*t. Life is not a drill. Now go forth and ride. When in doubt, ride. That's what we do...ride. If you want to ride around in a Day-Glo Hawaiian shirt and sandals, go for it, but if you intend to look like an idiot, at least don't act like an idiot. These commandments are just a few of the broad strokes, there is a lot more to being a biker than buying a bike. If you just buy a bike, you are a motorcyclist. Being a biker is a way of life, a proud way of life we hold in high regard with a burning passion for the open highway.
Copyright 1992 Bob "Hardbite" Dolan



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Veröffentlicht am Mon, Aug 22, 2005 15:00

Welsome, very nice poem!! I will post one I roye years ago.



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Veröffentlicht am Mon, Aug 22, 2005 09:01

welcome, Vince....look forward to chattin you up some time



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