Reviewing one year of mental affects from crashing hard on my custom built motorcycle at nearly 60 miles per hour. Are motorcycles a death wish, or a tool for empowerment?
Posts Tagged ‘wisdom’
Motorcycle Wisdom from Sofi Tsingos
Sofi Tsingos with some sassy motorcycle wisdom (well, and wisdom in general), “Make sure to have a little fun every day. If not, what’s the point?”
Gloria Tramontin Struck Why We Ride Star
Gloria Tramonin Struck, 87 years young and still riding, was one of the original members of Motor Maids.
Dirt N Dip MiniBike Flyin’
Never trade the thrills of living for the security of existence.” Motorcycle wisdom for your monday evening,
Debi Dirtbike Woman Braapin
Love submissions with awesome captions- “Why do laundry or house work when you can go BRAAAAP!”
Kangaroo Island Road, South Australia
Two wheeled life: being happy with the journey whether or not you can see the path before you.
Motorcycle Wisdom: Take the Dirt Road
Some motorcycle wisdom, “Of all the paths you take in life, make sure a few of them are dirt.”
Hi there, my friend has been trying to find the ‘Every Man Dies but not Every Man Truly Lives’ poster here in the UK. We cannot find a print to purchase anywhere, are you able to point me in the right direction as, I see you have the graphic? Many thanks in advance
The “Every man dies, but not every man truly lives” graphic appeared to be a scan from a screenprint on cloth, probably a tshirt. Unfortunately it is one of the photos I could not find an original source for (I just reverse image searched it again and am finding my page shows the oldest instance of the image) but I don’t know where to find the original image/graphic and if it’s a poster or not. The quote was originally “Every man dies, not every man really lives” and said by William Wallace,… Continue Reading »
More motorcycle relatable quotes/motorcycle wisdom from one of my all time favorite writers, Hunter S. Thompson. Let the good times roll!
Tom Robbins Motorcycle Wisdom
“The difference between a criminal and an outlaw is that while criminals frequently are victims, outlaws never are. Indeed, the first step toward becoming a true outlaw is the refusal to be victimized.”