Cities are packed, jammed, polluted, and tough to move around in. It doesn’t matter whether you live there, work there, or just visit. Getting around the city can be hard work, uncomfortable, and even thoroughly unpleasant. But what turns you off about the city might not bother the guy sat next to you. Perhaps you don’t like the bus because the noise of shrieking kids on the school run gives you a headache? Or maybe you just don’t like the smell of the subway? Does the mode of transport you choose say anything about your personality or outlook on life though?
Have you ever wondered how much time you spend traveling to and from work each year? If your commute takes an hour a day, over the course of a year, this equates to around ten days, depending on vacation time. Ten full days spent traveling! Imagine what you could do with that time? Rather than wasting it, sitting and idly daydreaming, make the most of your commute to improve your body and mind.
Riding a motorcycle is truly a way of life – is it not? Your bike is a good reflection of you, and it’s the perfect way to enjoy freedom on the open road. Driving a bike can be a tough gig. Weather conditions can ruin the best ride, and of course, you’ve always got to keep an eye out for dangerous drivers. The road has so many hazards for the rider.