Riding A Motorcycle

I grew up always being told to err on the side of caution by my parents. However, this only lasted for a little while, after surviving a childhood riddled with self-induced injuries I started exploring things that I wanted to do before I died or before the world ended. In that regard I have gotten tattooed, been to Australia and Europe, learned how to SCUBA dive, and now I've gotten my motorcycle license.

I wasn't really that interested in riding a motorcycle until a friend of mine bought one and he let me ride it around his neighborhood. Ever since that moment I wanted to get my license and a bike of my own. At the moment I don't make enough money to pursue this but it's at the top of my list of things to do. I've seen my friends and family get motorcycles and now I want one so I can go riding with them.

I guess this post is just to say that life is way too short to be playing it safe all of the time.
Arog17 Arog17 22-25, M 1 Response Apr 1, 2011

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Think about how much money you need. Get a cheap older one to get started on. Then if you bend it, it wont be such a great loss and starting out you most likely will. Then after youv'e been riding a while and are more experienced get a better one.<br />
Plus beware of white lines tram/train tracks unlevel surfaces holes in the road and animals, on a bike you won't just hit them theyll knock you of. Plus don't ever think cars will give way, cause they probly won't or didn't see. But most off all its bloody awesome so ride to ride again.