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Independence Day Is Next Week Are You Ready to Show Your Patriotism?

Independence Day isn’t just a movie, and a good sci-fi thriller it was, it’s a national holiday celebrating what? It celebrates the Declaration of Independence, adopted on July 4, 1776. The Thirteen Colonies of America declared themselves to be states and no longer part of the British Empire, though the revolutionary war continued for some time after. (We will visit the who, what, when, where, and why of The 4th of July later this week.) Many people show their Patriotism during this day and we at AMERiders are no exception. We want to help you show your patriotism with a few pieces of gear we have available.

Patriotic Vests

Next, to a helmet and boots, a bikers vest is important, it is a billboard to where he has been and who he is. At AMERiders we understand this and want to help hold to that tradition with our large collection of Motorcycle Vests. We have many styles and types of vests from leather to denim and if you need a bit of help with concealment we have some Concealed Carry vests as well. Regardless of whether you want your vest to come with patches already in place or plain to add your own, we have the vest to fit your style. We even have vests that come ready to wear with the Live To Ride® brand embroidered cloth patch already sewn in place. On Independence Day show off your patriotism with our Patriotic vests like these….

Men’s Leather Vest With USA Flag
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Men’s Leather Vest With USA Flag

Our Men’s Leather Vest With USA Flag is made from top grade genuine leather, the way it should be. The vest includes multiple pockets, the interior is lined for the most comfort. Snap it on with the 4 snaps in the front for the easiest in opening and closing. You will be surprised to find out how many pockets there are. Leather, asphalt and the freedom on the road; the things that makeup both this vest as well as this country.Support your country. Ride with America on your back. Don’t just say you support this great country of The United States of America, show that you support it.

Rock Design Genuine Buffalo Leather Concealed Carry Vest with Patches
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Rock Design Genuine Buffalo Leather Concealed Carry Vest with Patches

Our Rock Design Genuine Buffalo Leather Concealed Carry Vest with Patches has the features that you’re looking for in a stylish vest you will love. Do you believe in your right to carry? Most people do! There is that problem of how to carry it when you’re on your bike though unless you’re on a big touring bike. Well here is the solution.Besides having chrome plated genuine brass buffalo snaps, side laces and 2 interior gun pockets with 1 interchangeable holster. It also includes patches and who doesn’t love patches!  Show your Patriotism with the extra Large Eagle Patch on the Back of this gorgeous vest.

The patches included are Extra Large Eagle Flag; BIKERS AGAINST DUMB DRIVERS; I’M THE PERSON YOUR PARENTS WARNED YOU ABOUT!; All I want is a little more than I’ll ever get!; IT’S NOT THE SPEED, IT’S THE SUDDEN STOPS! … just to name a few and there are more. There is the ever popular Live To Ride® brand embroidered cloth patches are included and already sewn in place as are the other patches.

Patriotic Motorcycle Accessories

Customize your ride with quality motorcycle accessories that any biker would appreciate. AMERiders gives bikers a variety of motorcycle luggage, bags, and other accessories to add some style to your bike. Our sissy bar bags, windshield bags, swing arm bags, and saddlebags are excellent additions to any bike to increase carrying capacity. We also have other essential accessories for a truly customized ride such as good luck motorcycle bells, cup holders, mirrors, flags, tank covers, and much more. What is more Patriotic than riding around with a Flag on your bike?

USA flag and motorcycle flagpole mount
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USA flag and motorcycle flagpole mount

Let your patriotism for our nation show on the road with our USA flag and motorcycle flagpole mount. It Features a 100% 2-ply polyester flag and chrome-plated steel pole. The Adjustable mounting bracket fits most motorcycles. The Flag measures 6″ x 9″ and its Pole measures 13″The  Limited lifetime warranty is on the pole only. What better way to ride and carry the flag on Independence day than this?

Stainless Steel USA Flag Motorcycle Cup Holder
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USA Flag Motorcycle Cup Holder

On Independence, Day Riders need to stay hydrated just as much as anyone else does, and with our Stainless Steel USA Flag Motorcycle Cup Holder, they can do just that. Features adjustable clamp to easily attach to motorcycle or bike, foam cup insert and hex key wrench plus extra screw. Fits both 1″ and 1-1/4″ handlebars.

Patriotic Headwear

Make a bold statement, and keep your dome warm on the open road with AMERiders’ selection of motorcycle headwear, including stylish and functional options for every biker. Boasting designs that will show off your style and get you noticed in a crowd. Our balaclavas and motorcycle face masks for men and women are not only good for providing warmth in cold weather, they will also add a layer of unique style to your biker apparel. You can also find a selection of doo rags to keep your doo looking good and in place with a variety of colors and designs to appeal to your tastes. On Independence Day we have a few of these items that can help you show your patriotism in style.

American Flag Do-Rag Flydanna
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American Flag Do-Rag Flydanna

Our American Flag Do-Rag Flydanna is the perfect accessory to have to show your patriotism! This bandanna, cut into 6 panels and sewn into a headwrap, with a tail and ties at the back.Regardless of what you call it: Do-rag, Doo-rag, Durag, or a Du-rag, one thing is for sure, if you are a biker, these cotton head wraps are a perfect way to protect the investment in your helmet and look stylish at the same time

It is designed to sit securely on the head using the attached ties, allowing one size to fit all. Flydannas are great under a helmet as a moisture barrier as they help to isolate grease and sweat from helmet liners. Even if you don’t ride a motorcycle, these coverings can be used to keep the sweat and hair out of your eyes. Even chefs, doctors, nurses, and athletes sporting these do-rag sweet accessories.

Why not wear this Doo-Rag on Independence Day to show your American patriotism. This Doo-Rag tells the world: You love your country!

USA Flag Cotton Bandana is a 3-IN-1 Headband
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USA Flag Cotton Bandana is a 3-IN-1 Headband

Our USA Flag Cotton Bandana is a 3-IN-1 Headband system from  ZANheadgear®. This 3-IN-1 Headband system is a prewashed 100% cotton bandanna with an adjustable Velcro closure. Comfortable and easy to use and wear.Wear it as a headband, neckerchief or skullcap to protect against elements. Wear it however you desire. This is an ideal accessory for motocross riders, snowboarders, motorcycle enthusiasts, and construction workers alike. Plus it is the perfect accessory to wear on Independence Day.

What else?

