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      Slicing Nature Right Through The Middle

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      What better way to escape than on a motorcycle? The sense of freedom feels more complete on two wheels, and riding doesn't transport you to a destination; it is the destination. Perhaps Robert Pirsig said it best in Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance: "You’re completely in contact with it all. You’re in the scene, not just watching it anymore, and the sense of presence is overwhelming.

      Each ride changes your life; It is about life on the road, meeting people, and exploring your own mind as you do something you love-ride; a chance to unplug, and live in the moment to experience exotic cultures and remote regions. Education and adventure are interwoven everytime you tour on a motorcycle. Live in the present, on the road. When do you ever get to do that?

      When a biker walks on his riding boots into a restaurant with a helmet under arm, gloves & riding jackets, they invariably exude a swagger and a sense of cool that just isn't the same as rolling up in a car. Whether or not you're looking for the Peter Fonda or Brad Pitt effect, motorcycles take you one step closer to cool. Motorcycling is cool. Motorcycling is fast. Motorcycling gives you a rush.

      Motorcyclists often feel like they belong to a big community, or a part of something much bigger than themselves and to feel a sense of brotherhood/sisterhood, biker camaraderie and that sensation gives us something in common; we share a bond that sets us apart from the rest of the motoring world.

      The risks that involve in motorcycling sometimes even heighten that enjoyment.
      Last but not the least, one can drive a car and watch nature pass by, while one can ride a motorcycle and slice right through the middle. The question is, you want to see it passing by or do want to experience it? Come ride with us!!!

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      Quite a popular song & most bikers, especially Harley riders, know this. Its a popular song to convey the message, "we believe in riding free" & of course dedicated to the riding community. There's also a good video on it & I'll post it at a more appropriate time.
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