3 Incorrect Reasons to Ride a Motorcycle

Why should you buy a motorbike? Your reasons to ride might be as philosophical as "freedom" or as practical as getting on the ferry first. I've heard worse. But it's hard to be gracious with 3 reasons that are fallacious.

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  • I watch these channel's videos but everything seems from a parallel universe. In poor countries motorcycles don't look like that and aren't used like that

    Turma da EmbrósiaTurma da EmbrósiaPrieš 21 val
  • My reason for a motorcycle was that i needed someway to get from a to b and a nice car is more expensive than a nice motorcycle.

    SeorfulSeorfulPrieš 23 val
  • I was in the middle of a trip to see a friend for Christmas, was like a 4 and a half hour ride I stopped in the middle for food and rest and had 2 old guys come right after the other to tell me about bikes they use to have

    Lepong20Lepong20Prieš dieną
  • Solid production, entertaining and informative. You're fuckin awesome, keep it coming.

    Syafiq PoulsenSyafiq PoulsenPrieš dieną
  • Now if you want to attract guys, that's a whole different thing.

    Klint IzwuddKlint IzwuddPrieš 2 dienas
  • I actually did buy a bike in the beginning to save cash, car insurance was around £1500, bike cost me £100. Plus no lessons to pay for upfront. These days the savings are much less obvious and I get nearly double the MPG from the car

    matthew kent-ellismatthew kent-ellisPrieš 2 dienas
  • Luckily, I don't live in North America. Motorcycles are cheap in my country. But the best reason I think to ride a motorcycle is if one wants to make large tours around continents or the world, or to commute to work in an agile manner. Then it is really cheap, mobile and pretty hard to beat. If you are doing the world travel thing, it's also good for the enviroment. Few people would walk around the globe, taking a car alone would be too much, while taking a flights is worse I think. Train might be a good option, but then you lose out on mobility. Also, with train and airplane, you see and experience only the stops. With a bike, you can experience everything interesting, yet still remain fast and mobile. As for commuting, it's the cheapest and most mobile way to go to work. After all, who wants to be drenched in sweat after a bicycle ride? Even though it's good exercise, if you need to cycle 20 miles a day, half of it after a tiring workday, you might think twice about it. And a bicycle is even more sensitive to weather than a motorbike. It's faster than public transport, easier to park than a car, and also cheaper if you don't live in north america :)

    Thorn SpitfireThorn SpitfirePrieš 2 dienas
  • The only thing you get with bikes is more hairy bikers and little boys staring out the car window to see you ...not chicks

    AbegazAbegazPrieš 2 dienas
  • Is it possible to give more than one thumbs up for this video?

    AndrewAndrewPrieš 3 dienas
  • Reading comments about how old people's talk about their past regarding motorcycle, the i realized i live in Southeast Asia where virtually everyone rode a motorcycle. Even my 75 and 68 y.o grandparent still rides their motorcycle.

    KevinKevinPrieš 3 dienas
  • In NJ USA, it is definitely far cheaper to buy, insure, and run a motorcycle as compared to an auto. Mostly due to insurance costs. Yes, even factoring in needing to replace tires more often, even if you include gear (but really, if you're just commuting, you need a helmet, a decent jacket and half-decent gloves. At some point, if you're spending more on kit, you're really buying a costume, rather than equipment...) The fact is, if it ain't a sportbike and it's paid for, you'll save a few grand each year in insurance (which makes up for rubber expenses) and if you can change oil and adjust valves yourself (or buy something with hydraulic lifters) , you're coming out nicely ahead, especially if you compare the state of a $5k used moto with a $5k used auto. Shit, you can carry a helluva lot more with a simple messenger bag, or you can get something like a NT650v, which are cheap, can go 100k+ miles no problem (and are often seen for sale with more like 15k miles), and they even have some luggage capacity. For the few times/year you need to carry actual big stuff, borrow a friend's ride or rent one, you're still way ahead. But yeah, if you're an overly sensitive diva, you likely couldn't handle the attrition that comes with the savings. But I rode nothing but bicycles (for short trips) and a vt500 Ascot (for long and/or fast trips) for a few years when i was dead-broke as an undergrad. That which does not kill me...

    Rob DoubleRob DoublePrieš 3 dienas
  • Everytime i told someone i wanted a bike they’d ask “why they’re dangerous you’ll die in just a crash” bruh who said I didn’t want the danger

    The Dreaming SingerThe Dreaming SingerPrieš 3 dienas
  • I've just been trying to find out how long Ryan does not comment on his comments... hmm, seems to be a mission impossible !

    millinutzmillinutzPrieš 3 dienas
  • I, for one, bought a motorcycle to lubricate a chain with gear oil. Don't tell me it's the wrong reason.

