Often times people ask me why I ride and I tell them this:
I ride when the sun shines, when the rain falls, and when the wind blows.
I ride where the road takes me, where it begins, where it ends, and where others cannot reach.
I ride for minutes, for hours, for days, for weeks, and for years.
I ride to find cures for cancer, for children, for charities, and for no reason at all.
I ride to live life, to embrace fear, to see the world, hear the wind, taste the rain, and to kiss the sun.
I ride and see and feel things that others do not.
I ride with and for my fellow riders.
I ride to experience the beauty of my faithful steed of iron and chrome.
I ride for it is what I am and what I do.
I ride, simply, just for the ride.