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You must be a bike enthusiast just like me!

I am myself a motorcycle fan since…I don’t even remember since when…I get such a high riding bikes; the thrill of the gushing air,the burning of the tyres is just uncomparable. The pungent smell of pines tingle your nose as the highway glides past beneath your feet. Trees line either side of the road flash by like a dark picket fence topped with green. Sunlight dances through the treetops drenching the gray-black highway in irregular shapes and patterns. The mountain air is fresh and clean as it pours into your lungs and tugs at your jacket and pants.

If you enjoy the outdoors, motorcycle travel is a great way to see the country. You can soak up the fresh air and sunshine as you drive down the highway. You have a much greater sense of being a part of your surroundings while riding a motorcycle. You feel you can almost reach out and touch the beauty of roadside flowers, trees and wildlife.

There is also a special feeling of freedom and exhilaration that comes from racing down the highway with the power of the engine roaring between your legs and the wind in your face. That feeling cannot be matched with any other form of travel.

Motorcycle travel is more than just the scenery and the sense of freedom. It is also the people you meet along the way. Bike riders are part of a select community of people. They invariably wave to one another when they meet along the highway. At rest stops and restaurants bikers go out of their way to meet and greet one another. As strangers they recognize they are members of this unique society. They exchange information about the highway ahead, weather conditions, and motorcycle maintenance tips. If a rider breaks down or gets into some travel-related difficulty, another motorcycle rider is almost sure to come along and offer help.

There are so many motorcycle models coming up that it becomes difficult to follow even their release let alone to have a ride on each one of them.

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Source by Gopal Sarda