    Alex ValchukAlex ValchukPrieš 3 dienas
  • I investigated buying an e bike and a cheap car to cut emissions... decided for the money I should just get a hybrid Yaris. Glad I watched this, thanks.

    Ag3nt0fCha0sAg3nt0fCha0sPrieš 4 dienas
  • that old guy comment is so true for me, with my roadbike being a '78 cx500. anywhere i go someone will comment that they used to have one. Also on the money saving... i couldnt really claim that one... since I have 3 bikes. doesnt quite save me money

    WillWillPrieš 4 dienas
  • as usual, a great video

    backnblack -backnblack -Prieš 4 dienas
  • Mine was a big money saver when I had long commutes and gas prices were ridiculously high, went from 40 a week to 15 a week in gas. I still had a car, still do as it's more practical.

    omega5040omega5040Prieš 4 dienas
  • I didnt have any delusions that I'd be picking up chick's on my bike.... ....I just didn't expect how many middle aged guys would bother me leaving a store just to make sure I knew that they "used to have a harley" Good for you, man.

    Nick BNick BPrieš 5 dienų
  • Awe so true😐 but thanks for reminding me🤙🏼😉

    raul acostaraul acostaPrieš 5 dienų
  • I'm surprised about the saving money part - one of the first things I felt while riding compared to driving a car was less worry about paying for gas or insurance, I go places I would never go in the car because I'd weigh up the cost of a tank of fuel but my bike does 200 miles on $13 so the cost is pretty much removed from the equation when travelling for me. I have to learn how to properly maintain my bike so it doesn't decay too badly sure but that's also a plus - teaching me personal responsibility.

    k lk lPrieš 5 dienų
  • bro, let me get get a bike, stop discouraging me.

    Allan UdalAllan UdalPrieš 5 dienų
    • Do it! Just... for your correct reason;)

      ChrisChrisPrieš 3 dienas
  • the endining with the old man...Man i felt you!My father is a biker and the love for the bikes comes from our first ride(yamaha rd 350lc),since then i always thinking about motorcycles...BUT the lack of understanding that bikes are not the same as used to be,in performance handling and safety..He will never understand and when we talk about that he is going me crazy!!RUN Ryan!

    negorasnegorasPrieš 5 dienų
  • Lol 6 digits on the clock and she's shot... Laughs in 30 year old goldwing. As for insurance with an msf and no years experience I paid 150 for the year to insure my cb650

    Chris DowChris DowPrieš 5 dienų

    Tank To ChestTank To ChestPrieš 6 dienų

    Tank To ChestTank To ChestPrieš 6 dienų
  • No shit, my friend got a 1973 CB 500 and fully expected to have women lining up to ride on it. Instead, every single place we stopped for gas a 60+ year old man would come waddling over to wax poetic about how he had the same bike in the 80s and how that was the best time of his life.

    SmallfrySmallfryPrieš 6 dienų
  • As a female, I've actually had quite a few guys tell me it was hot that i rode a bike. Of course it never progressed past that, though.

    KaiKaiPrieš 6 dienų
  • My first bike was a little 125.... did 130mpg... cost £15 to tax.... penny’s to insure.... I went to work and back for 3 years on that thing it saved me thousands .... Second bike was 500 and payed for its self in petrol money 1300cc bike used more fuel then my car but it’s fast as fuck so who cares lol

    joe whitejoe whitePrieš 6 dienų
    • @Chris I hadn’t considered that 😂

      joe whitejoe whitePrieš 3 dienas
    • So your first bikes financed the third one^^

      ChrisChrisPrieš 3 dienas
  • Love your work

    SAFX4 Off - Road ActionSAFX4 Off - Road ActionPrieš 6 dienų
  • as girl i can confirm, usually if we like motorcycles, we're riding them ourselves and , we're not always too interested in whats sitting on it but saying that, if youve got a nice personality and a bike, you might get a chance

    pplagueratpplagueratPrieš 6 dienų
  • “A Motorcycle with 6 figures on the clock, will be absolutely shot” - Ryan buddy, were you speaking km’s here? Miles? Does it matter to you? You’re my hero so please write back, I don’t want to wind up like Stan!

