Why ride a motorcycle? Here at Bike Talk we are convinced that riding a motorcycle is something most people don’t have to do, but rather feel compelled to – for a wide variety of reasons ranging from passion to practicality.
One of the most distinct things about riding is that nothing feels quite like a motorcycle; the thrill of being at one with a two-wheeled machine that weighs only a hundred and something kilograms is one of the most serene ways to get from one point to another, and the risks involved sometimes even heighten that enjoyment. Perhaps Robert Pirsig said it best in Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance: “You’re completely in contact with it all. You’re in the scene, not just watching it anymore, and the sense of presence is overwhelming.”
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Announcement: Rider Training in Durban
Beginners: If you've never ridden a motorcycle before, have a Learner License for a Motorcycle and want to learn how to ride, then contact Lionel Richards - 082 4124921 near Hillcrest
License: If you have at least 2000km regular riding experience, have a Learner License for a Motorcycle, your Own Motorcycle and need to be prepped for the K53 Motorcycle License Test, then contact Gary - 082 4308908 in Amanzimtoti
Advanced, Skilled, and Road Captains: If you are interested in taking your skills to a whole new level, then contact Hein - 083 7937975 or visit the MSI Website