Why We Ride
Every time we go riding on motorcycles the first breath of excitement is the deliberate routine of readying oneself for a ride, which is as important as the ride itself. Advancing to the bike, zipping up the jacket, adjusting the belt and sleeves. Everything becomes muffled as the earplugs are installed, the helmet slipped on, gloves applied then only then is the view of the world changed bringing back memories of past rides. The senses are heightened as they know once that bike moves all else will be forgotten as the adrenaline kicks in and the flow of information to be processed every second will double creating a virtual fiber network of information highway to the brain.
T.E. Lawrence famous for his Arabian adventures once stated” A skittish motorbike with a touch of blood in it, is better than all the riding animals on earth, because of its logical extension of our faculties”