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While that is true, as most independent riders do I never talk colors as you never know who is what.  I seen Doctors and Lawyers and Business owners over the years show up on a Scoot and have colors on.  Tended bar for a few years in the 80's at a biker bar.

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Lack of dead bug stains on the shiney new leathers weeds out the Dr's n lawyers. They seem to out number the riders during bike week here.
Don 't interfere with somethin' that ain't bothering you none. ~Unknown