When you ride a motorcycle, you already know what danger looks like.
But this coronavirus situation is a whole new ballgame.
Everyone’s scared, and people are dying all over the world.
Here in New Zealand, the whole country is on lockdown for at least 4 weeks.
We can leave the house to get groceries, medicine or fresh air.
And aside from that, we need to stay home.
If that’s what it takes to slow the spread of coronavirus, I’m all for it.
But that means no more motorcycle joy rides for now.
That’ll take some adjustment, believe me!
So I thought I’d share what my man Pat and I are doing instead of motorcycling.
If you’re a motorcyclist facing coronavirus lockdown, maybe this’ll help you, too.
We all need to stay sane, as well as healthy.
In many countries, the coronavirus outbreak means people have to stay home. This may save millions of lives. But lockdown means no more long motorcycle rides – at least for now. So while you try to stay healthy, how do you stay sane? The solution is to maintain important connections: to your friends, family, workplace – and your motorcycle.