Anyone else a Biker Nurse? ;) - page 5

by NurseOnAMotorcycle

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Been riding for about 18 years. Currently, I own two: a sport bike and a cruiser (both suzukis). Mostly I stay away from rallies, though I'll do the Bikers for Babies and some other rides, but I'm all about riding with my... Read More


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    Harley's are great. That's why I refuse to own them. Expensive to buy, expensive to fix, too nice to ride out in rain, etc. a couple of decades riding and have never owned one. Appreciated the heck out of them, but not my style. I like to got outside and get dirty.

    Favorite rides are always when I have a week off. I'll go in a random direction for a few days, hang out in whatever town I end up in for a few days and then head home. Have discovered some pretty awesome spots that way.


    Ps, take the endorsement course. They're very thorough teachers, and you practice on little bikes that aren't going to intimidate you.
    Last edit by NurseOnAMotorcycle on Jun 23, '13
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    I was wondering if anyone could help me with this question.... i'm a independent (no club) and want to add some patches to my vest... do we go buy medics or what exactly, i have never seen a nurse sport a nurse patch or any patch for that matter. and the same goes for a back top rocker, is medic or medical acceptable?
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    Quote from zelig
    I was wondering if anyone could help me with this question.... i'm a independent (no club) and want to add some patches to my vest... do we go buy medics or what exactly, i have never seen a nurse sport a nurse patch or any patch for that matter. and the same goes for a back top rocker, is medic or medical acceptable?
    Be careful about rockers or rank badges and do your research. I've seen people get in trouble with them. Other than that, go for broke, add patches to your hearts content and organize them any way you want.
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    Well, another season has come and has almost gone up here in the easily frozen North. I have noticed that an awful lot of m/c riders tend to gravitate towards the higher acuity areas (ex. E.R., ICU, etc). Guess it's the adrenaline junky in us.

    Did a ton of group rides this year including one halfway across the country with a fantastic group (Renegade Cruisers Riding Club, Kansas) I'd like to hang out more often with.

    Right now I'm clearing out my garage for the annual "Wintering of the Bikes" where I end up with all of my friends' motorcycles for the off season. Love to call my friends and leave a voicemail of their bikes "saying hello" (revving engine) occasionally throughout the winter.

    To all my m/c brothers and sisters out there... SAFE RIDING!!


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