I received this essay from a person working in the motorcycle industry. I like the content, it reflects my considerations to the now famous FortNine video and it moves ahead the conversation on the future of motorcycling. For these reasons … Read the rest
Rupert Paul (Riding Skills 11 June 2009) interviews Jon Taylor
Jon Taylor has been a racer (he’s a former double Bemsee club champion), bike cop and long-time Nürburgring instructor. He’s now part of Rapid Training and one of the most … Read the rest
Two schools of thinking about the “after-pandemic” and both agree on a bleak economic period ahead: for States, for Companies and for Individuals.
Both schools of thought push for a rapid but controlled reopening of the social and commercial life: … Read the rest
Wife (Tugce) and I moved to Cracow a few months ago and biking, in this period, has been limited to test various second-hand motorcycles, to find the ideal one to buy.
Unfortunately, all the tested ones were in bad condition: … Read the rest
Not often but it happens: crossing lanes with old friends, husband and wife, people not seen for too many years: a riding couple from the past. Motorcycle community is for real and when the common memories fade away there is … Read the rest
Allan Bloom in his controversial book “Closing of the American Mind” wrote: “The teacher …. is guided by the awareness, or the divination, that there is human nature, and that assisting its fulfilment is his task. …Midwifery describes teaching … Read the rest
The rules of convivence imposed by governments to fight the pandemic COVID make a large part of the population discovering the limit of self-gratification and the joy of communal life. By looking at the news and at the clips paid … Read the rest