Well there is plenty more items that we at AMERiders have for you to wear on Independance Day next week just hop on over and take a look and find the perfect item to express your patriotism.

~And as always….

~Live Free Ride Hard~

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~AMERiders

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Let AMERiders help you celebrate Independence Day and Show your Patriotism with our large selection of Motorcycle Gear and Apparel.

And as always don’t forget to send us your stories, pictures, and events for posting to GALLERY.AMERIDERS @ GMAIL.COM  and we will post them for you. The more people that know about your event the better and we are offering free advertising. We would also love to hear about your rides and love to see those bikes so send those stories and pictures.

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Since You Geared up Bear in Mind for Your Epic Ride That Sweet Motorcycle of Yours Needs to Be Geared up as Well.

AMERiders wants to remind you that Since You Geared up to Bear in Mind for Your Epic Ride That Sweet Motorcycle of Yours Needs to Be Geared up as Well. After you gear up it is important for that Epic ride this summer to ensure that you have some gear on your ride that will help carry what you need. We have a variety of motorcycle luggage, and other accessories to add some style to your bike. Our sissy bar bags, windshield bags, swing arm bags, and saddlebags are excellent additions to any bike to increase carrying capacity. We also have other essential accessories for a truly customized ride such as Guardian bells, cup holders, mirrors, flags, tank covers, and much more. Below we want to give you a few suggestions of what we have to offer.

Luggage
Sweet Motorcycle
6pc Heavy-Duty Waterproof Motorcycle Bag Set

Long hauls can be difficult to pack for which is why we carry a variety of different styles and sizes of luggage from windshield bag, sissy bar bag, tool bag, saddlebags, and more. We sell these separately and of course in sets like this 6pc Heavy-Duty Waterproof Motorcycle Bag Set, this gorgeous PVC heavy duty studded saddle bags by Diamond Plate are just what the doctor ordered for you. It also features a windshield bag, sissy bar bag, tool bag, barrel bag, and a pair of  14-1/2″ x 12-1/2″ x 7-5/8″ saddlebags. They are a universal fit for most bikes and have not only chrome studs but quick release buckles as well. Just imagine that set on your sweet bike, I can and I bet it would look amazing.

Saddles Bags
Sweet Motorcycle
PVC Motorcycle Saddlebag UV Protected

Have all of your essential gear and accessories within reach in a premium quality motorcycle saddlebag. At AMERiders we have a large selection of top-rated leather and PVC saddlebags for a variety of motorcycles. Our saddlebags feature the highest quality construction to withstand the rigors of the road. With secure enclosures, metal studded designs, and ample storage space, our saddlebags are the perfect motorcycle bag for bikers who need a little extra storage room.

Deck out your Sweet Motorcycle in this set of PVC Motorcycle Saddlebag UV Protected features a zip-off bag with Heavy Duty Velcro Cover and Lock, is universally fitting to most bikes, Includes a hard sheet inside the box with 4 pockets, a Heavy Duty Quick Release , is 100% Waterproof , is UV protected and it will not turn white in extreme heat and will Hold its Shape, 4 Tie down ribbons on each side for extra security. Please note that this is Not a cooler bag, and Not intended to be used with water & ice.

Grips and Cushions For Comfort
Sweet Motorcycle
Genuine Sheepskin Motorcycle Seat Cushion

Long rides can become uncomfortable for not only the rider but the passenger as well when you want comfort AMERIders has a selection of Grips and Cushions for your Motorcycle that are not only comfortable but stylish as well. Our Motorcycle Grips are made from genuine leather and will attach to brake and clutch. To keep your seat comfortable we have many Motorcycle Seat Cushions or pads that will ensure that your ride and your passenger’s ride is much more comfortable on your Sweet Motorcycle.

Check out this Genuine Sheepskin Motorcycle Seat Cushion, and have some more comfort in your ride.It features a untrimmed sheepskin cushion with straps and buckles to help attach it to the existing motorcycle seat. It fits most cruiser-style motorcycles. Seat not included.

Don’t get lost or lose your phone with our GPS or Phone Accessories
Sweet Motorcycle
Motorcycle Magnetic Cell Phone & GPS Holder Tank Bag

Losing your phone or not having it close at hand can be frustrating, to say the least, which is why AMERiders offers a wide range of Motorcycle Cell Phone Accessories to help keep your cell phone within easy reach. Our Cell Phone Holders, are adjustable, or magnetically mounted depending on your preference, and for those of you that get lost or prefer NOT to get lost, we have a few GPS Phone Holders as well to help keep you from getting lost.

This handy Motorcycle Magnetic Cell Phone & GPS Holder Tank Bag is a beast of a Magnetic cell phone or GPS holder featuring a clear plastic window that allows interaction w/ device without removal of the device. It also has 4 strong magnets that stay in place on all metal gas tanks or another metal surface, and the Non-skid material on back that also keeps the device from overheating.

So, don’t forget

Your Sweet Motorcycle needs some love to just like protecting yourself, protecting what you carry with you is also important and at AMERiders we want to ensure that your safety is number one as well as what you carry with you.

~And as always….

~Live Free Ride Hard~

Sweet Motorcycle

 

 

 

 

~AMERiders

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Let AMERiders help gear up your Sweet Motorcycle with our stylish selection of Motorcycle Accessories.

And as always don’t forget to send us your stories, pictures, and events for posting to GALLERY.AMERIDERS @ GMAIL.COM  and we will post them for you. The more people that know about your event the better and we are offering free advertising. We would also love to hear about your rides and love to see those bikes so send those stories and pictures.

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Get Geared up for Riding next Year with Affordable Prices

It’s almost 2017 which means it is time to Get Geared up for Riding next Year and at AMERiders you can do that easily with our Affordable Prices. If you didn’t get the gear you wanted for Christmas give yourself a late Christmas present with our reasonably priced apparel, gear, and helmets.

Affordable Prices
What’s your gear like? 

Finding great gear at affordable prices is never easy, however, we at AMERiders try to make it easy for you. Our prices are comparable to other sites and sometimes much lower. So if you’re looking for great items to replace some or all of your gear for next year check out or reasonably priced items. Like the ones below.’

Helmets

A motorcycle helmet is the best and last line of defense for every biker, and we have a huge selection of SNELL and DOT approved biker helmets from top brands. From Full to Modular, ladies and youth we have them all. Including a few novelty helmets.

