Motorcyclists are constantly reminded of our mortality -- "my parent/sibling/friends/friend's friend died riding a motorcycle" or "those things are dangerous you know." Yeah, we know.
We also know you can die walking down the street, getting on an airplane, or from some random disease or virus. That fancy bike upgrade might be 0, but we'll give up buying new clothes and going out to dinner for a few weeks in order to afford it.
For most, riding a motorcycle isn't just a way to get to work, it's a way of life.
One that just gets better the more time you put into it and generally isn't easy.
It's not something that can just be given up at the drop of the hat, and that kind of determination translates well into other areas of life. Our lives depend on looking all around us and seeing what we look at -- so you're going to be safer around us too. That's cool, we'll go have a date with our first love -- our motorbike.
This takes us back to #1 -- we want to have a good time and try new things. We'll understand when you don't want to go out and blow 0 at a Michelin-Star-having-restaurant, and we'll be stoked when you'd rather BBQ some grub and get down on an oil change in the garage instead.
The sun setting behind snowy mountain tops, little tornado of dust on the distant horizon, a low bank of fog creeping across a field -- these are all moments that capture our hearts.
Forget expensive plane tickets, hotels and five star restaurants...
we're just as happy eating at a good diner after a full day of riding.
there will always be something to enjoy about almost any travel locale.
Give us a good road and a nice destination, and we're set.