yes. fun and a little dangerous. somebody could get hurt if you're not careful. love it.
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Elizabeth- you bring back memories. I recall riding my Kawasaki Superbike at 135 MPH, braking rapidly to sweep through decreasing radius turns wondering if I'd die, my knees taking turns flicking the weeds on the sides of the sweeps. Straighten out, crack the throttle, and feel the Dunlop KH81 grip and fling your mortal coil forward with unGodly G's.
Alas, I am now 53, and married with a child, so I put all this behind me some years ago.
But I still remember. Wouldn't trade it for anything.
For me it 25 years ago and that magical moment between 4th and 5th gear on a 1985 V-Max. These days I am a little more conservative with my current ride. Even though it's equipped with a nice sound system, the most intoxicating sound actually comes from under the hood.