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Motorcycle Zen: Fear, Adventure & Surrender on the Italian Coast.

There’s the, “oh shit, this is dangerous” moment, followed by the, “there’s nothing I can do to change my vulnerability in this situation” realization, culminating in (temporary) total surrender to the inalterable fact of my own mortality.
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