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Sliding through a downward, left-hand turn covered in loose shale, a branch suddenly appeared, whacking me hard on the chest.
The thrust was strong enough to knock me back a bit, but I quickly regained my rhythm and kept the throttle pinned on the Husqvarna TE 511.
Freedom. It is the spirit that drives us to ride motorcycles, and we attain that feeling in ways as diverse as our choice of machines. Of course, freedom in highly organized societies can become a relative thing. Unless we are riding entirely on private property (and sometimes even then), we are restricted by laws governing our sport. Those on custom cruisers are limited by equipment regulations, sport riders by speed limits and off-roaders by land use restrictions.