Newer to this site, and sportbike culture in general. I'm curious about the stereotype that says sportbikers are only into speed.
For example, how would you react to this quote from a novel, the herione of which is an African woman who says:
" . . . and every morning she could sit in front of her house and sniff at the wood smoke and look forward to spending the day talking with her friends. How sorry she felt for white people, who couldn't do any of this, and who were always dashing around and worring themselves over things that were going to happen anyway. What use was it having all that money if you could never sit still or just watch your cattle eating grass? . . . Every so often you met a white person who understood, who realised how things really were; but these people were few and far between and the other white people often treated them with suspicion."
Do sportbikers ever enjoy stillness and quiet?
NOTE: Lets leave the racial comments out of this and focus on sportbike culture!