Not sure what section to post this in. Mods move as you see fit... A friend asked me the other day what the difference was between a biker and a motorcyclist. Hmm. I started thinking about that question. Since buying my Uly a month or so ago, I've found myself wandering Harley shops a couple times. Truely, a world I never thought I'd be a part of. It's amazing how my local HD/Buell dealer has literally 2/3 of their sales floor full of fluff. Beer mugs. T-shirts. dew rags.... I've decided a biker is more like lots of Harley guys. Image. Fashion. Posing. Here today, gone tomorrow. A motorcyclist rides for the sake of riding. Because it's fun. Because it's a part of them. We have a street in Providence that is right near Brown University. In the summer, for god knows what reason, it is full of bikes. Mostly, cruisers, and, the mohawk on top of helmet sportbike guys. Hanging out. Popping wheelies on side streets. Making noise. General, wannabe hooliganism. I would guess most motorcyclists avoid places like Thayer street. It's full of bikers.... Thoughts?