Sometimes dumbass ideas just make you giggle for no other reason than, you're probably too tired to think straight anyway (this is my story), so just run with it and see where it takes you. I might take you smack dab into a brick wall (been there, done that), or it might take you to heights unknown that dip the wick of genius (delusional? maybe. Yes.).
Six Degrees of Sportster is a drinking game based on the concept of the small world phenomenon and rests on the assumption that any individual motorcycle owner can be linked through his or her motorcycle ownership to a Harley Davidson Sportster within six steps. The name of the game is a play on the "six degrees of separation" concept. The game requires a group of complete dorks to try to connect any "rider" (yourself) to owning or knowing an owner of a Sportster as quickly as possible and in as few links as possible. Broken links count as two points, example: "I bought a Sportster, but my girlfriend wouldn't actually let me ride it because she thought motorcycles were too dangers." As for the drinking, you just start and don't stop for as long as you keep talking about Sportsters. Sometimes this game can go on for days on end.
I know some of you (Rouser) might wanna stab me in the ass for this but I'm going two-up travel ready on all my bikes. Mock up. Next; relocate the plate to the fender and the Douche Unicorn to the Sissy, put some Biltwell pegs on and lay down the rubber...
Since it's official, Summer is now extended six more weeks. To celebrate the Gasser Lounge had a Beaver make an appearance and since he did see his shadow, the rest is, history...
Drink specials included free whiskey (for those of us lucky enough to be there! ... sorry, you missed out) and Free Gasser Lounge Beachballs. Now, don't you wish you were there?
You can be, next time... The Lady Hump Blog fully recommends the Gasser Lounge for all your celebratory necessities and libations. Besides, we use it as a meet place for all the rides we roll out of the South Bay. The next one leaving from the Gasser will be the David Mann show in December.
Well, for my birthday, we made a run down to Temecula and did a little pre-run for this years WUSS RIDE. We're taking a northern course this year, and as always, all bikes are welcome. It's not as easy as a course as last year, there's a lot more twist and turns and much more scenery that'll make you squeeze a couple drops. Hit the WUSS RIDE blog and watch the video!
You probably can't appreciate this, but I fixed the Unicorn. I did. I did.