When Harley, Hog, and Heaven burn in Hell (Hardcover)
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Motorcycling, just like any other special activity, has its own vocabulary. It's slang might make you sound like a veteran rider and give you helpful tips, like what to know when you need to tune your motorcycle. Many unofficial glossaries were created by those who travel on "twos" to teach people the lingo of the road. Learning this language might not only bring you a new level of enjoyment, but it also could ensure your safety. Motorcycle Clubs are rich in history and tradition. One of those traditions is the wearing of a 1%er patch on our vests and referring to ourselves as a 1%er club. The 1%er definition as we see it is one that explains our commitment to Biking and Brotherhood. We ride our motorcycles everyday rain or shine. In addition to that we belong to a Brotherhood that we are able to combine with our day to day lives.
About the Author
Eike "Ike" Waltz was born in Frankfurt am Main, Germany and is married to Sheila Halligan-Waltz. Waltz attended Business Middle School in Germany and was a part of the Maschienenbau apprenticeship in Germany. He is also a trained classical ballet dancer and has performed across Augsburg, Munich, Wuppertal, Hamburg, Paris, Berlin. He published his first collection of poems "Gänseblümchen" (Dandelions) in 1963 in Munich. He attended Academy for Graphic, Printing, and Advertising in Berlin. He also attended London College of Printing, UK and Royal College of Art (MdesRCA) – master's in engineering design and sculpture in the UK. Waltz also has Sculpture exhibitions in London, UK. In 1997, and throughout the USA since 2004. he became a U.S Citizen and has also published 4 other books, "I hate history as it repeats itself", "Wait a 2nd", and "The incredibly painful Slit-Fit-Chair" He is an IEC Award winner and Hall of Famer VME International Trade Association.