The Bro Wave...ugggghh. Why do people feel it necessary to do the Bro Wave to every person they see riding a motorcycle? I mean really, when I'm in my car I don't wave to every other person in a car. I don't get it. Are you so excited about being on a bike that you feel the need to wave at everyone else on a bike and feel some sort of brotherhood? It reminds me of a dog that's so excited to see someone when they come home, that it jumps up and down and pisses all over the floor.
Since we waved at each other, are we now "Bros"? Are you gonna lend me a $100 and I'll get it back to you whenever? My own real brother wouldn't even do that. Are you now gonna come over and help me replace crank pins and rebalance flywheels, when you have enough trouble trying to find the oil filter on your own bike? Maybe I'll wave back if I know you, but chances are that if you're my friend, I'm probably already riding with you. (Or you're at the Wizard's Duel, HA!)
I'll tell you what, when there's a foot of snow on the ground and it's 15 degrees out, I'll wave back at someone else has the sack to ride in weather like that. That's out of respect though. We're still not "Bros".