    Rod Rides & WrenchesRod Rides & WrenchesPrieš 6 dienų
    • I think he‘s civilized so it can‘t be miles...

      ChrisChrisPrieš 3 dienas
  • I think I've had 4 women ever comment on either of my motorcycles (the lost 03 Honda Shadow 750 and my current 14 Honda Valkyrie). Of the maybe hundred others that have ever thumbs upped or whatever, all have been men, mostly 50+yrs old. That's cool with me, none of my friends ride so I'm always happy to meet new people. Insurance has actually been really, really good but I didn't start riding til 35. The Valkyrie gets about as good mileage as my minivan so... yeah. Sorry environment, ain't you, either. My therapist supports it so I'll just keep riding... Wait.. Can I deduct it as a medical expense?

    Bobcat ArtsBobcat ArtsPrieš 6 dienų
  • I first bought a motorcycle as in the UK its so expensive to get a car at the age of 17 even when you factor in the bike, the gear and insurance a bike is just cheaper. I carried on owning/riding motorcycles even though I now have a car as its clears my head and help's my state of mind. For most owning a motorbike is a frame of mind you can't put a cost on.

    KennyKennyPrieš 6 dienų
  • the funny thing is... I started riding a motorcycle to save money (because public transport is much more expensive), and while I wasn't trying to impress girls, I did unintentionally impress one who ended up becoming my wife... we actually met because she was assigned to be my pillion on a motorcycle trip, and we got along so fabulously the rest is history 😁 And finally, I do believe motorcycles save the environment by reducing congestion on roads. Commuting in Mumbai, one car takes up as much space on the road as 5 if not more motorcycles... if more people used cars the city would simply not move 🤦‍♂️

    Kristopher NoronhaKristopher NoronhaPrieš 6 dienų
  • Ive carried car wheels with tires, chainsaws, climbing equipment you name it. On sportbikes and cruisers lol but it also costs me for a year of insurance less than my car for a month

    750Rocketman750RocketmanPrieš 7 dienų
  • The accurate depiction of the T-Rex in the deep subsurface made my day.

    Ragavan NRagavan NPrieš 7 dienų
  • I'm about to get a bike and i really like different types of vehicles. I enjoy driving, for real. The one thing i don't like is people bothering me when i'm enjoying myself and i'm not into driving people around. If somebody thinks that a bike can get chicks, i'd say that not only that's nonsense, because bikes are *A TOTAL DUDE MAGNET* but i'd say that that would be very uncomfortable. A woman being interested in my bike... blegh!! No, thanks.

    NuggetNuggetPrieš 7 dienų
  • That Triumph one hit way to close to home... I have a Triumph.

    s70driver2005s70driver2005Prieš 7 dienų
  • I'm a girl, *says my google account*. Sorry for skewing your statistics xd

    DALoliDALoliPrieš 7 dienų
  • Rich man rides a motorcycle until it drops. Poor man rides it 100k more km and sells it for parts. If it was cheaper to drive a car our economy wouldnt be built on manufacturing getting to work 5 up on super cubs

    Conrad BielickiConrad BielickiPrieš 7 dienų
  • I sometimes meet nice people riding... but 75% of the time someone wants to talk, they are telling me about someone they knew who died on a motorcycle and that its so dangerous... lots of guys into bikes seem awkward and creepy because they probably don't know how to act since they hardly ever see a woman rider.

    MissyMalapropMissyMalapropPrieš 8 dienų
  • Having owned a few old bangers of bikes, those old dudes are sometimes good coz they give yiu tips on how to fix them and keep them running good

    VLNOWVLNOWPrieš 8 dienų
  • if you really need a reason to ride a motorcycle, do yourself a favor and buy a Prius

    USN8591VAUSN8591VAPrieš 8 dienų
  • I just bought a triumph street scrambler. I’m gonna get all the old dudes.

    The Sweaty YetiThe Sweaty YetiPrieš 8 dienų
  • I wanted to ride again cause my life was boring

    Notorious MiksNotorious MiksPrieš 8 dienų
  • 1.) My BMW bike is 270€ of insurance p.a., liability in the regions of 1 million plus iirc plus theft and vandalism. A BMW 3series is about 2k, last I checked. Same with taxes: I pay 30€ for my bike, a 3 series I can afford and want starts at 230€. Used bike was cheaper to buy than the car, too, the only thing that kicked me in the gonads was gear. I'd actually budget 1k if I were to start over again. Lack of Goretex sucks. 2.) To save the environment... Difficult. With the amount of tires bikes burn through compared to cars, they are highly unlikely to ever beat the hydrocarbon lead that cars have. So even cradle to grave, it's going to be tough. Sure, less material overall, 200 kg of aluminium, rubber etc vs 10 times as much is a big difference in energy requirement during manufacture, but total mileage covered will easily be in favor of cars, especially in north america. Add maintenance items and it seems cars have bikes licked. I'll ignore NOx and CO because those only save people, and people don't save the environment. 3. ) Eh, depends. Sure, in your thirties, bikes are a sign of independence and lack of risk aversion that some may not be looking for, but in your twenties? Absolutely not a problem.

