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When it comes to my own cars and motorcycles, I do my best to consume and enjoy what I: A)
In recent times it looks like most of the conversation between bikers end up with the crucial question “How many
I think it would have been easier to write down the differences between Motorcycle Roadcraft and Sufistic knowledge rather than
Before we know it our ICE (internal combustion engine) motorcycles will be replaced by electrics. And not specifically because the
We can as well conduct a frugal life reducing consumption in controlling our sport and hobby. Refusing to buy new
Motorcycling is a human and a social good. It brings us closer to others. It gives us better awareness of
"Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in one pretty and well-preserved piece”
Dulled attention, dulled conscious attention not only might not save the day on a ride but surely reduces the meaning
The difference between being a fast rider on the track and a safe one on the street. By Ken Condon February
by Keith Code © Motorcycle Consumer News 1997 There are technical points concerning a rider's fear of making either right