Affordable Prices
DOT Full Face Skull Pile Motorcycle Helmet

Our Gun Metal Skull Pile Graphic Rodia Full Face Motorcycle helmet is not only DOT approved, it offers excellent rider comfort. It has a plush interior with dual position padding, as well as chin and forehead ventilation for increased airflow. This helmet not only has sick looking skull pile graphics on it, it is made from a  Lightweight fiberglass construction.  Packed with a few features such as a silicone flush-mounted shield, padded neck roll and replaceable brushed nylon interior and much more. All in a DOT approved helmet that looks as good as it feels.

Affordable Prices
Polo Helmet Lady Rider Silver

Ladies, we didn’t forget you, our Caliber Series “EX” polo style half helmet is ONE of the best DOT Polo Motorcycle Helmets money can buy—and one of the LIGHTEST to boot.This helmet is perfect for the lady that wants some style around her helmet. Once again Caliber Helmets takes the game to whole other level. For 2007 Caliber has introduced its’ popular D.O.T. Polo in Silver Lady Rider with a clear coated glitter pink rose design on both sides. This Lady Rider “EX” model is one of the most beautiful designs that we have ever seen in a production line HELMET. That is because of Caliber’s attention to detail, comfort, fit, and finish is what sets them apart from the industry.

Apparel

Set off on your next ride with quality biker apparel that offers both protection and style. We carry premium motorcycle apparel for men, women, and kids to help protect from nasty spills and the outside elements. Don’t forget about our selection of top-rated biker gloves for every type of rider. Here are just a few of items that we have in stock.

Affordable Prices
Men’s Plain Vest With POW

Our Men’s Plain Vest With POW is made from top grade leather showing the unimaginable quality of workmanship of this garment. There is no comparison, this is a great addition to the riding lifestyle. Displaying the red POW logo on the front and back. It shows that you respect people who put their lives on the line for freedom. Everything with this vest just shows that it’s fitting, slim and comfortable. Giving you 2 inside pockets and 2 front pockets, you’ll have space to spare.

Affordable Prices
Ladies Genuine Buffalo Leather Motorcycle Jacket

Our Ladies Genuine Buffalo Leather Motorcycle Jacket is a beautiful jacket that any lady would love to wear, and is a great starter jacket to fill with your favorite patches.It consists of hundreds of individual pieces of hand selected buffalo leather that are stitched together to create a contouring fit. This stitching process takes several hours of additional production time but the end result is a jacket that is well worth it!

Affordable Prices
Kids Leather Jacket

Our Kids Leather Jacket is a great jacket to start off your little biker with. It is made from Top Grade Genuine Leather and will make them feel like they are one of the pack. This jacket is also great protection from as well.

Last but certainly not least show your bike some love too.

Show your bike some love with one of our items from our for the bike sectionWe have many items that your bike will thank you for. Check out a few of the items below.

Affordable Prices
Motorcycle Sissy Bar Bag Trunk With Skull

Our Motorcycle Sissy Bar Bag Trunk With Skull features reflective skulls on the top of the bag, is made out of durable PVC material it also comes with a rain cover.

Affordable Prices
10 Motorcycle Tool Bag With UV Protection

If you have a great sissy bar bag already, maybe you need one of our toolbags instead? Like our 10 Motorcycle Tool Bag With UV Protection is universal fitting for most bikes, includes a hard sheet inside the bag, features a heavy duty quick release, is 100% waterproof as well as being UV protected to keep it from turning white in extreme heat and will hold its shape for many rides to come.

 

Regardless of what you’re riding gear needs are, chances are we have it available at affordable prices. Look us up and if you have questions we will definitely answer them.

~And as always….

~Live Free Ride Hard~

Affordable Prices

 

 

 

 

~AMERiders

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Let AMERiders help you gear up for the new year with our Affordable Prices.

And as always don’t forget to send us your stories, pictures and events for posting to GALLERY.AMERIDERS @ GMAIL.COM  and we will post them for you. The more people that know about your event the better and we are offering free advertising. We would also love to hear about your rides and love to see those bikes so send those stories and pictures.

Like what you just read? Share it on social media with others and let them get the information and benefit from it as well.

12th Day of Christmas, 12 Days of Christmas Origin & Meaning Continued.

On the 10th Day of Christmas, AMERiders brings to you the 12 Days of Christmas and its Origin & Meaning Continued. We continue today with the 9th verse in the song. But before we do we want to thank everyone that shopped with us during our Winter Holiday Event.

To remind you the idea for these posts came to us because the boss loves the song and just loves to drive us nuts singing it. Yes, we’ve done the research and we know this starts on the 25th of December, but however you know that we at AMERIders are not normal so we are going to start this the 12 days before Christmas.  We apologize if what follows offends anyone it is not our intention just information that we found online.

Recap of Origin

In England, between 1558 and 1829, it was not legal for Catholics to practice their kind of Christianity in public or private. Being a Catholic was treated as a bad crime. If you even owned a Catholic Bible, you could be put in prison! Catholics were stopped from worshipping because King Henry VIII fell out with the Catholic Church and started his own ‘Protestant’ Church (what is now the Church of England). There were many people who were still Catholics and they worshiped in secret.

‘The Twelve Days of Christmas’ was written in England at the beginning of this time. Some people think that it was written to help children learn about their Catholic religion. In the carol, the days are supposed to represent special symbols and have hidden meanings, because it was illegal to have anything in writing that would indicate that you were a Catholic.

But there’s NO evidence that this is true and it seems most likely just to be a folk song and that the special ‘Catholic’ meanings were added at a MUCH later date!

Variations of the lyrics

The earliest known version of the lyrics was published under the title “The Twelve Days of Christmas sung at King Pepin’s Ball”, as part of a 1780 children’s book, Mirth without Mischief. Subsequent versions have shown considerable variation:

-In the earliest versions, the word “On” is not present at the beginning of each verse—for example, the first verse begins simply “The first day of Christmas”. “On” was added in Austin’s 1909 version, and became very popular thereafter.

-In the early versions, “my true love sent” me the gifts. However, a 20th-century variant has “my true love gave to me”; this wording has become particularly common in North America.

-The 1780 version has “four colly birds”—”colly” being a regional English expression for “black”. This wording must have been opaque to many even in the 19th century: “canary birds”, “colored birds”, “curly birds”, and “Corley birds” are found in its place. Frederic Austin’s 1909 version, which introduced the now-standard melody, also altered the fourth day’s gift to four “calling” birds, and this variant has become the most popular, although “colly” is still found.

