A GPZ moment

Randy noneofyourbusiness tuner_delorean at yahoo.com
Thu Apr 8 08:02:35 PDT 2010

I have already had a few approach me & my bike has only been on the road since Friday. I have hair to my belt with big bald spot on top, & a graying beard around 1 foot long, I have no idea why younguns trying to hit on me asking for rides.
too bad I dont chase women anymore... but when I was younger um 7 years ago...  a royal purple Harley with multi color metal flakes, & custom airbrushed skulls, plus 30+ skulls all over bike with ape hangers, drag pipes, a drag race inspired engine, sometime hand shifted, attracted more women than I could handle! yes more than I could handle, & got me in a little too much trouble as bike was a little noticeable.& several found out that they wasnt the only one.. ooops! :) 1 was trying to date like 10 women a week, & every few weeks loose a few & gain another one or two.. I still have the bike but motor is disassembled. but I found a great woman about 6 years ago. & she is actualkly studying Harley restoration with me, & is a decent mechanic.  
I have told her about being asked for rides & she actually got defensive.. lol she didnt have any reason & she realised it after I laughed.

--- On Thu, 4/8/10, vince stone <realmortician at gmail.com> wrote:

From: vince stone <realmortician at gmail.com>
Subject: Re: A GPZ moment
To: "GPZ List" <gpzlist at micapeak.com>
Date: Thursday, April 8, 2010, 10:23 AM

Beautiful young lady says your bike is "so hot" and you go into DETAILS
about the sales stats?  US vs. EU?  Dude, sounds like she WANTED A RIDE!
Better luck next time... I guess.


On Wed, Apr 7, 2010 at 7:03 PM, John Soliday <johnsoliday at msn.com> wrote:

> So Charles and I have been talking about GPZ's in general, look-wise, etc.
> lately so I have to share this.  I work out of my house so I'm usually done
> by 3PM each day and I hadn't been out since Sunday so I decided to run down
> to my old watering hole in Boulder today ~ 5PM for a very late lunch.  I
> walked into the establishment and took off my helmet and the bartender lady
> (who is a beautiful young lady, whereas I am old and have no haIr) says,
> "....John, I didn't know that was you, that bike is so hot!"  I am not
> making this up.  I then explained to her the details of the GPZ sales in
> US,
> vs. EU, and it being a "stealth" ZX11 NINJA, and you know what, she liked
> it
> even more!!!  Maybe these things are getting more artistic or whatever.
> Jacky has seen my Vrod and my KLR and never acted like this, as she
> apparently had never seen me ride up on the GPZ.
> Cheers,
> John (Thank gawd I didn't buy a ZX14 to attract 30 something women, would
> have been a waste of money ;-)


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