Motorcycle single riders enjoy being with and in the environment around them. There are a range of emotions that can exist within the relationship between the motorcyclist and his or her bike is varied and complicated indeed. Some people ride to enjoy the wildlife in both the urban and forested wilderness. Others ride to simply feel the engine beneath them and experience the open road before them. Others are attracted to riding for its practical nature. After all, a Chopper is much easier to park than a Chevy Silverado.
Riding a motorcycle can also be very therapeutic, both emotionally and physically. Riding a motorcycle takes coordination between all parts of your body and mind. Your hands, your feet, your eyes, even your torso is involved in making sure the motorcycle goes the way you go the way that you want. In some cases, riding a motorcycle could conceivably be used as a way to retrain portions of the body after rehabilitation of a serious injury. And then there is the mental aspect of motorcycle therapy. Sometimes simply riding down the road and using the time to exist only in the world around you can be a great way to get things into mental perspective.