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.
“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.”