    Zibingo TaeamZibingo TaeamPrieš 8 dienų
  • In india the majority of people get a motorcycle becoz it's cheaper, fuel efficient and gets u from point A to B And if u have a bike with atleast 200cc u can even travel to mountains and long trips, u wanna save money in india get a motorcycle or a scooter which will give u 30 to 40 KMPL

    Subhodeep MSubhodeep MPrieš 8 dienų
  • Ahahaha

    Alexander LiubchenkoAlexander LiubchenkoPrieš 9 dienų
  • Okay, I am sold and from henceforth, consider me gay.

    DicerXDicerXPrieš 9 dienų
  • IDK I survived all through college with my Rebel. Insurance was cheaper, IT was cheaper, and I cannot eat enough to fill the Amazon saddle bags I put on it... though I did try once to strap down a whole pizza.

    sandakurevasandakurevaPrieš 9 dienų
  • Well I use half the petrol per mile on my bike than my car, insurance is far more affordable than a car which allowed me to get started, and I met my wife thanks to my bike. Unlike every other video f9 have done, this is nonsense.

    Robin James HartleyRobin James HartleyPrieš 9 dienų
  • you get the geezer crowd a bit more when yer on a Harley...and I have owned most brands...(Harley was my least favorite)...........hey wait....I am a geezer..............................but I still ride... ...why?...because I can

    mike deemike deePrieš 9 dienų
  • cuts my commute in half, I spend half the amount on gas and it was registered as a farm bike (drz400 supermoto) so the registration is like 20 bucks. plus it's just cathartic as hell. works for me

    Ricky ARicky APrieš 9 dienų
  • Bruh my insurance is like $70 a year and that's on a really fast adventure bike. Under 30 y/o in the US

    [Smug Mode][Smug Mode]Prieš 9 dienų
  • 0:49 in Cambodia people are hauling heavy stuff on trailers with slightly modified scooters (sub-frame to connect trailer)

    Maciej Jan DługoszMaciej Jan DługoszPrieš 9 dienų
  • Depending on the bike and the situation, a bike definitely can be wayyyy less expensive than a car. In my experience the insurance costs average about 10% of that of a car, my last commuter bike maxed at 72mpg, and it often allowed me to avoid having to pay for parking. As for getting babes: if you're unable to attract a romantic interest with a bus pass, a motorcycle ain't gonna help. And yes, I have had a few septegenarians tell me about their fabled 160mph CB750s.

    ben kelleyben kelleyPrieš 9 dienų
  • These videos just don't sparkle like they use to.

  • The part about the expensive insurance is true....but only in America and Canada, here in Europe you can get good insurance for like less than 200€ a year, I pay 150€ a year

    PperoniPperoniPrieš 10 dienų
  • Legend has it " if your boy friend doesn't ride a motorbike, you've got a girl friend " haha

    Srini KrishSrini KrishPrieš 10 dienų
    • Or both of you 2 ride a motorcycle hehe

      BeaBeaPrieš 5 dienų
  • One reason why having a motorcycle is ideal to me, am so impatient to tolerate traffic jam at any time of the day most especially rush hours. Not for getting needing a huge parking space, driving license (in my country you don't need a license to ride a motorcycle).

    Skate With MeSkate With MePrieš 10 dienų
  • Van city!!!

    Cannabis JonesCannabis JonesPrieš 10 dienų
  • dream killer

    Sweh'yah TSweh'yah TPrieš 10 dienų
  • I can confirm the older people that like to talk. That's how it should be though. Meet people, hear stories and enjoy it all. If it wasn't for the bike you wouldn't have met that person. Everybody be nicer to each other.

    rydeen450rydeen450Prieš 10 dienų
  • Sooooooo.... When is the rebel 1100 review coming out?

