- So you want the skinny on FreeRiders movement eh? (and we’re not even Canadian)
Combine one part obsessive/compulsive attention to detail, two parts can’t sit still, and one part masochistic love of anything that moves our soul! FreeRiders are a loosely affiliated group of enthusiasts that like to ride….it doesn’t matter what you ride… the point is to just get out and do it!
Adventure is all around you, and it’s up to you to find it! So if you are the planning type of person, with a need for consistency, being a Freerider may be slightly uncomfortable for you! But if you like to fly by the seat of your pants…….squirrel……..your adventure will be a blast!
The FreeRiders movement was born out of a necessity amongst friends sharing a similar interest in things that move us, and the lifestyle that accompanies them. FreeRiders are not defined by a single sub-culture, corporate brand or biker class (but instead the freedom that comes from what we ride). We are united, however, by a desire to contribute, talk, converse, argue and most of all, put some miles between or day to day lives and the adventure that awaits around the next curve!
Our Motto: No Meetings – No Dues…. sums it up… if you are looking for someone that shares your excitement and don’t mind a mouth full of snowflakes, dust, or burning rubber, you have found friends that share your passion..… and the realization that life is short, GO RIDE!
Webster Definition: FreeRider, [free][rye-der]
adjective, fre·er, fre·est,
noun, rid·er, ride,
- a person with the power to determine destination or direction without restraint.
- a person with a highly individual or unique attitude, lifestyle, or imagination; nonconformist.
- to simply twist ones right wrist or apply downward pressure to ones right foot.
Our commitment is to help you find other enthusiasts that believe what you believe…. Or at least arguing the point of why their Ride is better than yours! Live your life according to the immortal words of Hunter S. Thompson, “Buy the ticket kid, take the ride.”
“We want to make good time, but for us now this is measured with the emphasis on “good” rather than on “time”― Robert M. Pirsig, Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance
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