The Tenth and Most Important Et of Zen Bikerism: LIVE

The lessons taught by the motorcycle are many; Ten of these shall be known as “Ets” and shall be considered fundamental to the practice of being a Zen Biker. All of them are of equal importance and form a synthesis, yet an order presents itself. This, then, is the Tenth Et. LIVE. That may sound… Continue Reading The Tenth and Most Important Et of Zen Bikerism: LIVE

The Ninth Et of Zen Bikerism: Be Honest.

The lessons taught by the motorcycle are many; Ten of these shall be known as “Ets” and shall be considered fundamental to the practice of being a Zen Biker. All of them are of equal importance and form a synthesis, yet an order presents itself. This, then, is the Ninth Et. BE HONEST. Honesty is… Continue Reading The Ninth Et of Zen Bikerism: Be Honest.

The Eighth Et of Zen Bikerism: Be Reverent

The lessons taught by the motorcycle are many; Ten of these shall be known as “Ets” and shall be considered fundamental to the practice of being a Zen Biker. All of them are of equal importance and form a synthesis, yet an order presents itself. This, then, is the Eighth Et. BE REVERENT. And now… Continue Reading The Eighth Et of Zen Bikerism: Be Reverent

The Seventh Et of Zen Bikerism: Be More Than An Animal

The lessons taught by the motorcycle are many; Ten of these shall be known as “Ets” and shall be considered fundamental to the practice of being a Zen Biker. All of them are of equal importance and form a synthesis, yet an order presents itself. This, then, is the Seventh Et. BE MORE THAN AN… Continue Reading The Seventh Et of Zen Bikerism: Be More Than An Animal

The Sixth Et of Zen Bikerism: Be Aware

The lessons taught by the motorcycle are many; Ten of these shall be known as “Ets” and shall be considered fundamental to the practice of being a Zen Biker. All of them are of equal importance and form a synthesis, yet an order presents itself. This, then, is the Sixth Et. BE AWARE. In all… Continue Reading The Sixth Et of Zen Bikerism: Be Aware

The Fifth Et of Zen Bikerism: Know When To Get Off The Bike

The lessons taught by the motorcycle are many; Ten of these shall be known as “Ets” and shall be considered fundamental to the practice of being a Zen Biker. All of them are of equal importance and form a synthesis, yet an order presents itself. This, then, is the Fifth Et. KNOW WHEN TO GET… Continue Reading The Fifth Et of Zen Bikerism: Know When To Get Off The Bike

The Fourth Et of Zen Bikerism: Your Ego Is Less Important Than Your Life

The lessons taught by the motorcycle are many; Ten of these shall be known as “Ets” and shall be considered fundamental to the practice of being a Zen Biker. All of them are of equal importance and form a synthesis, yet an order presents itself. This, then, is the Fourth Et. YOUR EGO IS LESS… Continue Reading The Fourth Et of Zen Bikerism: Your Ego Is Less Important Than Your Life

The Third Et of Zen Bikerism: The Speed Limit is Fast Enough

The lessons taught by the motorcycle are many; Ten of these shall be known as “Ets” and shall be considered fundamental to the practice of being a Zen Biker. All of them are of equal importance and form a synthesis, yet an order presents itself. This, then, is the Third Et. THE SPEED LIMIT IS… Continue Reading The Third Et of Zen Bikerism: The Speed Limit is Fast Enough

The Second Et of Zen Bikerism: You Control the Bike

The lessons taught by the motorcycle are many; Ten of these shall be known as “Ets” and shall be considered fundamental to the practice of being a Zen Biker. All of them are of equal importance and form a synthesis, yet an order presents itself. This, then, is the Second Et. YOU CONTROL THE BIKE.… Continue Reading The Second Et of Zen Bikerism: You Control the Bike

The First Et of Zen Bikerism: Never Think You’re An Expert.

The lessons taught by the motorcycle are many; Ten of these shall be known as “Ets” and shall be considered fundamental to the practice of being a Zen Biker. All of them are of equal importance and form a synthesis, yet an order presents itself. This, then, is the First Et. NEVER THINK YOU ARE… Continue Reading The First Et of Zen Bikerism: Never Think You’re An Expert.