PODCAST-In this episode of the Law Abiding Biker/Motorcycle Podcast we talk about an array of topics. Did Fonzie from the TV show Happy Days really ride a motorcycle? Does he ride a motorcycle now? Henry Winkler was the actor that played Fonzie on Happy Days and a character that we all came to know and love. He played the tough “biker” type. Here is a direct link to an article reference Fonzie along with a YouTube link:
We opened the show with a little snippet of an awesome song called “Remember the Name”. You can get it on iTunes and elsewhere.
Song: Remember the name (2005)
Artist: Fort Minor (feat. Styles of Beyond)
Album: The Rising Tied (Deluxe Version)
I found a great video on Facebook. It is an awesome way for bikers/motorcyclists to fold their chaps, so that they take less room in your saddle bags. Additionally, she shows how to roll them and fold them in a way that they then snap together, keeping them rolled tightly. You really must see this video. I shared the video on the Law Abiding Biker Facebook Page and put it below for your viewing.
We also play a voicemail from a long time supporter of the Law Abiding Biker/Motorcycle Podcast, Greg Gaxiola. Thanks Greg for your continued support!
We go over some ongoing comments on the Law Abiding Biker Media website in reference to my 2014 Street Glide Special review and video. The community is really helping each other out and there is much good information, so check it out! My 2014 Street Glide Special does have adjustable rear shocks. Their is a knob/dial behind the left saddlebag that you can turn to make the suspension softer or firmer. I have not played with this yet, but will in the future and report back. The regular Street Glide has adjustable rear air shocks that you need a bicycle stye pump for. I believe the valve stem to adjust the air shocks is also between the left saddle bag and rear fender. That’s where it was on my 2011 Street Glide anyways.
Last, we review an IOS App called GroupMe. The motorcycle club I am in, Sworn Few Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club, has utilized the GroupMe App since our inception and find it to be a very useful tool for us to conduct all kinds of club business. GroupMe is a free private chatting app. You can set up as many different groups as you want and assign a photo to each. Each person can also assign themselves a photo. Additionally, you can single a person out of a group and then just talk with them one on one.
The GrouMe app has worked flawlessly for our motorcycle club and it is always updated. They have even added some cool new features. You’ll have to listen to this podcast episode to get the whole scoop and review.
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Keep the rubber side down and the shiny side up!