Spring is here, and the season for observing Homo Motorcyclismus, the North American Motorcyclist, in its natural habitat has begun. During the colder months, many will hibernate, but the sharp eyed observer can occasionally spot a particularly hardy motorcyclist braving the wind chill for short periods. Spring is the time when herds of motorcyclists begin to repopulate the roadways. Summer offers the prime time to spot motorcyclists in the wild, as their numbers are at the maximum and breeding season is at is peak.
Here are some tips on how to observe motorcyclists in their natural habitats.