Tuesday, 19 July 2011

12 Things That A Motorcycle Can Teach You

When in Sturgis in 2009, I bought a patch that reads, "If I have to explain, you wouldn't understand." For me, Sturgis was kind of like that; words just couldn't properly explain the whole experience.

This little piece is also kind of like that. Unless you're a biker, it probably won't make much sense to you either. 

1. The only good view of a thunderstorm is in your rear view mirror.

2. Four wheels might move the body, but two wheels move the soul.

3. I'd rather be riding my motorcycle and thinking about God, than sitting in a church and thinking about my motorcycle.

4. Life may begin at 30, but it doesn't get interesting until about 95...mph, that is.

5. Midnight bugs taste as bad as noontime bugs.

6. Sometimes it takes a whole tank of gas before you can think straight.

7. A bike on the road is worth two in the shed.

8. Young riders pick a destination and go, but old riders pick a direction and go.

9. When you are riding lead, don't spit.

10. Catching a yellow jacket in your shirt at 75 mph can double your vocabulary.

11. You'll never see a motorcycle parked outside a psychiatrist's office.

12. Only bikers know why dogs stick their heads out a car window.

(Source unknown) 

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