33 Comments on "7 Things Only Bikers Understand"


  1. Yo yo yo what is up? Hope you enjoyed the video, come chat with me on my discord! find the link here https://patreon.com/yammienoob

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  2. The thrill of passing traffic on the highway close enough that you can reach out and touch them.

    The joy of seeing a kids face light up when you rev the engine at a stop light.

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  3. That feeling every time you get on that Bike, knowing you don't commute to ride, you ride to commute.

    That feeling every time you start that bike, you know you don't have to care for Door Ajar or Seatbelt warning.

    That feeling when you look at your bike, knowing you can comfortably park at least four of those in place of family hatchback.

    That pride when you get on that Bike, know it's a not a boring family carrier and you ride for yourself mostly.. (except in India/Asia you would often spot folks riding with wife and two kids on their 100cc Bikes and mopeds)

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  4. When you rob a bank you don't take off any gear, you actually opt for wearing kevlar plates under your jacket and use your helmet as an anonymity device

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  5. The screenshots YouTube he puts in are hilarious if you pause the video and read whats in the search bar. Gotta love the subtle humor

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  6. Taking a peek at your front and rear wheels and pricy floating rotors at speed. Awesome

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  7. I recently had my kickstand drop. Was wearing new boots and I'm pretty sure I kicked the passenger pegs and I didnt look down to make sure the kickstand was down. Leaned over and it was too late. I was right in front of a HD dealership when I did it. Felt like such a noob even though I'm not. Lol. Ride Safe!

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  8. Since you rode Daytona, you know how sketchy it feels to put on the kickstand even when you do remember to put it down. I stay embarrassing my self stomping my foot down and standing her back upright thinking I forgot and am about to drop her lmfao.

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  9. Number 8: bikers hate cars going 35mph in a 45mph corner because the trade off of safety for physics means we can hit 80mph in said corner. Fuck you Darla, 1.2 Gs is nothing in your Chevy Spark.

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  10. Scrubbing pegs on a turn. Reaching for the motorcycle controls when driving your car.

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  11. Beating the time from Google Maps is fun on both my Triumph and in my Acura RSX-S. 🙂

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  12. Learned how to ride a few months ago… Got "The Wave" like 5 times my First day out on my Ninja.. Best…Feeling…Ever

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