-The “five gold rings” may become “five golden rings”, especially in North America. In the standard melody, this change enables singers to fit one syllable per musical note.

-The gifts associated with the final four days are often reordered. For example, the Pipers may be on the ninth day rather than the eleventh.

Song verse explanation.

Also, all the symbols can be used by Protestants and other Christians, not just by Catholics! There was another song called ‘A New Dial’ (also called ‘In Those Twelve Days’), which goes back as far as at least 1625, which gave religious meanings to the 12 Days of Christmas, but NOT so people could practice their faith is secret. If you’d like to know more about this, please go to the 12 Days of Christmas page on snopes.com

12th Day of Christmas
The 12th Day of Christmas, my true love gave to me twelve drummers drumming

On The 12th Day of Christmas, my true love gave to me ‘twelve drummers drumming’ were the twelve disciples of Jesus (They could also mean the twelve points of the Apostles’ Creed!)

This is also one of the days of verses where things can start to get mixed up depended on the year or origin that the verse is being sung from. More information on this can be found here.

Other information.

The 12 Days of Christmas are now most famous as a song about someone receiving lots of presents from their ‘true love’. However, to get to the song there had to be the days to start with!

The 12 Days of Christmas start on Christmas Day and last until the evening of the 5th January – also known as Twelfth Night. The 12 Days have been celebrated in Europe since before the middle ages and were a time of celebration.

Each of the 12 Days traditionally is celebrated with a feast day for a saint and/or have different celebrations: Day 12 (5th January also known as Epiphany Eve): St. John Neumann who was the first Bishop in American. He lived in the 19th century.

We hope you have enjoyed our 12 Days of Christmas informational, and have a great and safe holiday.

~And as always….

~Live Free Ride Hard~

~AMERiders
12th Day of Christmas

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Let AMERiders help you with your stocking stuffers and gifts for the 10th Day of Christmas.

And as always don’t forget to send us your stories, pictures and events for posting to GALLERY.AMERIDERS @ GMAIL.COM  and we will post them for you. The more people that know about your event the better and we are offering free advertising. We would also love to hear about your rides and love to see those bikes so send those stories and pictures.

Like what you just read? Share it on social media with others and let them get the information and benefit from it as well.

11th Day of Christmas, 12 Days of Christmas Origin & Meaning Continued.

On the 11th Day of Christmas, AMERiders brings to you the 12 Days of Christmas and its Origin & Meaning Continued. We continue today with the 11th verse in the song. But before we do we want to thank everyone that shopped with us during our Winter Holiday Event.

To remind you the idea for these posts came to us because the boss loves the song and just loves to drive us nuts singing it. Yes, we’ve done the research and we know this starts on the 25th of December, but however you know that we at AMERIders are not normal so we are going to start this the 12 days before Christmas.  We apologize if what follows offends anyone it is not our intention just information that we found online.

Recap of Origin

In England, between 1558 and 1829, it was not legal for Catholics to practice their kind of Christianity in public or private. Being a Catholic was treated as a bad crime. If you even owned a Catholic Bible, you could be put in prison! Catholics were stopped from worshipping because King Henry VIII fell out with the Catholic Church and started his own ‘Protestant’ Church (what is now the Church of England). There were many people who were still Catholics and they worshiped in secret.

‘The Twelve Days of Christmas’ was written in England at the beginning of this time. Some people think that it was written to help children learn about their Catholic religion. In the carol, the days are supposed to represent special symbols and have hidden meanings, because it was illegal to have anything in writing that would indicate that you were a Catholic.

But there’s NO evidence that this is true and it seems most likely just to be a folk song and that the special ‘Catholic’ meanings were added at a MUCH later date!

Variations of the lyrics

The earliest known version of the lyrics was published under the title “The Twelve Days of Christmas sung at King Pepin’s Ball”, as part of a 1780 children’s book, Mirth without Mischief. Subsequent versions have shown considerable variation:

-In the earliest versions, the word “On” is not present at the beginning of each verse—for example, the first verse begins simply “The first day of Christmas”. “On” was added in Austin’s 1909 version, and became very popular thereafter.

-In the early versions, “my true love sent” me the gifts. However, a 20th-century variant has “my true love gave to me”; this wording has become particularly common in North America.

-The 1780 version has “four colly birds”—”colly” being a regional English expression for “black”. This wording must have been opaque to many even in the 19th century: “canary birds”, “colored birds”, “curly birds”, and “Corley birds” are found in its place. Frederic Austin’s 1909 version, which introduced the now-standard melody, also altered the fourth day’s gift to four “calling” birds, and this variant has become the most popular, although “colly” is still found.

-The “five gold rings” may become “five golden rings”, especially in North America. In the standard melody, this change enables singers to fit one syllable per musical note.

-The gifts associated with the final four days are often reordered. For example, the Pipers may be on the ninth day rather than the eleventh.

Song verse explanation.

Also, all the symbols can be used by Protestants and other Christians, not just by Catholics! There was another song called ‘A New Dial’ (also called ‘In Those Twelve Days’), which goes back as far as at least 1625, which gave religious meanings to the 12 Days of Christmas, but NOT so people could practice their faith is secret. If you’d like to know more about this, please go to the 12 Days of Christmas page on snopes.com

11th Day of Christmas
The 11th Day of Christmas, my true love gave to me eleven pipers piping

On The 11th Day of Christmas, my true love gave to me ‘eleven pipers piping’ represent eleven thousand [meaning a lot of people] who had been martyred (killed) for the Christian faith. (The pipers piping could also mean the eleven faithful disciples of Jesus.)

This is also one of the days of verses where things can start to get mixed up depended on the year or origin that the verse is being sung from. More information on this can be found here.

Other information.

The 12 Days of Christmas are now most famous as a song about someone receiving lots of presents from their ‘true love’. However, to get to the song there had to be the days to start with!

The 12 Days of Christmas start on Christmas Day and last until the evening of the 5th January – also known as Twelfth Night. The 12 Days have been celebrated in Europe since before the middle ages and were a time of celebration.

Each of the 12 Days traditionally is celebrated with a feast day for a saint and/or have different celebrations: Day 11 (4th January): St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, the first American saint, who lived in the 18th and 19th centuries. In the past, it also celebrated the feast of Saint Simon Stylites (who lives on a small platform on the top of a pillar for 37 years!)

