I'm at work, on break, reading about other people riding.... 🤔
When you say scalping, is it kind of a holeshot race or over a particular distance race or a stoplight to stoplight race? I just mean because I ride extremely aggressive with my Challenger and I will take on pretty much anyone depending upon the road I'm on or what particular mood I'm in at the moment. Short of getting caught by the local gendarmes or State Police or the sheriff's department for racing, I'm always up for seeing whoever is the better motorcycle rider or who has the fastest motorcycle. The two are not necessarily the same I was just wondering, what does the scalping that I have been reading about since Indian was reintroduced back in late 2013 mean? In all honesty it doesn't sound very woke.Nice 5hr ride w Julie. Glorious day! To Florissant via Woodland Park and Deckers. Both bikes running great! Scalped some Harleys on the big upgrade south of Buffalo Creek — first a solo HD rider who tried to smoke us, then a couple on two HD’s. Left em all in the dust (and never saw them again).
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Yeah you missed it. I was feeling a little churlish when I wrote that. That's bad on me.Maybe I missed something when I read Hink’s post but I didn’t see the word “scalped”. “Smoked” was used though.
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I just read it again. Now I see it.
Actually I'm just waking up myself right now. But no matter how awake I'll be throughout the day I most certainly will not be woke either. Some people say one should not be proud of that. To those people, I politely tell them to go have sex with themselves.Simply a high-speed pass that they cannot match. The term has been around since I joined the tribe.
Is it “woke?” Probly not — but neither am I.
Wisconsin seems to have a lot of little towns like that throughout the state. One can drive through some of them and not have to squint very hard and you can almost imagine what it looks like 60 years or 70 or more years ago.I love America's small towns with their beautiful town squares and fancy courthouses. There was a time when communities showed they were serious about dealing with crime and lawbreakers.