WASHINGTON, D.C. -- A new study by the National Motorcycle Research Administration (NMRA) has researchers baffled. The study found that every gas station has at least one old man who rode motorcycles in his youth.
“We expected most gas stations to have an eldery ex-biker roaming around the pumps,” said Morgan Hu, lead researcher for the study. “But nobody thought that 100% of all gas stations would be overrun by these chatty seniors.”
Researchers aren’t sure as to why gas stations are such a hot spot for these gentlemen, but they do have some theories.
“We think the smell of gasoline causes most of them to relive the days when their bikes were the only things that occasionally leaked.”