Stay tuned for tomorrow for our continuation with the very last verse of the 12 Days of Christmas.

~And as always….

~Live Free Ride Hard~

~AMERiders
11th Day of Christmas

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Let AMERiders help you with your stocking stuffers and gifts for the 11th Day of Christmas.

And as always don’t forget to send us your stories, pictures and events for posting to GALLERY.AMERIDERS @ GMAIL.COM  and we will post them for you. The more people that know about your event the better and we are offering free advertising. We would also love to hear about your rides and love to see those bikes so send those stories and pictures.

Like what you just read? Share it on social media with others and let them get the information and benefit from it as well.

10th Day of Christmas, 12 Days of Christmas Origin & Meaning Continued.

On the 10th Day of Christmas, AMERiders brings to you the 12 Days of Christmas and its Origin & Meaning Continued. We continue today with the 10th verse in the song. But before we do we want to thank everyone that shopped with us during our Winter Holiday Event.

To remind you the idea for these posts came to us because the boss loves the song and just loves to drive us nuts singing it. Yes, we’ve done the research and we know this starts on the 25th of December, but however you know that we at AMERIders are not normal so we are going to start this the 12 days before Christmas.  We apologize if what follows offends anyone it is not our intention just information that we found online.

Recap of Origin

In England, between 1558 and 1829, it was not legal for Catholics to practice their kind of Christianity in public or private. Being a Catholic was treated as a bad crime. If you even owned a Catholic Bible, you could be put in prison! Catholics were stopped from worshipping because King Henry VIII fell out with the Catholic Church and started his own ‘Protestant’ Church (what is now the Church of England). There were many people who were still Catholics and they worshiped in secret.

‘The Twelve Days of Christmas’ was written in England at the beginning of this time. Some people think that it was written to help children learn about their Catholic religion. In the carol, the days are supposed to represent special symbols and have hidden meanings, because it was illegal to have anything in writing that would indicate that you were a Catholic.

But there’s NO evidence that this is true and it seems most likely just to be a folk song and that the special ‘Catholic’ meanings were added at a MUCH later date!

Variations of the lyrics

The earliest known version of the lyrics was published under the title “The Twelve Days of Christmas sung at King Pepin’s Ball”, as part of a 1780 children’s book, Mirth without Mischief. Subsequent versions have shown considerable variation:

-In the earliest versions, the word “On” is not present at the beginning of each verse—for example, the first verse begins simply “The first day of Christmas”. “On” was added in Austin’s 1909 version, and became very popular thereafter.

-In the early versions, “my true love sent” me the gifts. However, a 20th-century variant has “my true love gave to me”; this wording has become particularly common in North America.

-The 1780 version has “four colly birds”—”colly” being a regional English expression for “black”. This wording must have been opaque to many even in the 19th century: “canary birds”, “colored birds”, “curly birds”, and “Corley birds” are found in its place. Frederic Austin’s 1909 version, which introduced the now-standard melody, also altered the fourth day’s gift to four “calling” birds, and this variant has become the most popular, although “colly” is still found.

-The “five gold rings” may become “five golden rings”, especially in North America. In the standard melody, this change enables singers to fit one syllable per musical note.

-The gifts associated with the final four days are often reordered. For example, the Pipers may be on the ninth day rather than the eleventh.

Song verse explanation.

Also, all the symbols can be used by Protestants and other Christians, not just by Catholics! There was another song called ‘A New Dial’ (also called ‘In Those Twelve Days’), which goes back as far as at least 1625, which gave religious meanings to the 12 Days of Christmas, but NOT so people could practice their faith is secret. If you’d like to know more about this, please go to the 12 Days of Christmas page on snopes.com

10th Day of Christmas
On The 10th Day of Christmas, my true love gave to me ten lords a-leaping

On The 10th Day of Christmas, my true love gave to me ‘ten lords a-leaping’ are the Ten Commandments in the Bible.

This is also one of the days of verses where things can start to get mixed up depended on the year or origin that the verse is being sung from. More information on this can be found here.

Other information.

The 12 Days of Christmas are now most famous as a song about someone receiving lots of presents from their ‘true love’. However, to get to the song there had to be the days to start with!

The 12 Days of Christmas start on Christmas Day and last until the evening of the 5th January – also known as Twelfth Night. The 12 Days have been celebrated in Europe since before the middle ages and were a time of celebration.

Each of the 12 Days traditionally is celebrated with a feast day for a saint and/or have different celebrations: Day 10 (3rd January): Feast of the Holy Name of Jesus. This remembers when Jesus was officially ‘named’ in the Jewish Temple. It’s celebrated by different churches on a wide number of different dates!

Stay tuned for tomorrow for our continuation with the next to the last verse of the 12 Days of Christmas.

~And as always….

~Live Free Ride Hard~

~AMERiders
8th Day of Christmas

and

Let AMERiders help you with your stocking stuffers and gifts for the 10th Day of Christmas.

And as always don’t forget to send us your stories, pictures and events for posting to GALLERY.AMERIDERS @ GMAIL.COM  and we will post them for you. The more people that know about your event the better and we are offering free advertising. We would also love to hear about your rides and love to see those bikes so send those stories and pictures.

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9th Day of Christmas, 12 Days of Christmas Origin & Meaning Continued.

On the 9th Day of Christmas, AMERiders brings to you the 12 Days of Christmas and its Origin & Meaning Continued. We continue today with the 9th verse in the song. But before we do we want to thank everyone that shopped with us during our Winter Holiday Event. If you missed out you can still get great gifts from us, and we will do expedited shipping. However, you will need to pay shipping on the items.

To remind you the idea for these posts came to us because the boss loves the song and just loves to drive us nuts singing it. Yes, we’ve done the research and we know this starts on the 25th of December, but however you know that we at AMERIders are not normal so we are going to start this the 12 days before Christmas.  We apologize if what follows offends anyone it is not our intention just information that we found online.

Recap of Origin

In England, between 1558 and 1829, it was not legal for Catholics to practice their kind of Christianity in public or private. Being a Catholic was treated as a bad crime. If you even owned a Catholic Bible, you could be put in prison! Catholics were stopped from worshipping because King Henry VIII fell out with the Catholic Church and started his own ‘Protestant’ Church (what is now the Church of England). There were many people who were still Catholics and they worshiped in secret.

