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?”
Posts Tagged ‘wise’
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,
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.”
Jean de La Fontaine Motorcycle Wisdom
Some motorcycle wisdom from Jean de La Fontaine in the 1600s.
Even when you’re on a group ride, it’s still just you and the bike on the road. Even two up you’re the only one inside your helmet. Yet, we’re all (kinda) one big family. Robert Fullum, friend of mine and Instructor for Team Oregon Makes you wonder if the solitude is part of what brings us together? Like lone wolves crossing paths in the forest.
Nothing behind me, everything ahead of me, as is ever so on the road. (Jack Kerouac) Today is my birthday! A friend of mine sent this to me and I felt like it was appropriate to share. Everyone go get on your bikes and twist the throttle for me!