Why do bikers have whips?

What’s the point of a get back whip?

I’ve seen references made to their original use being to display bike club colors and to use in case of an “emergency” and others have referred to them as a way to alert other drivers of your presence. Many websites reference these items as decorative additions to your bike.

What does it mean when a motorcyclist taps his head?

High Beams On—When a rider taps their head, it is usually to indicate that high beams are on. In some groups, it can be used to mean that there are cops ahead. Debris on Road—If a rider shakes his leg, it is usually meant to tell the riders behind him that there is debris coming up ahead on that side of the road.

What’s the difference between an MC and an MCC?

An MCC is a motorcycle club. Members are people who have an interest in motorcycling. There are a (very) few MCCs who wear backpatches with permission from their local MC and will usually have an affiliation with them or have declared support of them. They will usually wear a badge showing this.

What does it mean if you see a motorcycle rider smacking his helmet?

Like the tapping on top of the helmet, taking a foot off and waving it for a moment off to the side of the bike is a signal that motorcycle riders use. In most cases, it is a way to say “thank you” to someone behind you that you just passed, typically when they are on a slower moving bike, and they moved over for you.

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