Hey Bikers and people. Lady Biker is produced by the same lady biker from North Carolina who published Bikers Magazine ,sells used harleys via hawg used harley, and runs other top biker sites like Bikers USA , Bays, and Biker Tee.
My name on the internet is Janice H. Davidson. Thatís what they call a pseudonym. Iím High Priestess of the Priestess Motorcycle Coven. The Priestess Motorcycle Coven is like a Womens Motorcycle Club WMC, but not quite. Weíre just fun loving witchy women who ride Harleys and other motorcycles. We are a no dues group, and have members in England and in the USA: North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Indiana, Maryland, Michigan, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, New York, Ohio.
I grew up riding two-wheelers through trails in the woods of New England. I still remember the first day I ventured onto the country road. I might not have been completely legal about doing it since I didnít have a license and the motorcycle wasnít exactly legal either. I think I was about 16 years old. It was even better than the trails because I could open the throttle up and keep it open. I think the pistons appreciated letting go like that.
I have had many street bikes since then. I currently ride a 1996 Harley-Davidson Custom Sportster XLH 1200 with straight pipes and screaming eagle that I bought used in 2000. The Bailey Bike is definitely a ďGo FastĒ, with plenty of power to get up and go.
For me, the nicest part about riding my Harley as compared to all other motorcycles I have owned is the sound. Bailey has that distinctive Harley sound coming out those loud pipes. The best part of riding with other bikers is the stereo sound that more than one harley makes.
If I were to buy a 2005 Harley-Davidson, it would probably be the softail. It has great vintage styling.
The key I have to riding safely is to tell myself there is someone out there in a cage who is going to try and hit me, and my job is to not let them.
Good PACs are needed to combat bad PACs. As far as other affiliations go, I was a sustaining member of MRF when I had enough money to do it. Itís a worthy organization, even though they are lobbyists. Everyone says thay hate lobbyists. Not many people understand why they should hate some lobbyists but support others. The problem is that the bad people with bad ideas also have lobbyists, so we support the good lobbyists. MRF is a good group to support. If my computer job had not been outsourced to India, I would be supporting them now.
I recommend most bikers join ABATE or BOLT or another Biker Rights MRO, and also support the MRF. I had made plans to join my local chapter of ABATE but the pamphlet said I would be joining a political organization. Personally, that turned me off. Iím probably one in a thousand people whom actually researches where candidates stand on all the issues that are important to me. I might like a candidates position regarding motorcycle helmet laws, but if they favor the destruction of the environment for the sake of short term corporate profits, I will take the side of the environment. It needs to be here long after Iím gone. If they are in favor of making the rich richer at the expense of the working class, they donít get my vote. I know ABATE and other PACs get on the good side of politicians in order to get their objectives accomplished, by promising them support.
Personally, Iím not about to pledge my support for an organization that will in turn pledge support for a candidate in return for political favor. Yes, I know that is how it is done. That does not make it right. For me, ABATE was personally not a good idea to join, but it might be good for you. ABATE and other groups like ABATE are a wonderful group for most bikers to join. I think everyone should take action to keep and get back biker rights. Many people do not know how to express their views and DEMANDS on their elected officials. It is a very good thing that there are groups such as MRF, ABATE, BOLT, and others.
Believe me, I do take action and communicate to my elected officials quite frequently. They are there to represent me, and I am not shy about it.
The number one problem I have with our government and election processes is that elected officials are rewarded for their corruption, and whomever is most corrupt usually wins. The cornerstone of political corruption is political favors. Unfortunately, until we stop our system of political favors, (likelihood of that happening within the next 15 years is 1 in 900 Trillion), good PACs are needed to combat bad PACs.