A Good Article on the Freedom of Motorcycling.

California Biker Motorcycle Injury Lawyer Norman Gregory Fernandez reviews an Article on the Freedom of Motorcycling.I just read an interesting article on the freedom of motorcycling that was written by a life long biker from the great State of Arkansas name Barry Tudor.

I may not agree with everything that he wrote in his article, but nonetheless, it is a good article and deserves to be read.

I do agree with Barry that bikers should have the freedom of choice on Helmet issues, and that the powerful insurance lobby is doing everything they can to take away our freedom to ride as we choose, and to limit the horsepower on our motorcycles.

As I have stated in many of my articles; it is very hard to articulate in words, what it is like to ride a motorcycle, and to be a biker. The only way to really know is to get on a motorcycle and do some miles on the open road.

Barry’s attempt at articulating what it is like to ride Motorcycles and to be a Biker is good. I give his article my thumbs up, and recommend that you read it.

His take on helmet laws, and other attempts to legally limit our ability to be free in the wind also deserves to be read.

Without further ado, you may read Barry’s article on the Freedom of Motorcycling by clicking here now.

By Norman Gregory Fernandez, Esq., © 2007

5 Responses to A Good Article on the Freedom of Motorcycling.

  1. Thanks for linking my article here, and for the thumbs up! I looked over your site,
    it’s pretty cool! P.S. My one bad crash in 1989 was in Sacramento, north on Watt Ave just before it goes to rice fields. All my kids are native born Californians.

    Peace!

    BLT

  2. Riders and Pilots – Bikes and Planes – what’s the deal?
    There’s a pretty big chance that if you fly a plane, you also ride a motorcycle. Why?

    A recent article by Fred Rau in Friction Zone magazine explores the correlation between riding motorcycles and flying aircraft. Fred says a pilot is 12 times more lik

  3. Barry you wrote a good article! It deserves a thumbs up! I think that we think the same on many issues.

    I remember each time I have gone down too. I have been very fortunate that the times I have gone down resulted in minor injuries. I also remember the many close calls which are just a part of motorcycling.

    Its good to see a man such as you, writing these kinds of articles. It is truly a gift to be able to articulate things, and you did a very good job at articulating that which I truly love; motorcycling.

    Good Luck man and keep on riding and writing!

    Norm

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