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No, we are not focused on any single brand of motorcycle. In fact, our club’s founding members included at least three members who each owned a different motorcycle dealership.
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The terminology is left over from the days before motorized conveyances, where to „drive“ horses or cattle was to induce them to move in a desired direction. People „rode“ horses by sitting on them.
Not in the Southern United States! There, “guy/guys” is still considered a male usage, reserved for addressing a strictly male audience in an informal setting. Using it towards or in reference to a mixed or all-female group will get the speaker some strange looks in return.
Originally, the term referred to motorcycle clubs not sanctioned by and, therefore, not obeying the laws of the AMA, American Motorcycling Association. After members of some of those clubs made the news due to their criminal exploits, the term got a more broad association with disobeying the law.