Susan Tavares
Susan Tavares

I've been around bikes all my life. But on June 28th 2012 Troy Demello lost his life on rte I95 on his harley.......GONE BUT NEVER FOGOTTEN R.I.P. Troy <3.

Maureen L. McAuliffe
Maureen L. McAuliffe
  • Susan Tavares

I will definitely join & pass on when I get on my computer. Sorry for your loss, I know ooo too well the heartache from the loss of ones we love & have lost due to motorcycle accidents.

Kimberly Mattie
Kimberly Mattie

most of my family members ride bikes.

Heidi Medeiros
Heidi Medeiros

Been around bikes most of my life and have many friends who ride or who have been killed or hurt.

Babak Sadegh-Zadeh
Babak Sadegh-Zadeh

Pls join & share!

Achim Zdunek
Achim Zdunek

I see drivers constantly not driving!! they're distracted. They play on their electronic devices when they should be LOOKING and WATCHING the roads around them ONLY!!!! Did you not understand the rules of the road book when you did your driving test??

Tony Wright
Tony Wright

Steve Tarrant
Steve Tarrant

i am a biker

Stevie Hicks
Stevie Hicks

You are so right in what you say "James Lumpkin" I have a newspaper article about a dumb-arse American that was driving his Winnibego Motorhome, he read in the manual that while driving you could make your self a cup of tea while on the move, so he did ~~~~ vehicle left highway and caused absolute chaos ~~~~ guess what he sued the Motorhome company and won his case.

James Lumpkin
James Lumpkin

In other countries of the world, such as Germany, driving is considered a priviledge. There are no cup holders because people would not consider doing anything other than focusing on the road. People in the U.S. eat, drink, text, talk on the phone, as well as many other distacting activities while driving. Driving the vehicle is almost secondary to other actions going on within the vevicle. When you are operating your motorcycle you are focused on one thing, being safe and enjoying the...

In other countries of the world, such as Germany, driving is considered a priviledge. There are no cup holders because people would not consider doing anything other than focusing on the road. People in the U.S. eat, drink, text, talk on the phone, as well as many other distacting activities while driving. Driving the vehicle is almost secondary to other actions going on within the vevicle. When you are operating your motorcycle you are focused on one thing, being safe and enjoying the priviledge of the freedom that comes from riding. Total focus to the point of a an almost medetative state. Just imagine if the people operating their cars were as focused as a motorcycle rider. It would be a really safe place to be among the other people on the highway. Have you ever seen someone on a motorcycle texting, eating, talking on the phone, or any other activity other than operating the bike? If you are a motorcycle rider please be safe and enjoy every minute of your ride. If you are the operator of a car or truck, please be safe and help everyone on a motorcycle enjoy every minute of their ride.

Elinor Roberts
Elinor Roberts

I have two Sons with Harley's plus a Daughter in law and a Grand daughter that ride. It worries me.

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