I read an interesting essay on Facebook the other day.  It was written by a member of the SFMC and shared by my friend Big Dave Ervin, formerly of Gorilla Customs in Livingston Parish.  (Sadly, the COVID-19 pandemic took its toll on Gorilla Customs, as it did with so many small businesses.)

The essay was about the impact the TV show, “Sons of Anarchy,” had on the motorcycling community, and it got me to thinking about how motorcyclists have been perceived by the general public.

I think Honda did the most to change the image of the motorcyclist back in 1962 with their ad campaign, “You Meet the Nicest People on a Honda.”  I thought it would be fun to relive their TV commercials, and I was lucky enough to find a compilation of them.  Enjoy!


Be safe out there.