Your choice of motorcycle tells the world who you are, even more than your choice of car. Most people see cars as necessities, but bikes? While you might ride your bike to work, the main reason you buy a bike is because something about it speaks to you. Be aware, though — that bike also speaks for you, here is our not-so-scientifically compiled list of What Your Motorcycle Says About You.

Enduro

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Everything about you is extreme, and you’ll ride in any season. You also think that pretty much every other type of rider is a wuss — that is, if you bother to give a thought to other riders at all. You own at least five GoPros and an entire cabinet of mounting accessories.

A Trike

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You aren’t willing to let the cruelties of age or disability get between you and your ability to ride. It might not be the coolest bike on the block, but there’s something extremely admirable about your tenacity.

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Victory Vision

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You just really like the idea of riding a two-wheeled spaceship around town, don’t you?

“A Harley”

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You’re a big believer in tradition, as well as the freedom of the open road, American-style. You have no interest in getting a knee down; you just want to cruise in style and comfort from place to place. Sure, there are less expensive cruisers you could buy, but you’ll be a Harley owner till you die.

Classic Triumph

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You have an entire roll of Oil-Dri pads in your garage. Maybe also a bunch of cardboard to keep your drips off the floor. All that being said, you still wouldn’t trade it for anything.

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Honda CBX

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One look at those headers it’s wearing; you’re hooked and you can’t stop staring.

Honda CB- Any Number

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You either have built, are building, or plan to build a cafe racer or street tracker. It’s practically required if you have a CB750.

Honda RC51

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You love racing, Honda’s place in that world, and the fact that once upon a time, Honda bikes weren’t cookie cutters.

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Suzuki Hayabusa

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You like speed in a straight line, but more than that, you like that unique Busa shape. You probably also find that the fairings on this bike call out for crazy custom paint like nothing else, and might have spent almost a semester of college tuition money on realizing your artistic vision.

Kawasaki ZX14R

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You were paying attention when the ZX14R dethroned the Hayabusa as the fastest mass production bike available, and you aren’t completely smitten by the Busa’s shape.

Any Kawasaki Ninja

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