‘The Twelve Days of Christmas’ was written in England at the beginning of this time. Some people think that it was written to help children learn about their Catholic religion. In the carol, the days are supposed to represent special symbols and have hidden meanings, because it was illegal to have anything in writing that would indicate that you were a Catholic.

But there’s NO evidence that this is true and it seems most likely just to be a folk song and that the special ‘Catholic’ meanings were added at a MUCH later date!

Variations of the lyrics

The earliest known version of the lyrics was published under the title “The Twelve Days of Christmas sung at King Pepin’s Ball”, as part of a 1780 children’s book, Mirth without Mischief. Subsequent versions have shown considerable variation:

-In the earliest versions, the word “On” is not present at the beginning of each verse—for example, the first verse begins simply “The first day of Christmas”. “On” was added in Austin’s 1909 version, and became very popular thereafter.

-In the early versions, “my true love sent” me the gifts. However, a 20th-century variant has “my true love gave to me”; this wording has become particularly common in North America.

-The 1780 version has “four colly birds”—”colly” being a regional English expression for “black”. This wording must have been opaque to many even in the 19th century: “canary birds”, “colored birds”, “curly birds”, and “Corley birds” are found in its place. Frederic Austin’s 1909 version, which introduced the now-standard melody, also altered the fourth day’s gift to four “calling” birds, and this variant has become the most popular, although “colly” is still found.

-The “five gold rings” may become “five golden rings”, especially in North America. In the standard melody, this change enables singers to fit one syllable per musical note.

-The gifts associated with the final four days are often reordered. For example, the Pipers may be on the ninth day rather than the eleventh.

Song verse explanation.

Also, all the symbols can be used by Protestants and other Christians, not just by Catholics! There was another song called ‘A New Dial’ (also called ‘In Those Twelve Days’), which goes back as far as at least 1625, which gave religious meanings to the 12 Days of Christmas, but NOT so people could practice their faith is secret. If you’d like to know more about this, please go to the 12 Days of Christmas page on snopes.com

9th Day of Christmas
The 9th Day of Christmas, my true love gave to me nine ladies dancing

On The 9th Day of Christmas, my true love gave to me ‘nine ladies dancing’ are the nine muses from Greek Mythology. (The ladies dancing could also mean fruits of the Holy Spirit.)

This is also one of the days of verses where things can start to get mixed up depended on the year or origin that the verse is being sung from. More information on this can be found here.

Other information.

The 12 Days of Christmas are now most famous as a song about someone receiving lots of presents from their ‘true love’. However, to get to the song there had to be the days to start with!

The 12 Days of Christmas start on Christmas Day and last until the evening of the 5th January – also known as Twelfth Night. The 12 Days have been celebrated in Europe since before the middle ages and were a time of celebration.

Each of the 12 Days traditionally is celebrated with a feast day for a saint and/or have different celebrations: Day 9 (2nd January): St. Basil the Great and St. Gregory Nazianzen, two important 4th century Christians.

Stay tuned for tomorrow for our continuation with the next verse 10th Day of Christmas.

~And as always….

~Live Free Ride Hard~

~AMERiders
8th Day of Christmas

and

Let AMERiders help you with your stocking stuffers and gifts for the 9th Day of Christmas.

And as always don’t forget to send us your stories, pictures and events for posting to GALLERY.AMERIDERS @ GMAIL.COM  and we will post them for you. The more people that know about your event the better and we are offering free advertising. We would also love to hear about your rides and love to see those bikes so send those stories and pictures.

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8th Day of Christmas, 12 Days of Christmas Origin & Meaning Continued.

On the 8th Day of Christmas, AMERiders brings to you the 12 Days of Christmas and its Origin & Meaning Continued. We continue today with the 12 Days of Christmas Origin and Meaning with the 8th verse in the song. But before we do we want to thank everyone that shopped with us during our Winter Holiday Event. If you missed out you can still get great gifts from us, and we will do expedited shipping. However, you will need to pay shipping on the items.

To remind you the idea for these posts came to us because the boss loves the song and just loves to drive us nuts singing it. Yes, we’ve done the research and we know this starts on the 25th of December, but however you know that we at AMERIders are not normal so we are going to start this the 12 days before Christmas.  We apologize if what follows offends anyone it is not our intention just information that we found online.

Recap of Origin

In England, between 1558 and 1829, it was not legal for Catholics to practice their kind of Christianity in public or private. Being a Catholic was treated as a bad crime. If you even owned a Catholic Bible, you could be put in prison! Catholics were stopped from worshipping because King Henry VIII fell out with the Catholic Church and started his own ‘Protestant’ Church (what is now the Church of England). There were many people who were still Catholics and they worshiped in secret.

‘The Twelve Days of Christmas’ was written in England at the beginning of this time. Some people think that it was written to help children learn about their Catholic religion. In the carol, the days are supposed to represent special symbols and have hidden meanings, because it was illegal to have anything in writing that would indicate that you were a Catholic.

But there’s NO evidence that this is true and it seems most likely just to be a folk song and that the special ‘Catholic’ meanings were added at a MUCH later date!

Variations of the lyrics

The earliest known version of the lyrics was published under the title “The Twelve Days of Christmas sung at King Pepin’s Ball”, as part of a 1780 children’s book, Mirth without Mischief. Subsequent versions have shown considerable variation:

-In the earliest versions, the word “On” is not present at the beginning of each verse—for example, the first verse begins simply “The first day of Christmas”. “On” was added in Austin’s 1909 version, and became very popular thereafter.

-In the early versions, “my true love sent” me the gifts. However, a 20th-century variant has “my true love gave to me”; this wording has become particularly common in North America.

-The 1780 version has “four colly birds”—”colly” being a regional English expression for “black”. This wording must have been opaque to many even in the 19th century: “canary birds”, “colored birds”, “curly birds”, and “Corley birds” are found in its place. Frederic Austin’s 1909 version, which introduced the now-standard melody, also altered the fourth day’s gift to four “calling” birds, and this variant has become the most popular, although “colly” is still found.

-The “five gold rings” may become “five golden rings”, especially in North America. In the standard melody, this change enables singers to fit one syllable per musical note.

-The gifts associated with the final four days are often reordered. For example, the pipers may be on the ninth day rather than the eleventh.

