Atheist Bikers

For Harley People Whose God Resides in Milwaukee, WI

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We Fight Like A Girl "Riding for Teal"

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Changing the world one biker at a time...

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Oil Skin Duster

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Comment by Harry Meyer on March 21, 2010 at 1:12pm
Welcome Scott, Pete and Michael to a group where there seem to be too few members. I think the reason is that in many places it's tough to come out as an atheist.
Michael, when my heart stopped I didn't see and St. Pete or devil waiting for me, how about you?
Comment by Jo Jerome on March 21, 2010 at 11:50am
Scott, Pete, Michael ... Welcome!

Michael, Ouch! Take care of those cracked bones. And personally, I've found that asking the nurse in charge of the morphine for relief to be far more effective than asking gawd for relief.
Comment by Michael J. Maloney on March 20, 2010 at 8:20am
Sitting here in a leg cast, recovering from two fractured ankle bones and nursing a spate of road rash - due to a collision with a cage, I began exploring for Atheist Bikers and sure nuff, here I am.

A week or so ago, my 1976 FLH Harley Davidson ElectraGlide pinned me to the pavement. Despite the pain, I did not once so much as entertain the idea of asking gawd for relief.

A year ago, I learned of a brain tumor the size of a walnut had to be surgically removed from my noggin'. Of course, many family, friends and associates praid for me. I thanked them for their concern, but never once believed their efforts would have anything influence on my chance of recovery. Not once did I reach out to a deity for support or relief.

Several years ago I had a cardiac arrest. I was deader then dry battery in the middle of winter. After being shocked and banged back to life, not once did I extend thanks to anyone or any thing other than the tending physicians.

I guess you could call me a foxhole atheist.

I was born a nontheist and after realizing I had been brained washed since birth to believe in myths, I began self-deprogramming to get my life back. It now belongs to me again. Man, it feels great.

Well, the ankle don't feel so great.

Nice meeting Y'all.
Comment by Pete Watson on March 13, 2010 at 11:57pm
'04 GoldWing with a matching Bushtec cargo trailer. Neither my wife nor I have any need for gods. The universe is far too complex for the simple, lazy answers. We have one life and it's short, but it's enough if enjoyed completely. Let's ride.
Comment by Scott Musselman on March 12, 2010 at 3:05pm
new member here - Sportster custom 1200c
Comment by Morgal on February 2, 2010 at 10:50pm
Sweet, ride a VFR 800 here, managed to ride from central Alberta, down to Yellow Stone Park and even hit Bike Week in Sturgis in 06.
Be intresting to see some planed rides for the NW states.
Comment by Jo Jerome on February 2, 2010 at 10:42pm
I think it is open to all bikers. Someone started a second, more generic biker group a while back, but then disbanded it since this one had started first.

I for one favor the rice burner. ;-)

Welcome Morgal!
Comment by Morgal on February 2, 2010 at 10:34pm
Gotta say can you open this to all bikers?
Comment by Jo Jerome on February 1, 2010 at 7:27pm
Does a 150cc scooter count? :)....It's blue....haha

Riding my 50cc scooter home one evening, stopped at a stop light, and a car full of young guys next to me started snickering. One of them stopped his buddies; "Hey, it's got two wheels and an engine. She's cool."

So yeah, I'd say your 150cc scooter very much counts!
Comment by Granolamonster on January 30, 2010 at 5:14am
Does a 150cc scooter count? :)....It's blue....haha

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