Personal Narrative: How Motorcycles Changed My Life

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Motorcycles started to interest me after riding on the back of my boyfriend's WR450f; I loved the feeling of the wind as we rode past Chicago landmarks. I fell in love with the adrenaline rush and decided to sign up for motorcycle classes. Despite being bruised and exhausted from riding the bike for 10 hours in the summer heat, I was having more fun than I could have imagined. I even fell off the bike two times, but that did not discourage me. After leaving class the second day, I got a call from my boyfriend's sister telling me that he was in the hospital after a motorcycle accident. His bike was destroyed, and doctors told him he was lucky to be alive.
I was one day away from getting my motorcycle license, but I knew I had to quit. I felt

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