Song verse explanation.
8th Day of Christmas
On The 8th Day of Christmas, my true love gave to me eight maids a milking

Also, all the symbols can be used by Protestants and other Christians, not just by Catholics! There was another song called ‘A New Dial’ (also called ‘In Those Twelve Days’), which goes back as far as at least 1625, which gave religious meanings to the 12 Days of Christmas, but NOT so people could practice their faith is secret. If you’d like to know more about this, please go to the 12 Days of Christmas page on snopes.com

On The 8th Day of Christmas, my true love gave to me ‘eight maids a milking’ are the eight beatitudes, Jesus’ teachings on happiness.

Other information.

The 12 Days of Christmas are now most famous as a song about someone receiving lots of presents from their ‘true love’. However, to get to the song there had to be the days to start with!

The 12 Days of Christmas start on Christmas Day and last until the evening of the 5th January – also known as Twelfth Night. The 12 Days have been celebrated in Europe since before the middle ages and were a time of celebration.

Each of the 12 Days traditionally is celebrated with a feast day for a saint and/or have different celebrations: Day 8 (1st January): Mary, the Mother of Jesus

Stay tuned for tomorrow for our continuation with the 9th Day of Christmas

~And as always….

~Live Free Ride Hard~

~AMERiders
8th Day of Christmas

and

Let AMERiders help you with your stocking stuffers and gifts for the 8th Day of Christmas.

And as always don’t forget to send us your stories, pictures and events for posting to GALLERY.AMERIDERS @ GMAIL.COM  and we will post them for you. The more people that know about your event the better and we are offering free advertising. We would also love to hear about your rides and love to see those bikes so send those stories and pictures.

Like what you just read? Share it on social media with others and let them get the information and benefit from it as well.

7th Day of Christmas, 12 Days of Christmas Origin & Meaning Continued.

On the 7th Day of Christmas, AMERiders brings to you our Winter Holiday Event! We continue today with the 12 Days of Christmas Origin and Meaning with the 7th verse in the song. But before we do we want to remind about our Winter Holiday Event which now gives you now a full 30% percent off storewide. We would like to thank our wonderfully given owner for that. Also, don’t forget we have our usual Free Shipping on orders over $50 as well. Keep watching the clock above to ensure you get your orders in before the event ends so that we can ensure delivery by Christmas.

To remind you the idea for these posts came to us because the boss loves the song and just loves to drive us nuts singing it. Yes, we’ve done the research and we know this starts on the 25th of December, but however you know that we at AMERIders are not normal so we are going to start this the 12 days before Christmas.  We apologize if what follows offends anyone it is not our intention just information that we found online.

Recap of Origin

In England, between 1558 and 1829, it was not legal for Catholics to practice their kind of Christianity in public or private. Being a Catholic was treated as a bad crime. If you even owned a Catholic Bible, you could be put in prison! Catholics were stopped from worshipping because King Henry VIII fell out with the Catholic Church and started his own ‘Protestant’ Church (what is now the Church of England). There were many people who were still Catholics and they worshiped in secret.

‘The Twelve Days of Christmas’ was written in England at the beginning of this time. Some people think that it was written to help children learn about their Catholic religion. In the carol, the days are supposed to represent special symbols and have hidden meanings, because it was illegal to have anything in writing that would indicate that you were a Catholic.

But there’s NO evidence that this is true and it seems most likely just to be a folk song and that the special ‘Catholic’ meanings were added at a MUCH later date!

While you are shopping for a great gift or stocking stuffers during our AMERiders Winter Holiday Event, Don’t forget that you get 30% percent off storewide. With our usual Free Shipping on orders over $50 as well.

Variations of the lyrics

The earliest known version of the lyrics was published under the title “The Twelve Days of Christmas sung at King Pepin’s Ball”, as part of a 1780 children’s book, Mirth without Mischief. Subsequent versions have shown considerable variation:

-In the earliest versions, the word “On” is not present at the beginning of each verse—for example, the first verse begins simply “The first day of Christmas”. “On” was added in Austin’s 1909 version, and became very popular thereafter.

-In the early versions, “my true love sent” me the gifts. However, a 20th-century variant has “my true love gave to me”; this wording has become particularly common in North America.

-The 1780 version has “four colly birds”—”colly” being a regional English expression for “black”. This wording must have been opaque to many even in the 19th century: “canary birds”, “colored birds”, “curly birds”, and “Corley birds” are found in its place. Frederic Austin’s 1909 version, which introduced the now-standard melody, also altered the fourth day’s gift to four “calling” birds, and this variant has become the most popular, although “colly” is still found.

-The “five gold rings” may become “five golden rings”, especially in North America. In the standard melody, this change enables singers to fit one syllable per musical note.

-The gifts associated with the final four days are often reordered. For example, the pipers may be on the ninth day rather than the eleventh.

Need a quick gift for an office party or for a surprise guest coming for Christmas Dinner? Check out our Winter Holiday Event, Don’t forget that you get 30% percent off storewide. With our usual Free Shipping on orders over $50 as well.

Song verse explanation.
7th Day of Christmas
On The 7th day of Christmas, my true love gave to me:7 swans a swimming

Also, all the symbols can be used by Protestants and other Christians, not just by Catholics! There was another song called ‘A New Dial’ (also called ‘In Those Twelve Days’), which goes back as far as at least 1625, which gave religious meanings to the 12 Days of Christmas, but NOT so people could practice their faith is secret. If you’d like to know more about this, please go to the 12 Days of Christmas page on snopes.com

On The 7th Day of Christmas, my true love gave to me ‘seven swans a swimming’ are the seven ‘liberal arts’ studied in medieval universities. (They could also mean the seven gifts of the Holy Spirit.

Other information.

The 12 Days of Christmas are now most famous as a song about someone receiving lots of presents from their ‘true love’. However, to get to the song there had to be the days to start with!

The 12 Days of Christmas start on Christmas Day and last until the evening of the 5th January – also known as Twelfth Night. The 12 Days have been celebrated in Europe since before the middle ages and were a time of celebration.

