.Hi, My 17 yro. Severe A son, is determined to buy a motorcycle. He has written and explained a 3 page report to me and his dad the reasons why he should be allowed to get a motorcycle. To me, this just sounds like the craziest idea in the world.--No exceptions!---A no brainer. But trying to convince my son is a totally different argument
This would not happen right away, but probably within the next 6 to 8 mos
I am searching for help from the "older" more experienced people,-- who may… read more
Rode my motorcycle for 7 years, honestly, hemophilia is the least of a riders worries. If you get into an accident on your bike that you have to be concerned about hemophilia for...then I wonder if the hemophilia is even going to matter. Haven't seen too many accidents riders simply"walk away" from. An argument against riding a motorcycle, would not be a lot different than a bicycle if you really think about it.
I agree.... I'm 53 and have been riding on the back of my husbands's motorcycle for 30 years! His age would be the main factor. But there are classes to teach him and helmets to wear. Good luck with this!
I'm a Sever Hemophiliac and I have been riding for approx 20 years. I personally think that his age is more of a factor than Hemophilia. If you would like to talk, Im available.
I just joined this sight and I saw your post from over 2 years ago. Having had motorcycles since I was 10 made me curious of your outcome. I am Severe A also. Hope all is well. Glenn
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