There's a sayings "Once a rider, always a rider" but I correct this quote and say "Once a passionate rider always sets a new trend and remains a rider."
Is riding motorcycles really a passion? No ! According to me riding is not just a passion, but it's about meeting your soul, it's about talking to yourself. With every twists and turns on the road and a cool breeze hitting on your face, you feel freedom, you forget your stress. Like a bird in the sky, and especially when you are riding solo. It's kind of meditation, but when you are riding in a group, it brings discipline and the sense of brotherhood feeling.
Let's go for a ride... Let's make them all aside... It's time to enjoy life... Let's steal some moments... it's time to get better... It's time to grow bigger... not physically but emotionally... mentally... socially... Let's go for a ride... Let's make them all aside.
You know your destination but knowing your destination with knowing your soul makes difference and that's what I mean by riding.
Passion always comes from within and if you say you are a passionate for something that means your really know yourself, knowing yourself means knowing your dreams, knowing your dreams means knowing your true destination and it takes lot of GUTS and EFFORTS to follow your dreams to achieve it.
So if you think you are a passionate rider then ask yourself "Are you really following your dreams?" I know many of you won't agree with my logic but for me riding motorcycle is like following my dreams.
Be original & ride, show off your style through riding, and tell your story.
Fashion is never constant unless you yourself have created it. There are many riders who think they are riders but according to me they lack passion and discipline, they are just wanna-bees. It's just they bought a new bike and now they want to impress the world surrounded to them.
If you are a passionate rider then fashion follows you. A rider never follows any fashion but fashion follows him / her.
There's a sayings "once a rider always a rider" but I correct this statement and quote "once a passionate rider always sets a new trend and remains a rider."