being a biker to me is my expression. I'm doing what I feel.And like music, I feel it inside. I can't ignore it. I HAVE to ride, and I don't give a d_mned who likes it or not.When I ride it's MY dance,MY expression.
Kudo's to you for knowing your machine so well-I want to know more about the workings of mine too, and will,...in time.
Being A Biker can mean a multitude of very positive things to those who ride like freedom, friendship, the rush, etc. and it can have an equal amount of negative conotations when perceived by the GP. Of course, "motorcycle enthusiast" gets a lot better rap than the term "biker" haha. That's just how it is. But, no matter. For me being a biker means that I get to enjoy, as a passenger or rider, the freedom to find the "Bliss Points" Some times those are like peeking in at heaven and other times it's like you're already there.
YOU'RE ALL RIGHT HERE!!
ALL I GOT IS A LITTLE KAWI (BETTER THAN THE FIRST HOME BUILT FRANKENSTEIN I HAD) BUT PEOPLE TEND TO MAKE FUN OF ME! WELL THEY CAN EAT THEIR HEARTS OUT 'CUZ WE KNOW SOMETHIN THEY DON'T, HUH!
Being a biker to me is getting that excited feeling in my gut when I swing my leg over my scoot. Hitting that starter button as the anticipation builds knowing in just a few minutes I am going to be in the wind. Asking God to watch over my ride...putting it into first...letting out the clutch and vaaarrrooooom..I'm in the wind. Smiling and being thankful that I am so blessed to appreciate the ride.