Riding a motorcycle involves handling a curious collection of various elements like noise, danger, speed, balance, physical skill, and mechanics. It is not surprising then that some people are obsessed with motorcycles, the wind blowing across their faces, following the road, feeling free and wild. You can instantly recognize a motorcyclist because of his/her signature leather jacket, swanky helmet, leather gloves, and of course, his/her beautiful machine.
As woman rider, there is nothing more empowering than climbing onto my bike and taking to the open road.
Riding a bike can be a thrilling and wonderful experience, it can symbolize control, can put your mind at ease, and on a more practical note, a bike can easily get you out of any traffic jam. Plus, imagine all the attention you get if you are riding a sexy bike!
When I was a little kid, I decided to become a biker. After almost 20 years, I did it. My bike is a part of me. I can’t imagine my life without riding. The accident that I had in 2016, even couldn’t stop me riding.
You are on your own. You are not protected by two tons of steel, rubber, foam padding and safety glass. Neither are you steering two tons of guided missile toward other cars, people and property. If you are prepared to accept the responsibility of your own actions, then motorcycling can be both safe and thrilling. Riding is an art as well as a craft and no amount of explanation can take the place of experience.