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Most motorcyclists would rather be riding than doing anything else. Unfortunately, logistics require that we all spend at least a few hours a day off our bikes. But that does leave time for the one thing bikers like to do almost as much as riding: talking about riding. There are many blogs to satisfy this need. Have a look at these sites to learn about riding info, get advice, or to share your own insight.
- There are many types of motorcyclists, including the diehard biker bohemian, the sporty racer, the take-it-easy tourer, the weekend cruiser, and even the commuter. Don’t think you have to fit a mold: many blogs espouse a certain philosophy of riding, but it doesn’t have to be your own. Ride safely, and ride your own way, but be open to learning something new in unexpected places.
- Many motorcycle blogs can be pretty specialized in terms of location and type of bike.
- For more information on blogs, including how to find them and how to write your own, visit the findingDulcinea Blogs Guide.