Triumph Speed Triple 1050
Triumph Speed Triple 1050

I wasn’t sure if I wanted to talk about this passion of mine, as I know that motorcycles can be dangerous and many people have lost friends, children, or relatives as a result. Unfortunately, only those who share this passion can understand me, but I also respect those who hate it or do not appreciate it. Unfortunately, yesterday I went to the garage to turn it on and check the battery status (normal winter checks). Hearing it turn on, I got emotional and my mind brought me back to all those exciting and indescribable moments I’ve experienced on a motorcycle, and it seemed wrong not to dedicate a page to it.

Riding a motorcycle is an exciting experience like few other forms of transportation can offer. Feeling the wind and the sound of the engine roaring beneath us. It’s an experience that combines speed and power with the beauty of nature and the road.

For me, the motorcycle is much more than just a means of transportation: it’s a passion, a way of life. Riding a motorcycle is like feeling part of a unique community, made up of people who share the same passion for speed and adventure. Even just the fact that every time you cross paths with other motorcyclists, there is an automatic greeting, is something that makes you feel part of something special.

The motorcycle also offers the opportunity to explore new and unknown places, to feel alive and free in a way that only a motorcycle can offer. Riding your two-wheeled vehicle along a mountain road, or along the coast, or through a busy city, is a unique experience that stays in your mind and usually generates positive emotions.

The motorcycle, unfortunately, is not only excitement and adventure, it is also responsibility. Riding it requires caution and concentration, and above all respect for traffic and road rules. You have to take care of your own safety and that of others, especially when you are carrying someone else on the motorcycle. Of course, it’s not easy, and I admit that sometimes I “let go,” but especially when I’m carrying someone, the thought of hurting them makes me more careful and aware of everything happening around me.

The motorcycle is still an exciting and unforgettable experience, and if you are looking for pure adrenaline, there is always the track, with all its safety, that allows you to release and open the throttle, taking your cylinders to their full potential and making you feel that thrill and adrenaline rush that only two wheels can give you.

So, as Nico always says, helmet on and securely fastened, lights on even during the day, and caution. Always!