I'd say - give it a go! I have always wanted to learn to write a vespa - a scooter, ut I'm too chicken to do it;-)
I like the chequered flag on Ben's wrist are they telling us something. Love.
Those road bikes aren't really very comfortable for women, you need to get a Virago or a Marauder.
I'd say no. Its too dangerous
Absolutely NO, and that will probably send you straight out to have ago, but I hope not!
only with a helmet.but i sure love the orange.
Wow...that´s cool!I find you must try it ou... ;O)!
Love the Orange color. In India, we have plenty of those bikes rather than cars and I used to ride one too. Go ahead and learn it,it's not that hard!:))
Looks like fun, but I'd wear a helmet!
I reckon you should - another feather in your cap!
Looks like you could have fun! Go for it!
GO FOR IT!! Bikes rock!!
I am NOT showing this to Fred. He wants one and I strongly advise against it.Love, love love the colour - would go with my basket, bag and purse - all orange.
I'd say no then I'm a big chicken and have always told both the hubby and the kids that the only time they will be able to get a motorcycle would be long after I'm dead!
Okay, I'm scared just LOOKING at the photo. But I do understand the attraction.
Could be fun. Makes me nervous, but I do like a good adrenaline rush.
Well, it looks fun to me. I'd go for a ride on the back - not sure that'd I'd learn to drive it myself though!
it IS a cool colour...my first thought was "go for it" but only with a very bright and smartly decorated HELMET(and full body armour).is that joules?
BECCY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Yes - learn so you can become a HOT Motorcycle Mama. Get some leather pants and jacket. (I am so jealous - it's one of my aler-ego dreams)
looks like fun;) but im so short i have to be content being a passenger unless i wanna get stilletos LOL *ouch* those things hurt
Love the color.Normally I'd say 'No Way!' But I'd consider learning to ride one with the cost of gas. The things I'd have against the idea would be that I'm chicken, and having the 4 kids wouldn't be very practical.I'd ride safe with a helmet. My BIL got one a couple of months ago for the gas reason. My SIL isn't too thrilled, but it's helped ease the cost of childcare for them. So what are you going to do?
Might be fun...but your mom said no.
Do it!!! What's the problem? I did it for y-e-a-r-s....
I'm scared to death of those types of things!and don't I remember you having not such good luck with a similar vehicle?
enidd has a bike licence, and she'd tend to agree with willowtree. but learn, it's such fun!
Go for it Beccy!There's nothing like the freedom and the thrill of being on a bike. I have been saying for 23 years that I will get my bike license but still haven't got around to it so have had to settle for riding pillion instead. Kev has had bikes since he was 15 and still has 7! I reckon you would love it and once you've spent enough time on a bike would begrudge having to be within the confines of a car....stuck in traffic....boring!!!!Go for,it as John said...bikes rock!:)
What a gorgeous bike! If you feel confident enough, then you should have a go!
well could be fun! It would be more fun if it was a Harley Davidson.. lol
Does it come in pink?
Ride, yes. Drive, no. But that's just me. Go for it, especially since mom says no ;) Everyone loves a hot chick on a bike.
you wouldn't have to worry about anyone not seeing you coming down the road.woooooo hot orange, Hot Joules, too.
I'm scared of motorbikes! But it looks nice!
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