Do you lovemotorbikes?
Motorcyclists are constantly reminded of mortality — “many people and their sibling/friends 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. This makes us hopeless and stops our thing to do new things.
It makes your life
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. When the going gets tough, motorcyclists get going. We’re always willing to help out other motorcyclists, and generally have an elevated sense of the world around us. What the hell does that even mean, you ask? It means we look out for and help each other. Don’t mess with defame.
Our lives depend on looking all around us and seeing what we look at — so you’re going to be safer around us too. If we ever chauffeur you around in a car, you can rest assured we DO see that jerk trying to merge over into us. We’ll always remember to look both ways, do our pre-flight safety checks, and we’ll always remember that random item that needs to be picked up on the way home (we might take the long way though). Something came up? No big deal. Have to cancel plans? That’s cool, we’ll go have a date with our first love — our motorbike. When you’re familiar with being on the road you develop an ability to go with the flow. Flat tires and dead batteries happen, so we know all about setbacks and making things work.
A suggestion for you
For the most part, a motorcyclist’s hands are not going to be overly dainty, soft, and weak. Between long trips gripping’ the bars and wrenching, they’ll have a good strong paws which means better, longer back rubs. Furthermore, after hours on the road, we’ll know just where that knot is in your shoulder. You’re welcome at BMW Motorcycle of San Jose it will be helpful for you.For the most part, a motorcyclist’s hands are not going to be overly dainty, soft, and weak. Between long trips gripping’ the bars and wrenching, they’ll have a good strong paws which means better, longer back rubs. Furthermore, after hours on the road, we’ll know just where that knot is in your shoulder.