How to Avoid Skinning Yourself Alive

Bee Behind Bars

Have you seen my video about where I’ve come from? Ever wonder why I am so passionate about making the world a better place, and why I think motorcycling is the right avenue for me?  Why do I take what I do so seriously, and love every second of it?  All your questions are answered in less than four minutes…   in a simple video I made about three months ago.  If you’ve never seen it before, I urge you to take a gander.  If you have seen it already, I hope you enjoy it again!

My heart on a sleeve…  in a video. 🙂

How to Avoid Skinning Yourself Alive – Brittany Morrow from Brittany Morrow on Vimeo

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5 Comments Add yours

  1. Hello Brittany, I am a hardcore rider. After getting my license 6 yrs ago, I have done nothing but gear up. Especially after witnessing what not only gear can do, but what it can allow me to still have. My Father. Living in Ohio I see temps from 100+ all the way down to negative numbers, and yes I will ride in both and everything in between. I constantly tell people they need gear, and so does the bike group I ride with. I am currently working on persuasive topics in my college English class. My persuasive topic is that motorcycles are not as dangerous as everyone makes them out to be, and wearing your gear is one of the biggest key points. I am using your video in hopes that it will act as a visual stimulus. Its one thing to talk about it. Its another to actually see it, or even worse experience it. I am glad, and thankful you are speaking out about proper motorcycle gear. Keep that rubber on the pavement.

  2. David Duarte says:

    ATGATT, because I’d rather sweat than bleed. Thanks for spreading the message.

  3. The Rider says:

    Respect! Thanks for a very important message! And you are still beautiful, Biker Girl!

  4. Derrick says:

    Thank you so much for sharing your story. You have inspired me to renew my commitment to motorcycle riding safety for myself and my passengers. Thank you, thank you, thank you for your courage and guts… You rock.

    1. Thank you for your kind words! Welcome back!

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