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Just got done cruising on my ebike where I’m at. It gets my mind off a lot of things and a good way to relax.

I’m definitely thinking of buying a motorcycle when I get back to the states or maybe even take up solitary cycling.

I mean I still like cruising on my car/Juke but these are a good way to spice things up, make it more diverse so you don’t get bored.

Now I understand why a lot of veterans with ptsds take up motorcycle cruising as a hobby. It’s a good way to get your mind off things.
 

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Hi Travel Memoir,
These EBikes are the greatest thing since sliced bread and keep you very fit too...I would buy one like a flash,were it not for their attractiveness to petty thieves...Motor Bikes are a different kettle of fish,you are just soo vulnerable one bad bingle and you are broken for life.
 

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Hi Travel Memoir,
These EBikes are the greatest thing since sliced bread and keep you very fit too...I would buy one like a flash,were it not for their attractiveness to petty thieves...Motor Bikes are a different kettle of fish,you are just soo vulnerable one bad bingle and you are broken for life.

I’m not talking about a bicycle. I’m talking about a motorcycle scooter that runs only 33 kmph. It runs on electricity and battery and we charge it up in our garage.
 

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Just got done cruising on my ebike where I’m at. It gets my mind off a lot of things and a good way to relax.

I’m definitely thinking of buying a motorcycle when I get back to the states or maybe even take up solitary cycling.

I mean I still like cruising on my car/Juke but these are a good way to spice things up, make it more diverse so you don’t get bored.

Now I understand why a lot of veterans with ptsds take up motorcycle cruising as a hobby. It’s a good way to get your mind off things.
I'm not a veteran and I don't have PTSD. I simply ride because it's a lifestyle, it's who you are. For me, it's a bit different as one of my hobbies is custom building cafe racers and my company is involved with DGR and host the annual event where I live. So you can see motorcycles just became part of me.

I get to ride because I am single with no children. Once that changes I will stop riding and focus only on building cafe racer projects. It's a dangerous lifestyle and falling on a bike is bound to happen at some point.

This is my current bike (I change bikes every other year) and most recent build:

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I used to ride a lot simply because it took my mind off of stuff, that is until I crashed it. I haven't bought one since then.

But that being said, I didn't break anything when I crashed my motorcycle and broke multiple bones when I went over my handlebars on my bicycle. Both crashes were thanks to cars.
 

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Im thinking of getting a used, affordable motor scooter when I get back to the states.

It’s a good way to save on gas, takes me from point A to B especially to Coffee Shops, library and bookstores etc, plus it’s a good way to go cruising.

The only thing missing is the music, which I prefer not to wear headphones because you can’t hear the car honks at you.
 
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