Each of the 12 Days traditionally is celebrated with a feast day for a saint and/or have different celebrations: Day 7 (31st December): New Year’s Eve (known as Hogmanay in Scotland). Pope Sylvester, Is traditionally celebrated on this day. He was one of the earliest popes (in the 4th Century). In many central and eastern European countries (including Austria, Bosnia, and Herzegovina, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Israel, Italy, Luxembourg, Poland, Slovakia, Switzerland, and Slovenia) New Year’s Eve is still sometimes called ‘Silvester’. In the UK, New Year’s Eve was a traditional day for ‘games’ and sporting competitions. Archery was a very popular sport and during the middle ages, it was the law that it had to be practiced by all men between ages 17-60 on Sunday after Church! This was so the King had lots of very good archers ready in case he need to go to war!

Stay tuned for tomorrow for our continuation with the 8th Day of Christmas, and also Don’t forget While you’re shopping for great gifts during our AMERiders Winter Holiday Event, that you get 30% percent off on orders over $50 automatically. With our usual Free Shipping on orders over $50 as well.

~And as always….

~Live Free Ride Hard~

~AMERiders
2nd Day of Christmas

and

Let AMERiders help you with your stocking stuffers and gifts for the 7th Day of Christmas.

And as always don’t forget to send us your stories, pictures and events for posting to GALLERY.AMERIDERS @ GMAIL.COM  and we will post them for you. The more people that know about your event the better and we are offering free advertising. We would also love to hear about your rides and love to see those bikes so send those stories and pictures.

Like what you just read? Share it on social media with others and let them get the information and benefit from it as well.

6th Day of Christmas, 12 Days of Christmas Origin & Meaning Continued.

On the 6th Day of Christmas, AMERiders brings to you our Winter Holiday Event! We continue today with the 12 Days of Christmas Origin and Meaning with the 6th verse in the song. But before we do we want to remind about our Winter Holiday Event which now gives you now a full 30% percent off storewide. We would like to thank our wonderfully given owner for that. Also, don’t forget we have our usual Free Shipping on orders over $50 as well. Keep watching the clock above to ensure you get your orders in before the event ends so that we can ensure delivery by Christmas.

To remind you the idea for these posts came to us because the boss loves the song and just loves to drive us nuts singing it. Yes, we’ve done the research and we know this starts on the 25th of December, but however you know that we at AMERIders are not normal so we are going to start this the 12 days before Christmas.  We apologize if what follows offends anyone it is not our intention just information that we found online.

Recap of Origin

In England, between 1558 and 1829, it was not legal for Catholics to practice their kind of Christianity in public or private. Being a Catholic was treated as a bad crime. If you even owned a Catholic Bible, you could be put in prison! Catholics were stopped from worshipping because King Henry VIII fell out with the Catholic Church and started his own ‘Protestant’ Church (what is now the Church of England). There were many people who were still Catholics and they worshiped in secret.

‘The Twelve Days of Christmas’ was written in England at the beginning of this time. Some people think that it was written to help children learn about their Catholic religion. In the carol, the days are supposed to represent special symbols and have hidden meanings, because it was illegal to have anything in writing that would indicate that you were a Catholic.

But there’s NO evidence that this is true and it seems most likely just to be a folk song and that the special ‘Catholic’ meanings were added at a MUCH later date!

While you are shopping for a great gift or stocking stuffers during our AMERiders Winter Holiday Event, Don’t forget that you get 30% percent off storewide. With our usual Free Shipping on orders over $50 as well.

Variations of the lyrics

The earliest known version of the lyrics was published under the title “The Twelve Days of Christmas sung at King Pepin’s Ball”, as part of a 1780 children’s book, Mirth without Mischief. Subsequent versions have shown considerable variation:

-In the earliest versions, the word “On” is not present at the beginning of each verse—for example, the first verse begins simply “The first day of Christmas”. “On” was added in Austin’s 1909 version, and became very popular thereafter.

-In the early versions, “my true love sent” me the gifts. However, a 20th-century variant has “my true love gave to me”; this wording has become particularly common in North America.

-The 1780 version has “four colly birds”—”colly” being a regional English expression for “black”. This wording must have been opaque to many even in the 19th century: “canary birds”, “colored birds”, “curly birds”, and “Corley birds” are found in its place. Frederic Austin’s 1909 version, which introduced the now-standard melody, also altered the fourth day’s gift to four “calling” birds, and this variant has become the most popular, although “colly” is still found.

-The “five gold rings” may become “five golden rings”, especially in North America. In the standard melody, this change enables singers to fit one syllable per musical note.

-The gifts associated with the final four days are often reordered. For example, the pipers may be on the ninth day rather than the eleventh.

Need a quick gift for an office party or for a surprise guest coming for Christmas Dinner? Check out our Winter Holiday Event, Don’t forget that you get 30% percent off storewide. With our usual Free Shipping on orders over $50 as well.

Song verse explanation.
6th Day of Christmas
On The 6th day of Christmas my true love gave to me:6 Geese a laying

Also, all the symbols can be used by Protestants and other Christians, not just by Catholics! There was another song called ‘A New Dial’ (also called ‘In Those Twelve Days’), which goes back as far as at least 1625, which gave religious meanings to the 12 Days of Christmas, but NOT so people could practice their faith is secret. If you’d like to know more about this, please go to the 12 Days of Christmas page on snopes.com

On The 6th Day of Christmas, my true love gave to me ‘six geese a-laying’ are the six days of creation

Other information.

The 12 Days of Christmas are now most famous as a song about someone receiving lots of presents from their ‘true love’. However, to get to the song there had to be the days to start with!

The 12 Days of Christmas start on Christmas Day and last until the evening of the 5th January – also known as Twelfth Night. The 12 Days have been celebrated in Europe since before the middle ages and were a time of celebration.

Each of the 12 Days traditionally is celebrated with a feast day for a saint and/or have different celebrations: Day 6 (30th December): St Egwin of Worcester.

Stay tuned for tomorrow for our continuation with the 7th Day of Christmas, and also Don’t forget While you’re shopping for great gifts during our AMERiders Winter Holiday Event, that you get 30% percent off on orders over $50 automatically. With our usual Free Shipping on orders over $50 as well.

~And as always….

~Live Free Ride Hard~

~AMERiders
2nd Day of Christmas

and

Let AMERiders help you with your stocking stuffers and gifts for the 6th Day of Christmas.

And as always don’t forget to send us your stories, pictures and events for posting to GALLERY.AMERIDERS @ GMAIL.COM  and we will post them for you. The more people that know about your event the better and we are offering free advertising. We would also love to hear about your rides and love to see those bikes so send those stories and pictures.

Like what you just read? Share it on social media with others and let them get the information and benefit from it as well.