I'm not sure about the rules in Washington, but in Ohio there's no road test either, there's a written test (which I've already taken), and a quick parking lot maneuverability test. (which I'm going to take as soon as I go home over the summer.
I've driven dirt bikes before, and my dad taught me to ride, I've just never owned my own bike... or had a license. I've never wrecked on the tarmac, but I've been in a few dirt bike wrecks. And ironically I've hurt myself far worse on a regular bicycle. I broke both my arms, smashed out my front teeth, and suffered a mild concussion. So for the sake of my teeth, I think I'm gonna start small, and work my way up... also I've learned the a value of the helmet
Dude the Polaris Victory are so cool. I have a neighbor with a Honda Shadow, but I've never met anyone with a Polaris. I can't wait to graduate. In all honesty, I'll probably have a motorcycle before I get a car. But, I'm from Cleveland, so that's not the smartest thing in the world. But I want a bike so bad
Yes we have talked about this, you gave me the idea. I'll be honest, I usually prefer american bikes, but I just love the Honda 2000 Shadow. It just needs a custom speedometer, the stock version looks a bit off. They're powerful, reliable, and they're loud enough to be bad, without being obnoxious. My uncle says there pron to suspension problems, but I think he's just a Harley fanboy, trying to convert me? What kind of bike do you like?
I just don't know why we are making such a big deal about it, like we don't know for sure if the Twilight Alicorn will be permanent or just part of the episode of Twi switching the powers and talents of the ponies, i.e. she could just become a princess for an episode as she might just switch powers with Celestia, Luna or Cadence. Sure even if she does become a princess permanently, who cares? We should trust the writers, we don't own or make the show, we love and follow it!