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Audi is a German luxury automobile manufacturer founded in 1937. Their first production vehicle was the Audi 50, introduced in 1938. Since then, Audi has grown to become one of the largest automotive manufacturers worldwide. The company currently produces cars under the Audi, Lamborghini, SEAT, Volkswagen, Bentley, Bugatti, Porsche, and Lamborghini brands. Audi also owns the Italian sports car marque Maserati.

DaytonA is a city located in Volusia County, Florida. It is the county seat of Volusia County. Daytona Beach is the largest city in the county. Daytona Beach is also the location of the Daytona International Speedway. Daytona Beach Bike Week is an annual event held during the first week of February. It is the largest motorcycle rally in the United States.

A dirt bike is an off-road bike that isn’t street legal. Dirt bikes are built for riding trails and other rough terrain. They’re often made out of steel or aluminum frames and have large tires. Most dirt bikes aren’t designed for speed, but instead for durability and maneuverability. Dirt bikes are usually ridden by young men.

Do-rag: A cloth head covering. The evolved version of a bandana. The Do-rag is worn by many motorcycle riders as an accessory. The Do-rag originated in the 1960s when bikers began wearing them to protect their heads from the sun. Biker culture has always had a strong connection with music and fashion. The Do-rag became a symbol of freedom and rebellion.

Drag bars: Handlebars that do nothing to sweep up or back toward you. Dragging peg: leaning so far into a curve, your feet drag on the ground. Not a good idea, and definitely not done on accident.

Drag PIPES: Short, straight exhausts pipes usually found on cruisers. DRESSER: A large motorcycle complete including a full touring package (fender, windscreen, saddlebags, and a comfy seat). DROP SEAT: A frame style in where the seat rest has a lowering notch within its frame. DUAL PURPOSE MOTORCYCLE: A motorcycle designed for both on and off road use, with a bias towards off-road.

A dual sport motorcycle is a type of motorcycle that is designed for both on road and off road riding. There are many different types of dual sports, including dirt bikes, motocross bikes, enduros, trials bikes, supermotos, cruisers, adventure bikes, street bikes, and custom built motorcycles. Dual sport bikes are also sometimes referred to as “hybrid” motorcycles because they combine characteristics of two other categories of motorcycle – cruiser and touring bikes.

Endo: An abrupt stop of a motorcycle so that inertia raises the rear wheel off the ground. It is often performed intentionally as a stunt, or accidentally if the rider loses control of the bike. When performed intentionally, it is called a stoppie. If the endo is unintentional, it is called an end-over. Enduros are races held on trails or other off-road surfaces that require motorcycles to navigate challenging terrain.

Harley Davidson is famous for producing motorcycles since 1903. Evo is a name given to the latest version of the bike. The engine is made out of aluminum and steel. It produces about 100 horsepower. The exhaust system is insulated with a fabric wrap. It also comes with a fairing at the front of the bike.

A farkle is an unnecessary accessory that serves no useful purpose. Examples include flags, stuffed pigs, and other decorations. Serious bikers don’t use the word but you will see it used in forums and sometimes in magazines. A fishtail occurs when the rear tire slides sideways while cornering.

Flatheads: Flatheads were Harley Davidson’s first horizontal opposed four or six cylinder engines. These engines were made from 1919 to 1973. The flat spot was the point at which no additional horsepower could be gained from increasing rpm. A fly catcher was an aftermarket accessory that allowed the engine to run at higher rpms.

Flying Colors – Wearing your team’s colors. Foot Pegs – Pegs where a rider sits his feet. Fork Bag – A small bag attached to the front of the fork and used to carry tools or supplies. Frisco Style – When a fuel tank is built onto the frame instead of being sunken into its underside.

GBNF means gone but not forgotten. A gearbox is a transmission mechanism consisting of gears, shafts and bearings. It transmits torque through a chain of meshed gears, allowing an engine to drive the wheels of a vehicle. When you graduate from prospect to club member, you get your center patch. Giggling gas is nitrous oxide, a drug that temporarily increases blood flow to the brain. Gixers are Suzuki GSX-Rs. A gooseneck is the extended section of the frame just behind a motorcycle’s headlight.

Green Light triggers are magnets that attach to a motorcycle’s undercarriage designed to trigger the light when a motorcycle passes. Sometimes they work and other times they don’t. Gremlins are blamed for any sort of problem with a bike. Often they are referred to as Gremlin bells because they supposedly protect against them.

A Grocery Getter is a bike built for two. These bikes are usually middle class cars, usually family style cars. HOG is Harley Owners Group. Hack is a sidecar. Side hacks are also called sidecars. Hamsters are a high profile group of custom motorcycle enthusiasts. Members wear a yellow t shirt with the Hamsters logo. Membership includes: Arnold Ness, Dave Perowitz and Donnie Smith.

