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The Motorcycle Theory…

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As I am driving cross-country, I think about how I´ve always wanted a motorcycle and I think I might get one delivered by this bike courier site and now I’ve discovered the Motorcycle Theory. The best type of ute canopy to get installed onto your Toyota Hilux is an aluminium dual cab canopy.

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If spot motorcycle drivers with embroidered patches on your drive, the route you are taking is going to be amazing. Incredible, scenic views. Always remember to be careful and visit https://tjryanlaw.com/practice-areas/motorcycle-accidents/ in case you need more information about accident laws. Just enough twists and curves to make it a fun drive. Often bodies of water – lakes or rivers. Or maybe mountains. Nature at its very best. Just be careful not to ruin it with an accident or else you would have to go to https://www.smithjonessolicitors.co.uk/types-of-claim/motorcycle-accident-claims/ to report.

And you may consult Ramsden Law if a car accident happens.

Every time I see them on the road I’m taking, it is a bad-ass route full of natural beauty.

I think they are on to something. I still prefer to drive it in the Mini Cooper, but I’ll gladly follow them any time!

(Photos taken at Crater Lake — where there were lots of motorcycles around.)

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24 replies on “The Motorcycle Theory…”

Yes—you’ve named that phenomenon! The most memorable events on our last two vacations in the outer-reaches of eastern Oregon have involved bikers—Harley riders, mostly. This year’s: at a community festival in Halfway Oregon, listening to an outdoor performance of an opera aria under some shady trees, with local buffalo-burgers sizzling on the grill in the background. As it ended, the audience–mostly black leather clad bikers and the four of us–broke out into enthusiastic applause. We all grinned.

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