I recently sat along our town's main cruising street and counted how many motorcycles went by. 15 in an hour. That's up from when gas was cheaper! We'll see about when winter gets here, though.
One of my professors has a Triumph 900, the classic-looking one. He wants to get rid of it. He wants to trade for a Harley. I don't have a Harley. It's still his.
One of the security guards nearly took his own head off on his sportbike of unknown bloodline by coming screaming around a corner and almost clipping the No Parking sign.
On my way home, a very nicely done cafe racer that looked like a modern-parts Vincent passed me on the highway.
On the way across town, we were at a light next to a long, low, and loud chopper, with an ultradetailed paintjob.
A few months ago, we were at a light when a '24 Harley went by on the cross street.
I have a bike that can move under it's own power, which you have all seen if you've read about my custom seat at https://www.instructables.com/id/Build_a_motorcycle_seat/
Seven Road Kings
Five scooters, two of which were of the sewing-machine, park-on-the-sidewalk-and-piss-us-all-off sort
"And a partridge in a pear tree"