Have you discovered your life’s passion yet? If not, have you ever tried riding a motorcycle? For many bikers, the first time they sat on a bike and revved it up was the moment their lives changed forever. People with a passion for riding know no boundaries and seek to explore new roads, they lose interest in the destination and learn to appreciate the journey.
On your motorcycle, you are in complete control. You are free to choose where you go, what you do, and how you get there. Remember when you were a child and you got the bike you always dreamed of? You probably spent hours every day racing around, making new friends, discovering new places that were out of reach before. As an adult, a motorcycle is the same feeling.
If you are a young person you may be reliant on your parents or friends for lifts, you may want to have a day out but you can’t because you have no means of travel. Learning to ride a motorcycle gives you the opportunity to do what you want, when you want. Owning a bike is a responsibility, and it definitely helps you mature.
So your riding down a long and winding road, you’re out on your own and there are no other vehicles on the road. Suddenly in the distance you spot a fellow rider. As you pass each other you hold at your hand to acknowledge them, and they return the same. You stop off at a cafe and notice some other bikes outside; you’ve instantly made new friends. Motorcyclists have an unspoken bond of brotherhood. Wherever you go, you’re never on your own.
Discover The World
Looking to discover the world, but don’t know where to start? Learn to ride a motorcycle and suddenly you’re not trapped inside London. You’ll seek the best roads in the UK to ride, you’ll find amazing landscapes and famous landmarks – and once you’ve seen it all in this country, there is nothing stopping you discovering the rest of the world.
So you commute to work every single day, waking up an hour early to catch a bus to the train station, then standing on the tube for another hour in hot, crowded trains, before walking another twenty minutes to your office. Every day. Well if you rode a bike, you could spend an extra hour in bed, breeze through the London traffic, and pull up right outside your office, and still have time to go and grab a coffee.
Better For The Environment
Whether you are conscious of your carbon footprint or not, there is no denying that a motorbike is better for the environment than a large car. If you are looking for ways to do your bit for the environment, ditch the car and ride a bike!