The only way to ride... Riding Sober

  • View author's info posted on May 16, 2005 21:20


    Thank you dearly Rex
  • View author's info posted on May 16, 2005 18:54



    soberlady write:
    I love riding sober but then again I love being sober<>wonder why that's my name LOL I started being clean and sober back in 1980 and then in 92 I thought I could be social. I was sooooooo social I ended up kissing a tree and going into a comma. After coming out of the comma I had no memory. Now that can be beneficial at times. LOL! I am now clean and sober for 7 beautiful years.



    Trees are good for many things although kissing isn't one of them.

    Glad you made it back.

    Regards

    Rex
  • View author's info posted on May 15, 2005 08:24


    I love riding sober but then again I love being sober<>wonder why that's my name LOL I started being clean and sober back in 1980 and then in 92 I thought I could be social. I was sooooooo social I ended up kissing a tree and going into a comma. After coming out of the comma I had no memory. Now that can be beneficial at times. LOL! I am now clean and sober for 7 beautiful years.
  • View author's info posted on May 14, 2005 12:55


    It's dangerous enough driving a motorcycle sober and having to watch out for drunks in cars and trucks.
  • View author's info posted on May 14, 2005 11:48


    Amen, my brother! Peace.
  • View author's info posted on May 13, 2005 19:35



    revolutionarypassion write:
    On the BADD (Bikers Against Drunk Drivers) website, Harley Davidson has given them bikes in the past to support their cause and the bikes were up for raffle. They gave away 5 bikes at Daytona in March.

    Well, they're doing it again.

    The number of tickets per total cost is really good! 40 tickets for only $32.

    Not only are you supporting BADD, but you have a chance to win a brand new Harley! Can't beat that with a wet noodle!

    If you visit the site, there is a lot of great info. There is even a place where you can get victim assistance.



    Thanks for the heads-up, Rev.

    I know of some sober mc/rc's but I had no idea an organization like BADD exsisted.
  • View author's info posted on May 13, 2005 18:55


    I'm clean and sober since the fall of 1986 and am thankful for everyday that I am able to have a clear thought. May those who have the courage to change find some peace while they are still here, some laughter, warmth and love to share along the way.
    There was and never will be anything cool about riding down a two lane Idaho country rode on a Harley at 120 miles a hour, no helmet, no leathers and NO Fu**ing common sense! And drunk on your ass time and time again.....
  • View author's info posted on May 13, 2005 18:12


    Been clean an sober since 2000. Know what? I don't miss booze an drugs at all! All the money I thru away back then I use today for bikes an parts to build more bikes.
  • View author's info posted on May 13, 2005 17:25


    Kudos to all with the courage to recover. It's a life affirming choice.

    Pass it on.

    Rex (Friend of Bill's since '82)
  • View author's info posted on May 13, 2005 17:07


    Thanks Seeme! And very cool Grey Wolf! I think you are groovy!
  • View author's info posted on May 13, 2005 14:54


    all i have to say is congrats to anyone that has reached a point in their lives to stay sober--more power to you
  • View author's info posted on May 13, 2005 10:45



    SoftailLeila write:
    I agree SeeMe. Drunken Driving is scary. I've been in recovery 3 years and did my share. It's only by my higher spirit that I didn't kill myself or worse, someone else.



    Congrats on the three years.
    I just celebrated 18 last month.
    Wouldn't want to live any other way.
    Had more fun and gone more places in recovery than I ever did when I was using.
  • View author's info posted on May 13, 2005 08:22



    SoftailLeila write:
    I agree SeeMe. Drunken Driving is scary. I've been in recovery 3 years and did my share. It's only by my higher spirit that I didn't kill myself or worse, someone else.



    i'm an acoa--grew up in jersey city--and can remember being in the car form deremus ave(sp) over the 2 bridges to the heights with dad---i know that my higher power had us all in surrounded by his hands to make home

    the thing is at that time we weren't taught about the dangers of drinking and driving--and yes i did my fair share in my late teens early 20's

    the thing i'm most proud of was at 15 my daughter called me to pick her up from a party because the person who was supposed to drive her home was drunk and she refused to get into her car--we did get the keys away from her also!!!!!

    you need to be proud of yourself for the accomplishment of living one day at a time--cyber hugs and thanks for that
  • View author's info posted on May 13, 2005 08:12


    I agree SeeMe. Drunken Driving is scary. I've been in recovery 3 years and did my share. It's only by my higher spirit that I didn't kill myself or worse, someone else.
  • View author's info posted on May 13, 2005 07:31



    NORTY write:
    The lobby responsible for getting the BAC down to .08 is MADD. Don't kid yourself, they are a STRONG lobby. They are now proposing a new level of .05 BAC. This measure has been on the table before ,but it's been watered down and defeated. It will be back, and someday it'll pass. I don't even bother drinking as I haul haz-mat commercially.One thing drunk driving isn't-is funny. The days of OTIS falling into Sheriff Taylors' cell are over!



    in some places they will get you for a DUI even if you aren't the driver (but both are drunk)--and he is--also if you realize you've had too much and pull over in a rest area to sleep it off--keys in car--you are now DUI
  • View author's info posted on May 09, 2005 18:41



    falcon335 write:

    seeme1st write:

    falcon335 write:
    Aww come on....it's fun to watch those guys fall over on their bikes at a stop sign or stop light because they forgot to put their feet down.....

    as long as no one else gets hurt!!!!

    Agreed. Also fun to watch their face when they get mad, pick the bike up and drop it on the other side......



    that is a laughing so hard that you wind pi$$ing in your pants

    hahahahahahahaahahahhahaahahahaha
  • View author's info posted on May 09, 2005 18:26



    blondeharleygirl write:

    falcon335 write:
    Aww come on....it's fun to watch those guys fall over on their bikes at a stop sign or stop light because they forgot to put their feet down.....



    You should read the post between me and Navigator about the Oklahoma rally..guy lost his bike..he thought..except he didn't loose his bike..he just woke up in the wrong camp, his bike was back in his camp safe and sound right where he left it....roflmfao



    I did that with a Ford Pinto once. I should have left it where it was.
  • View author's info posted on May 09, 2005 13:23



    seeme1st write:

    falcon335 write:
    Aww come on....it's fun to watch those guys fall over on their bikes at a stop sign or stop light because they forgot to put their feet down.....

    as long as no one else gets hurt!!!!

    Agreed. Also fun to watch their face when they get mad, pick the bike up and drop it on the other side......
  • View author's info posted on May 06, 2005 14:36



    falcon335 write:
    Aww come on....it's fun to watch those guys fall over on their bikes at a stop sign or stop light because they forgot to put their feet down.....


    as long as no one else gets hurt!!!!
  • View author's info posted on May 06, 2005 14:29



    falcon335 write:
    Aww come on....it's fun to watch those guys fall over on their bikes at a stop sign or stop light because they forgot to put their feet down.....



    LOL- I've seen it happen!
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