    FraneFranePrieš 10 dienų
  • Motorcycle insurance cost is insanely cheap

  • I think I told my parents years ago that having a bike was cheaper, lol.

    The Internet ExplorerThe Internet ExplorerPrieš 10 dienų
  • I ride for my mental health. Unlike every single therapist and psychiatrist I've ever talked to, the motorcycle actually helps, and since I'm in the US, it's cheaper. Plus, for some reason, there is a huge stigma around mental health issues. Not as much of a stigma around motorcycles. Insurance for bikes in the US isn't that expensive, I have insurance on two bikes, one of them comp and collision, and I pay less than $400 a year. What seems to cost a lot of money compared to a car is tires, especially if you have something like my DR650 that eats back tires about once every oil change. Doesn't matter if it's a $50 Shinko or a $200 Metzler, that tire is done in 5,000 miles on my DR. A more typical street bike will wear tires down slower, but still not as slow as a car. Gas mileage is almost a wash depending on the bike and the car. I used to have a Street 500 that got 60 mpg on the highway, but a Prius can approach that. I had a Suzuki Intruder 1400 that got about 40 mpg, and a clapped out old Civic could get that kind of mileage.

    Oddman1980Oddman1980Prieš 10 dienų
  • Hi if you’re a woman on a motorcycle you’re still getting those 65 year old guys chasing you into gas stations to tell you about all the wrecks their cousin had in the 70s thank yew.

    Veg MotoVeg MotoPrieš 10 dienų
  • Im in Europe and im close to finishing my A2 Lisence training,meaning i can only ride bikes upto 35kw,and the only one i like is a Yamaha XT660X,its a supermoto and i dont know what kind of helmet to wear on supermotos,any suggestions?

    Hristijan DurlanovHristijan DurlanovPrieš 10 dienų
  • I've got possibly the worst reason of the bunch, I got one as my 17th Birthday present. I haven't learnt to drive a car as I have a motorbike, but I have a motorbike I haven't got around to learning to drive a car. Far more years have passed than I'd like to admit and I've changed nothing but the bike I ride.

    Olivia LambertOlivia LambertPrieš 11 dienų
    • I still don't have my driving licence and I've been riding a few years now too 😂

      Ash HoldawayAsh HoldawayPrieš 8 dienų
  • so compare the motorbike and the car to a bicycle, how do they compare on co2 output per km?? because a bicycles engine (us the user) outputs co2 in greater quantity when pedalling

    ivan schafeldtivan schafeldtPrieš 11 dienų
  • all of you who disliked this are definitely weiners

    TenseBeastGamingTenseBeastGamingPrieš 11 dienų
  • 0:34 in Montana, USA..... you dont need to have insurance on a bike dont even have to wear a helmet.... . sure, this puts you at HIGH RISK if you crash into "lawsuit grandma" in her 1999 buick century.... . but if you have the mental ability to be responsible and safe.... it can save you TONS of money . also, the cost for my 27 year old stupid butt (who has 4 speeding tickets) to insure my 1998 honda magna 750 16 dollars a month.... for FULL coverage . if it didnt have the tickets.... it would be about 9 or 10 dollars a month . . also... the speeding tickets (doing 80 in a 70 zone) cost me 20 dollars..... and 2 points on my license (it may even be only 1 point!) . but ya.... 20 dollars for speeding 20 dollars for no seat belt (and they must pull you over for another reason first..... only then can they give you a belt ticket on-top of the first ticket) . montana understands its 160 miles to a Walmart.... so the saying is "5 you're fine.... 6 you're mine"

    kain hallkain hallPrieš 11 dienų
  • 2.9% 🙋🏻‍♀️

    Carolina DannaCarolina DannaPrieš 11 dienų
  • I actually do save more just having a motorcycle. I use a big backpack to grocery shop, my insurance is super cheap. My gear was a little expensive but still saved money. while I've never had a girl approach me about my motorcycle, every girl I've dated wanted to be on the back of it.

    Eric SmithEric SmithPrieš 11 dienų
  • Over here, having a motorcycle will save you money. For the price of my well kept 10 years old motorcycle, I would've maybe found a fucked up car from 30 years ago. Not to mention that for a "new driver", insurance for a car can cost almost as much as the car itself. Sure it will be expensive for the motorcycle as well, but surely far less. Of course, there are other factors to consider, but in my experience it has worked fairly well on that regard.

    IckymIckymPrieš 11 dienų
  • I've use my bike to get parts for my car, batteries, starters, what not. Pretty handy to have a backup.

