Don’t be this guy. How do you think he’d fare if a deer suddenly jumped into his path of travel? Your safety is your responsibility.
“Keep the shiny side up!”
Keep the Rubber side down!
Same/same, but yours works better for the new crop of “customs”. They don’t have a shiny side!
I like when the sticky side in on the bottom.
Anyone know where the photo in #10 was taken? I’d like to go there. -Andy
That’s from ADVRider.com. I think that one is still on their front page rotation. They should have a photographer’s credit if you look at it on ADV rider.
A nice montage, but I’d put your #10 at my #1, and then say it in Italian like Rossi… so sexy (the saying, not Rossi).
I respectfully disagree with No. 8 and yes, I’ve had several cases of serious road rash. Don’t tell me how to ride my motorcycle and I won’t tell you how to ride yours. If safety is your primary concern then get a Volvo. I prefer to find a happy medium. Thanks.
They missed a gem “Blahblahblah….There was nothing I could do, I had to lay’er down.” The single dumbest thing any rider could ever say.
If you want to know the shortest, most efficient way to get from A to B, never ask a biker.
it is what it is.
I made a “T” shirt with “If you don’t ride a motorcycle, you wouldn’t understand ” on the back, so my wife would be reminded every time I took the bike for a ride.
ATGATT. People always ask me if my Roadcrafter suit is hot, to which I reply, “I’d rather sweat than bleed.”
#9. “The objective is to fill the pot of experience without emptying the pot of luck.”
The person who wrote this should learn how to spell, and how to edit. Don’t be telling anyone to learn how to ride instead of loud pipes. They do save lives. Idiot! TRUTHINESS is not a word. Dumbass.
Always decline a ride request if the person asking to ride your motorcycle doesn’t own a bike of equal or greater value and performance. Really….lol. Most bikers will only let a bro take it for a ride. As if a biker is going to let anyone take their pride and joy for a ride, and like we need to be told this sage advice…lol.