Good jokes, in my opinion, are truly of of life's little gems. A lot of jokes have a "core" and then people create their own spinoffs. I regard not ever coming up with a really good joke on my own one of my greatest failures in life.
This is the "core" of the Two Bikers joke that has simply been tailored to fit the world of the motorcyclist. You can replace any team or sport with your own favorite:
A guy has always wanted to go to a Chiefs game but never had the money or opportunity to go. One day, he was lucky enough to win free tickets to a game on a radio show. He shows up at the game all excited and follows the signs to his seat and is disappointed to find he's in the top, last row of seats. He's sitting closer to the Goodyear blimp than he is to the field.
Fortunately, he's brought along a pair of binoculars and is watching the game and as he scans the area around the home team sidelines, he keeps seeing one open seat in the first row at the 50-yard line; a $1000 seat, the best you can get in the stadium. He keeps watching and watching and the seat remains vacant.
The game is getting really good, so he decides to move down to the area. He makes it past all the security personnel and works his way down to the empty seat. He asks the guy sitting in the seat next to it, "Is anybody sitting here?" The guy says, "No, there's nobody sitting here."
"Can I sit in this seat?" the guy asks. "Sure, you can sit here," says the guy sitting in the seat next to the empty one.
After the guy sits there awhile enjoying the game, he turns to the guy who told him he could sit there and asks, "You know, I'm just curious. This is one of the best seats in the house and this is a big-time game. Why isn't anybody sitting here?"
The guy who gave up the seat says, "My wife and I have been season ticket holders for years. She would usually be here with me, but she recently passed away."
"I'm sorry to hear that," says the other guy. "But still, didn't you have any friends or family who would come to the game with you and sit in her seat?"
"No," the guy says, "they're all at the funeral."