Do You Drive A Motorcycle Or Ride A Motorcycle?


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Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Ride of cause !!!!
Lynne Dwyer Profile
Lynne Dwyer answered
Yes I do and no it doesn't. I have seen training wheels on some. Funniest thing I ever saw. Thought the hubby was going to jerk them right of the bike.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Yes, I used to own and drive a motorcycle. No, motorcycles are steered using handlebars and by shifting your weight from side to side. However, steering wheels are best when using a double-axle vehicle, since it allows you to turn the wheels farther and with less effort.
Andreous Phyfer Profile
Andreous Phyfer answered
You ride a motorcycle just like you would a bicycle or a horse. You drive a car or truck. Also you ride a four wheeler or atv. If it has handlebars you ride it steering wheel you drive it.
Bikergirl Anonymous Profile

Ride a bike...Ride a motorcycle.

Doesn't matter what you ride.. As long as you ride!

Helen Snow Profile
Helen Snow answered

You Ride A Motorcycle, dear :)

A motorcycle is better than a car, because you can sense its power and control it. Wind blow in the face, and all the problems are left behind. I love motorcycles and learn the history of their brands and logos. The most interesting for me is the history of Norton logo and brand. And soon I'll buy myself a motorcycle of this brand!

Jenna Linden Profile
Jenna Linden answered

One of my favourite kinds of transport! Although I don't ride it myself, I never lose the opportunity to ride with my friend!

Tom  Jackson Profile
Tom Jackson answered

Old question, but an interesting one---

Riding a motorcycle is more acceptable in current usage than driving it, although you do drive a motorcycle while riding it. This is analogous to how people rode horses before the invention of the motorcycle, sitting on top of it (motorcycles are also called steel horses informally). With cars it is more like driving a team of horses, analogous to driving a horse carriage (cars were also called horseless carriages initially). This also has to do with the fact that you sit inside a car, rather than on top it.

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