Hang Around: A person that hangs out at a motorcycle club and might be interested in joining. Hangarounds are usually interested in motorcycles because they like the freedom and independence that comes with riding them. They also enjoy the social aspect of hanging out with other riders. Some hangaround members will eventually join a motorcycle club.

Helmet Head: Your hair after you wear a helmet. Helmet Sticker: Biker equivalent to bumper stickers, except 1. You don’t need a sticker to ride a bike, and 2. there’s never just one!

Highside: When a rider falls off his bike he usually lands on his head. If you fall off your bike while riding at high speed, you will likely end up on your back. A highside crash is when the rider lands on his back. Highsides are less common than low sides because riders tend to ride upright.

Hog: nickname for a large bike, usually a Harley Davidson, or any other big bike. Horizontal opposed: Engine configuration in which cylinders are arranged horizontally instead of vertically. I rode mine: T-shirt slogan often worn when riding a big bike.

In the United States, an “independent” means someone who does not belong to any club, association, political party, etc. In the UK, an “Indian” refers to a motorcycle manufactured by Harley Davidson. An “ink” is a tattoo. An “inkslinger” is a tattoo artist. An “inline four” refers to an inline four cylinder engine. An “Inline six” refers to an engine with six cylinders.

Inline triple: An engine configuration in where all three cylinders are aligned on the same axis. Inverted front end/inverted forks: A front-end system in which larger tubes go on top and smaller tubes go on the bottom. Iron butt: A motorcycle run that goes for 1,000 miles in a single day. The Iron Butt rally covers 11,000 miles over 11 days.

Harley Davidson motorcycles were first made in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in 1903. They were named after the company’s founder, Arthur Davidson. He had two sons, William and Harold. When he died in 1924, his son William took over the company. He changed the name to Harley-Davidson Motor Company, and began producing motorcycles with an engine called the Model O. The Model O was a single cylinder engine with a four stroke cycle. It weighed about 150 pounds and could produce around 15 horsepower. It was not very reliable, though, and Harley decided to replace it with a V twin engine. The Model K was introduced in 1929. It was a six cylinder engine with a three valve per cylinder design. It weighed about 200 pounds and produced around 25 horsepower. The Model K was a huge success, and Harley continued to produce them until 1938. During World War II, Harley produced planes instead of bikes. After the war ended, Harley started making bikes again, and the rest is history. In 1954, Harley introduced the Dyna-Harmonix, which was basically a motorcycle with a car engine. It was a big hit. By 1958, Harley was selling nearly 100,000 units a year. That number dropped by half in 1960, and then went down even further in 1961. Harley stopped production of the Sportster line in 1985.

A motorcycle with no electric starter requires manual kick starting. A kick stand allows the bike to be balanced while not riding. A king and queen seat provides a comfortable place for riders to sit.

Harley Davidson engine produced from 1936 until 1947. Kuryakys were a respected company producing custom motorcycle bolt-on components. Lacing a wheel meant installing the spokes. Lane splitting means driving between lanes of traffic traveling the same direction at speed or when traffic was stopped.

Nitrous Oxide: Nitrous oxide is an inert gas that is commonly used as a recreational drug. It is also used as a propellant in whipped cream cans, air fresheners, and industrial cleaning products. It is produced commercially through the reaction of ammonia and oxygen at high temperatures and pressures. It is sometimes referred to as laughing gas because of its euphoric effects.

Laughlin/Laughlin River run: An annual motorcycle rally held in Laughlin Nevada. It started out as a gathering of Harley Davidson riders, but today includes many other types of motorcycles. Riders come from all over the country and even around the world. There are two routes, the north route and the south route. Both start in Las Vegas and end in Laughlin.

Lay it down: A crash in which the rider slides with one leg under his bike, usually done intentionally to avoid a worse collision, but when done accidentally it is called a “low side.”

Leathers: Leather riding clothes.

A Lid is a helmet worn on the head of an individual riding a motorcycle. A line is the intended path of travel. A lone wolf is someone not affiliated with a motorcycle club. A low side is when a rider slides with one foot under the bike, opposite of a high side. An MC and M/C are a motorcycle club. There are many different types of motorcycle clubs, each with its own culture and traditions.

What does FTOT stand for bikers?

There are many different types of biker gangs. These are called “rockers” because they ride motorcycles. Rockers are often associated with the Hells Angels, but there are other groups like the Bandidos and Nomads. Bikers are not just about riding bikes, they also wear leather jackets, long hair, tattoos, and sometimes even piercings.

Do you think you’ll be able to leave the Hells Angels?

The so called “Big 4” illegal motorcycle clubs are not allowed to accept members who do not follow the rules. If you quit your club, you will lose all your patches. If you retire, you will lose all of them. No exceptions.

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