Why Do You Ride Motorcycles?

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  • jettawreck
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    Because once the snow finally goes away the snowmobiles are sort of useless....

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  • Yellowbird
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    Just love to ride especially the Wing 3 months 5000 plus miles.

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  • Mattbcnv
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    Because they are there......

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  • Old in 10EC
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    If you have to ask........you wouldn’t understand.

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  • Rocky
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    Why Do You Ride Motorcycles?

    Because here in CA, I can't legally Lanesplit in my cage.

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  • clayusmcret
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    The smells, the temp changes, the views, the differences across the states, etc. Spent about 20 minutes explaining this to someone earlier this evening. Wished I was instead on the bike the whole time.

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  • psy
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    I don't love motorcycles at all or riding them. I love my wife, kids, family and friends. But motorcycles, riding and working on them are on the top rung of like! For me especially when younger riding was the most natural activity in the world. More natural than sex, playing music, other sports, dating, creating. Getting on a bike is pure bliss, it's where I'm supposed to be. And I can express myself with a wonderful skill set. I can go full juvinal or geezer. I can dance on my bike or break every freakin road or social law in the world. Is it a lifestyle for me?? No, it is my life! It is a major part of my life that I am very grateful for. Buying a new motorcycle is still the biggest fizz of my life. More exciting than getting married or becoming a father. The hunt, research, years of experience all coming to a head for that new bike. And the most important of them all is that beat to death 1968 Honda 50 MiniTrail. When it was torn down for restoration it still started, ran and worked. If it's in your blood yeah have to ride or die,,, or die riding. I get so excited when a new riders come on board. Watching or helping kids learn. And so happy when I see a adult take the needed steps to start the journey of a lifetime. It's much harder for adults to learn how to ride and those drops hurt a whole bunch more. The whole two wheel experience is a blessing in my life at levels I can't even express.

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    Freedom!

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