While Southern California automobile drivers spend hours alone in their cars, motorcyclists have an immediate connection to their vehicles, the elements, and often to passersby…including those, like me, who aim their cameras at them. Because of my freeway phobia, I am always a passenger on the open road – allowing me to capture my observations of bikers at high speeds.
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