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Urban Legends About Motorcycles
Courtesy of Snopes, shedding light on some of the urban legends that deal specifically with motorcycles.
A motorcycle enthusiast buys an old machine found sitting in a barn.
He reports the bike's serial number to the Harley-Davidson people,
and they offer $250,000 dollars for it because the bike once belonged to Elvis Presley.
A diner who is picked on by some bikers at a coffee shop,
drives over their motorcycles on his way out.
The man, still holding the handlebars, was dragged through a glass patio door
and the motorcycle dumped onto the floor inside the house.
A story concerning a young lad who was taking his motorcycle driving test for the first time.
Did a motorcyclist's coat worn backwards lead to his demise?
A woman got pulled over for speeding by a California Highway Patrol motorcycle officer.
Motorcyclist comes to an untimely end when he chooses to
"thread the needle" by driving between two oncoming bikes.
Roadside samaritan renders innovative assistance to a stranded motorcyclist.
Motorcyclist is decapitated by a sheet of metal which falls from a passing truck.
Harley-Davidson's 'Fat Boy' motorcycle was designed
to represent the dropping of atomic bombs on Japan.