So here I am going home and I see a bike off the side of the road and a guy Kneeling beside it. I pull over to see if he needs helps. He has a 1974 Harley and he felt the injectors fouled on him because it was running very rough. He was waiting for his wife to bring some tooks so he could take a cover off and fix the issue.
I happened to have a couple with me and provided them to him. He was able to get the cover off and sure enough it was a pluged injector..
I was about to leave when he thanks me and says "I have been on the side of the road for about 20 minutes before you showed up and in that time five (5) Harley riders drove past me and didn't stop to offer assistance." He then said "They are a bunch of credit card riders". This made me laugh, so I asked him what that meant. He said "it's riders who buy their bikes with a credit card and only drive it in good weather to show off." He told me things have changed, in the old days if you saw a fellow rider on the side of the road you would stop to offer help if they needed it.
Now this guy had a few hard miles on him, and I have no doubt he is a sted fast Harley fan, but I am pretty sure he has a different opinion of the non Harley riders now.