cardboard said:Here's a few pictures of the Lonestar Rally that was in Galveston, Texas for 2007. I'm in picture 130. Where was you.
The old lady took the pictures. We had been drinkin just a little. Why the heck didn't you come over and say Howdy man. Don't be scared !FifthGear said:Great pictures. Actually I just barely made one of your pictures on pic 146. My brother-in-law is in the orange shirt, down by his left elbow is my arm in black sleeveless, pointing to my arm is my wife's knee sitting on an inverted no parking sign, standing is her sister in the cap and short hair. This is about as close to fame as I've ever come :thanks:
If I had been there and they was going to tow a bike, I would of walked to the front of the truck and cut the valve stem off the truck. If this is a wrecker drivers job, somebody needs to take duct tape and tape his ass up. There were more bikers there than wrecker drivers. I don't want to git anybody in trouble, but we have to draw a line somewhere. That is Bullshi* for a wrecker to do that.FifthGear said:It is a small world. By that time I am sitting in front of my bike which I had moved up one notch in order to get it out. When the tow trucks came to haul out any bike over the trolly rail we finally moved one guys bike as they were tilting the tow bed. We hated to touch anyone's bike but he would have spent hundreds to get it back. He showed up and was very thankful when he found it on the other side of the road safe and sound. I didn't like the way they did that...there were no signs saying not to park on the rails. I sure hope this LoneStar rally don't end up like Sturgis with more hastles than freedom. For now, it is more of a biker rally than Sturgis has been in 20 years.
Hate to hear of yer mishap. Wish you luck, home yer up and running around soon. Mabe next year.Bullrider said:I wanted to go, but two weeks before the rally, I was riding up in New Braunfels, Tx. and a guy pulled out in front of me from a parking lot in a GMC Yukon. I think the bike will be fixed before me.