Motorcycles Come With Friends
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5) Motorcycles Come With Friends
Is there any family more closely-knit, as immediately welcoming, as endearingly awkward or as ready to help out its members than that of the biker? I know there’s not one that involves more spooning.
Motorcycles Expand Your Consciousness
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6) Motorcycles Expand Your Consciousness
The sights you see will become more intense. Nature isn’t just a vague concept, it’s something we feel and smell and something which causes us both intense pain and intense pleasure. And in a way outsiders will never get to experience. Motorcycles change your perspective on life, they expand your horizons and they alter the way your mind is wired.
Motorcycles Make You Forget Your Problems
7) Motorcycles Make You Forget Your Problems
Bad day at the office? Girlfriend dump you? Is there any more life-affirming experience than just hoping on your bike and going for a ride? They make you focus on nothing but the ride and, by the time you’re done, all those problems just don’t seem so big anymore.
Motorcycles Justify Their Cost
8) Motorcycles Justify Their Cost
Drugs? Money down the drain. But a motorcycle? It’ll likely cost you less to buy and own than a boring old car. You’ll save money on the purchase price, you’ll save money on gas and you’ll never sit in traffic or pay for parking again as long as you live. Heck, you could likely sell your car today and use the proceeds to fund an entire year of riding, a decision that will actually improve your life.
What would you add to this list?