For many bikers, riding is a family affair. The love of motorcycles grew as they grew up, whether it was their parents or another close family member that introduced them to the idea of riding a motorcycle. The motorcycle was always around, familiar to them, offering a means to connect with others around them, and learn and grow in a close knit family environment. Is it any wonder why the desire to share the love of motorcycles passion for freedom and individualism with the next generation is so high?
For bikers, the life that they lead is truly about the ride. It’s about the good times you have along the way, as well as the bad times that must be endured. It’s about sharing everything with our brothers and sisters in riding, no matter what their chosen stallion happens to be. It means not going with the flow of everyday life, or caring about what people think, unless they are your true friends and comrades. The ride is about freedom. It is the freedom to live the way that you were meant to live, to be true to yourself, and those around you.