How Riding a Motorcycle Boosts our Creativity

Motorcycle is believed to be one of the most used vehicles for many years, next to cars. This is simply because motorcycle is much cheaper compared to car and it also saves us time and money compared when we are commuting or riding a car where we have to wait for hours because of long lines and traffic. Aside from motorcycles being cost efficient, study states that riding a motorcycle helps us boost our creativity. How come? Keep on reading to know why.

Being creative or artistic is what probably most of us desire, right? Unfortunately, not everyone is blessed with artistry. According to one study, only 30% of the total population in every country is creative. This is also the reason why I highly respect people who are in to arts.

Recently I have discovered ways for me to unleash my creativity. Surprisingly, riding a motorcycle is one way. I was never in to motorcycle until recently when my parents force me to try it. Ever since I was I kid my favorite two-wheeled vehicle is electric scooter with quality similar to www.escooterireland.ie/collections/electric-scooters-ireland. This is because scooter was my favorite toy vehicle when I was I child and until now I am very thankful to the developers of e-scooter for coming up with such a great invention.

I am also no the type of person who is creative. I tried sketching and painting but it is really not my forte. Even simply coming up with a creative and witty group name is hard for me. Thanks to my parents, they forced me to try riding a motorcycle. The first time I tried, it is nothing special or extraordinary but the third or fourth time is different. Riding a motorcycle open my minds to many ideas and it made me think outside the box. One possible explanation for this is that riding a motorcycle is much more fun than riding a car. When you ride a motorcycle, even though you are hearing a lot of environmental noise, it helps you keep in deep focus. From there, you will have time to think of other things and of yourself.