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Have you ever ridden on a motor bike?

Did you enjoy it?

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I have only once and I was not the driver and I was terrified.

It was on a farm and my husband, at the time, went really fast and I found it terrifying on the uneven grass.
by Finy
I never have and I never will. They're extremely dangerous, and I don't see why they would bring anyone any pleasure. Only abject terror.
Yes I have. when my son bought one (600cc Honda racing bike!) he took me for a ride around the block and went right over on the side often...I was terrified, think he did it on purpose!
by Fran
Yes, once as a passenger. It was nice.
by Gia
No, but I would love to! I once had the opportunity but had to decline. Apparently I made "the right decision"...
by Vee
Yes when I was 17.
It was a lot of fun, but would never do it again.
Never a motor bike but I have driven a scooter which is similar but not nearly as fast
by AJ
I've been on a few with my brother and his friends, who used to ride them when they were young. It was a great buzz but a bit scary too.

Loved it! But after coming off a few times in the rain will not be doing so again.
I have only ever ridden as a pillion passenger.Although I was petrified,it was very exciting! I was in my early 20's at the time!
I've been a passenger on a motorcycle at least twice in my adult life. I didn't like it. I felt like I was falling off whenever the bike went faster.
Yes, my husband has a touring bike and I sometimes go out with him. It's good fun :)
Yes every year of my life since I was 14 years old. It is the most fun and the best way to put a grin on any persons face possible.
The issue is that car drivers think that because you are smaller than them you don't need as much space to function on the road as them.
This is completely untrue. As you only have 2 wheels with much less surface area connected to the road you require more road space to stay safe so please think about this when you next see a biker on the road. We don't just say oops and call the repair shop.
It is nearly always broken bones or death.
Many years ago when I was around 15, I sat at the back of a motor bike with a boy that was a little older and interested in me. Old days, no cover on the exhaust pipe, burned my leg! Ouch! Had some explaining to do to Mum as I was supposed to be somewhere else! LOL.
Yes, for over 20 yrs and loved it. Even raced a TZR250 of my first boyfriend and ridden many track days at Phillip Is & Broadford race tracks on a 1000cc sports bike. I couldn't reach the bars when pregnant with my twins and only just getting back into it now 4 yrs later. I'm trying to find the thrill again but my maternal instincts for my own survival means I now have little interest in chasing an adrenalin rush. The up side is I probably won't lose my licence! :-)
Yes! It is a total adrenaline rush. Going around corners however sends my heart into my mouth and i think in my mind 'dear God, the bike is about to fall on its side", thankfully however it never does.
Yes, the wonderful sense of freedom one feels is just amazing.
Yes, have had Honda CB250, Yamaha RD250, Honda FT500. Most exciting rides Vincent Black Shadow 1000, Triumph Bonneville, cannot remember engine size. The Vincent went over 100mph! I did not tell my mother!

No, & will never do so. Too dangerous!

Once saw a smartie come so fast around a corner, the bike slew from underneath him. It went under a bus, & he smashed, literally, into road kerbside. I HEARD his helmet crack open!
My light turned 'green', so don't know what happened to him, but his bike was a certain write-off!
Yes, I had my motor cycle licence before I drove a car and rode a one for years in Sydney. I think it has made me a better driver. I still have my bike licence - retired now, but you never know...!!!!
Yes - as a teenager with my husband, who was then my boyfriend. In those days crash helmets were not mandatory and we had an accident where I flew over his head. Luckily, my husband had insisted I wear a crash helmet (I didn't want to spoil my beehive hairdo) or the result could have been much worse than just general bruising.
My brother gave me a lift on the back of his, to my b/fís house, up hill, 3 ks away. I certainly was terrified! He told me to lean around the corner, & swore at me, when I was too scared to lean properly! No, I havenít been on once since that 1st time! (Yes, I did marry that b/f) That was about 50 years ago! (My brother went on to ride his bike around Australia.)
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