In this session of the Motorcycle Mentor Podcast, I share 9 reasons to own a motorcycle. I gave you 7 reasons NOT to own a motorcycle back in podcast #3, and I promised to give you the other side of the argument. Well, here it is.
I’m always reluctant to advise someone to purchase a motorcycle. I know this sounds strange considering that I run this site. But making the choice to own and ride a motorcycle is a personal decision that should not be taken lightly. I believe the risks are real, and that each individual should weigh the risks before deciding to ride.
More specifically, in this session you’ll find out about:
- Why I think motorcycles create great stories.
- Why I think riding makes you a better driver.
- What goes on in my head when I’m riding.
- How motorcycles make your car look cozy.
- Why on a motorcycle “You will see things you’ve never noticed, smell things you’ve never smelled, on the way to places you’ve never been.”
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