I got that from part 1 of that article."Made in Japan right? Not so fast! Made in Japan yes, but conceived and designed in the USA."
Dan My appologies, with all the ribbing I have taken over my bike, many from you... I could not help but think it was for me...
A bit of a tirade by a Disabled U.S. Army Vet... Likely to get deleted or moved to the back room.Made in America?That's become such a lame argument, bordering on racism.
Kit I ride, buy and wear what ever I damn well please, with the money I earned here, and I am also a Vet. Like others have posted, the ones with an in your face attitude are likely posers anyhow, that only would confront you in front of other wannabees, but not alone. If I were your size I wouldn’t even smile at him at him when I asked him if his name was on the title to MY Raider? ‘No, it isn't? Then shut the f’ up and go try to impress someone else!'
When I wear "American jingo garb" while riding my Japanese bike I am supporting and honoring myself as an American, not the bike. The bike is nothing more then a tool to get this American to and from where ever he is going.
I love these answers! I knew this topic would get heated...By the way, I agree with most here: I am an American, and proud to spend my money on whatevet I want.
Hmmmm...Thailand ..love that place
Quote from: Kit Sullivan on Nov 28, 2012, 07:05:52 AMI love these answers! I knew this topic would get heated...By the way, I agree with most here: I am an American, and proud to spend my money on whatevet I want.wouldnt expect any less. we are red blooded americans, most vets, who love this country and will represent! we take riding and our country serious!