    Sean HolmesSean HolmesPrieš 11 dienų
  • I learned in Texas. I never even got my motorcycle license, just bought a bike...no helmet...no gear....parking lots to back streets to main roads. I wouldn't advise it for my kids, but "fuck it," will work less you die. It was super cheap.

    Robert MorrisonRobert MorrisonPrieš 11 dienų
  • The thing is- I’m 64and I could easily outrun ALL of my 6 kids and 5 grandkids. Your old man stereotype is whack.

    James VilbertJames VilbertPrieš 11 dienų
  • God forbid you ride something a little bit rare \ quirky. I ride a Moto Guzzi at the moment and people want to talk to me about it... All. The. Time.

    HimaroHimaroPrieš 11 dienų
  • I have no car and only ride my bike to get around. Pretty much every girl I've dated has said it's way better in a women's eyes for the guy to own even an average car vs a cool bike

    Eamon MacDermottEamon MacDermottPrieš 11 dienų
  • When driving a motorcycle I often get greeted by kids, and last time an older guy. I think that old dude was driving them back in his teenage days or so, and still likes to see them. You get a bunch of attention, but there is pretty much no woman in the world who just wants to hop on you and your motorcycle.

    LucasLucasPrieš 11 dienų
  • you look like attorneytom's little brother.

    Michael GutierrezMichael GutierrezPrieš 12 dienų
  • Oh shit 97 percent male viewers 🤣

    MrMrZENSIERTMrMrZENSIERTPrieš 12 dienų
  • Always have the old guys talking about theirs stories. Love them…instant connection with the world..that is a great benefit of riding. Always get better connection on a bike then with a car!

    Zen and two wheelsZen and two wheelsPrieš 12 dienų
  • 3 correct reasons to ride a motorcycle?

    Bagdad PajitBagdad PajitPrieš 12 dienų
  • Note: A sport bike is cheaper than a sports car. Faster possibly but still cheaper

    Shaggy MasonShaggy MasonPrieš 12 dienų
  • I buy motorcycles to have fun. There’s no other reason I could think of

    Chivo Dominican RepresentativeChivo Dominican RepresentativePrieš 12 dienų
  • One of your best, and possibly most accurate videos - thank you!

    Kim ToyKim ToyPrieš 12 dienų
  • You can save a lot of money if you do it the right way. For about two and a half years all I had was a motorcycle. Fuel was way less, Insurance was 1/10th of my truck, I did all my own maintenance so that wasn't a cost for me.

    Giovanni CintoloGiovanni CintoloPrieš 12 dienų
  • The thing about riding is you start because its thrilling, the feeling of speed and being one with the machine. However as time goes by and you gain experience and wisdom, and have an above average amount of humility, you know its only a matter of time before you become a statistic and you quit while youre ahead.

    batvettebatvettePrieš 12 dienų
    • You’re a statistic as soon as you’re conceived.

      Josh is a JediJosh is a JediPrieš 10 dienų
  • Just remember, it was old guys who started it all yup. Haha

    Hurley Flyer 2Hurley Flyer 2Prieš 12 dienų
  • 6 figures on the clock and the MC is shot ? .. hell no .. just get a Honda 2:10 - 2:20 had me laughing FAR to much haha

    LadosligeseLadosligesePrieš 12 dienų
  • I drive a motorcycle cuz I'm scared to drive a normal 4 wheel vehicle.

    The SpeedDemonThe SpeedDemonPrieš 12 dienų
  • anyone think he looks like the mandolorian

    John ScovellJohn ScovellPrieš 12 dienų
  • That triumph guy is real in most part of the world..

    sharvan dhananjayansharvan dhananjayanPrieš 13 dienų
  • The over the top snark and constant gurning takes away from this otherwise a good channel.

    blperocblperocPrieš 13 dienų
  • Hello from down under, looking at doing light dust riding but mainly commuting. Being 6’2 tall and 120kgs i need tall bike. Wondering if a 2008 1200gs or Ktm 950 Smc would be good ? Thinking GS would be a bit heavy side.. keep up great work ride safe 🍀

    Gary Worzel Graham-SmithGary Worzel Graham-SmithPrieš 13 dienų
  • It depends on what car you are going from and if toll roads are involved also, I sold our second car that was a newer bmw to get a 2012 cbr 1000rr with very low miles on it to commute on, and it literally saves me $1100 per month in comparison to owning the bmw and driving that to work.

    antonie papazoglovantonie papazoglovPrieš 13 dienų