(noun): A stereo-typical male that lives in well populated urban areas. Said male is often seen wearing blue jeans, cowboy boots, and a ball cap with the following logos, but not limited to: Caterpillar, Trout Bum, Fox Racing, Camo etc.) Best described as a country boy that grew up in the concrete jungle.
Dales are usually hard working, and would take the shirt off their back to help anyone in need.
Other defining features include:
- Lifted Truck
- Dip in lip and back pocket at all times
- Work Boots
- Country Girls
- Country Music
- Beard (often a tool used to fool gas station workers when trying to buy tobacco under age)
- Fishing gear and apparel in vehicle at all times
- An unusual obsession with Caterpillar equipment
Examples of a Dale can be seen at anytime anywhere near the greater Grandville area. Being a regional thing, there is minimal documentation to found on the world wide web.
A 660-700cc trail quad that has a narrow stance, and cannot be ridden aggressively. Said quad sits taller than a race quad, making it very top heavy in the corners, and also weighs 100+ pounds more than the average sport quad making it difficult to control in the air. Yamaha Raptor owners tend to think highly of themselves and their riding skill. They typically have stock machines, and almost always talk trash about actual race quads. Raptors are only good in a straight line, and would be no match for a 250R, 450R, etc... and do not belong on a track.
Rider 1: "Hey Brah wanna go ride at the Red Barn track?"
Rider 2:"Sure, but good luck in the corners with that Yamaha Raptor, it might tip over!"
Rider 1:"Breh it will waste your built MX 250R, It has 450cc's more than you!"