Lessons to learn from Indianapolis motorcycle culture – WISH-TV | Indianapolis News | Indiana Weather
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Motorcycle culture is based on life lessons. Many riders call their bikes “equalizers” when it comes to creating a community that celebrates differences.
Jimmie McMillian, president of 317 Ryders MC, says all communities can benefit from lessons learned in the motorcycle community. “It is it’s very much about freedom. It’s all about being who you are. By day, I’m a lawyer for the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. … This freedom allows me to enjoy this and that. I don’t feel like there’s a separation.”
During a time when most the country had to be apart for the coronavirus pandemic, the motorcycle community thrived on riding together and still being socially distant.
Brett Johnson, owner of Northbilt Customs, said it’s the sense of community that those who do and don’t ride can learn from.
“Sometimes, you’ll see the bikers are a little tough and so on and