What others say about the bike is what makes the bike and the project all worth while. I have total strangers approach me initially commenting on the bike, but the conversation will quickly shift to a personal story. It might be over a love one in the military or someone they know that served. At times, it will be a fallen hero. I am always so honored to have them share their story. I will stand and talk as long as they want. No matter what time schedule I am on, my time becomes theirs as long as they wish to share their story. I am fully aware it is because of the bike. The bike acts as a bridge between myself and a total stranger. The bike becomes the glue for making a friendships. “What do other people say about my motorcycle”? The real question is – “What is it about the motorcycle, that compels people to share a moment of their life?” Whatever it is, I hope the bike never looses it. The reaction has been so positive I formed Project Patriot Bikes and I exhibit the bikes at veteran appreciate events and other patriotic venues.