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Re: “Let's not let Charleston become Myrtle Beach

So, I wasn't ever raised around motorcycles. At times, I was even supposed to think that men who rode motorcycles were "nice" people. Man, what a thought, huh??? During the very first year of "Charleston Bike Week", I bartended during a VERY profitable day!! At the time, I was in my mid-20's and my family was not happy about it. Actually, my uncle who was a Constable at the time, was going to be working out there. I was told to call him or "high-tail it out of there" if something were to happen! Throughout that entire day, I only came in contact with men who were TRUE to themselves and absolutely respectful of not only myself, but everyone else they encountered! It was at that point I realized the various things I had heard about "bikers" was incorrect. I'm not saying you won't come into contact with some of the more "harsh" bikers at times, but I do know that most bikers are all good, hard-working people. I know my last statement to be true because I have a group of best friends who ALL ride bikes and they have taught me that it doesn't matter how you dress, what matters is how you treat people. I am so thankful for all the bikers I have met over the last few years and I can't wait to meet more!!!
To those of you whom seem to think ALL bikers are capable of violence and will only cause trouble - I say "QUIT BEING SO IGNORANT"! The problems which have happened to occur during Myrtle Beach Bike Week have nothing to do with those of us on motorcycles. They do, however, have everything to do with total disregard for us, as bikers, and trying to place blame on everyone, but yourselves, for not ensuring your City is safe - regardless of what week it is!

Posted by bikerchickatheart on March 12, 2009 at 8:20 PM
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