About REDRIDINGBOOTS; The idea to share my experiences arose quite suddenly from a raging enthusiasm. Patience is a virtue and I have to remind myself of that every now and then. The mistakes I make and the experiences I encounter everyday on my trusty donkey may be education for others. If you think that’s a very strange idea and totally unnecessary then you move that cursor to the familiar red cross or close the browser on your phone. Are you curious and you want to read and learn more about motorcycles, riding and all that has to do with two-wheelers? Than indulge yourself.

A DAILY RIDER

- ENJOYING EVERY MILE

Let’s get down to business. I am only 1.68 m tall. That’s not that tall at all. But I make up for that lack in length with an above-average dose of stubbornness. As a daily rider I ride my trusty steel donkey to work every day. That steed of steel is currently a Suzuki GSXR 750 from 2005. For those interested; my yellow donkey is about 82 cm high when it comes to seat height, so it hasn’t been lowered. Yes, that means tippy toeing my way around. No, that’s not a problem. I ride every day, rain or shine. Do I enjoy riding in rain or snow? Not always. Do I enjoy the freedom it brings? Every minute.

IT'S NOT ABOUT ME

REDRIDINGBOOTS is not about me. It’s about you. About a beautiful human being who decided to learn how to ride a motorcycle. Who just made the first few miles. Or maybe you’ve been riding for years. On roads, or off roads or on track. Or maybe you’ve went off track (no worries, I did too!). RRB is about your stories. About that strange love affair with your mighty machine. Or maybe you’re a bit intimidated by it. Share it, be a beacon of light for others and inspire them to do the same.

DO YOU WANT TO WRITE
FOR REDRIDINGBOOTS TOO?

DO YOU WANT TO WRITE FOR REDRIDINGBOOTS TOO?

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