Just passing thru
If I have ridden enough with some one and respect their skills I will let them ride it in a heartbeat. What about you?
I meant rules about what you can or should do with your own motorcycle.The motorcycling world is apparently full of them, even if they are called codes of conduct or respect.
I'd never ask to ride another's motorcycle.KB, Good point. That is a rule that I make clear before hand as when I get on someone elses ride. Lil and natheng, Thats part of the reason I posted. I have heard this "rule" too and wanted to see if others abide by it. The beautiful thing about these rules are that you can choose to totaly ignore them or even change them because we are the freedom lovers who decide what is acceptable and whats not.
I agree with KB here. I don't care if you ride my bike but the international unwritten rule applies...You break it you've bought it. I usually let other people ride my bike if we switch off. I don't like to ride other peoples bikes cause I'm afraid of the inevitable....It depends on who's asking. If I know them to have the skills and are otherwise responsible (hey, you break it - you bought it!) then no problem.