Why Ride When You Can Drive?

by Ofie Stennett
(Indianapolis, IN USA)

Riding a motorcycle is like becoming one with nature, you become a part of the road, the wind and the bike. Why do I ride my bike? I love the feeling of becoming one with my bike. It thrills me to be on the road on 2 wheels. It is a challenge at times, but that is part of the thrill and I am a safe rider. My biggest reason for riding my motorcycle is the roar of the bike, it is in my blood, I feel alive when I get on my bike. The roar of the engine brings out the beast in me and I become a different person, a living person. Yep, that is why I ride my bike to maintain the spark of life in me and it gives me a feeling of well being and youthfulness.

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Dec 26, 2008
Oh Yeah
by: gina

I agree totally :) I love the feeling of riding my bike!! The feeling of freedom just is a natural high, it gets your blood pumping your senses are more alive. It is the fountain of youth. I just wish I would have found sooner but better now, then never.

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