How many Americans ride motorcycles?
There are more than 6,000,000 motorcycles registered in the US, but an exact number of riders is difficult to ascertain, as some riders are passengers. Many people also ride off road bikes, which does not require a license. If is safe to say there are probably more than 7,000,000 people in the US who jump on a street bike at least once a year.
It is legal to ride side by side on a motorcycle in British Columbia. According to section 194(4) of the Motor Vehicle Act: "Except when overtaking and passing other motorcycles, more than 2 operators of motorcycles must not operate their motorcycles side by side in the same direction in the same traffic lane." The key is More than two motorcycles.
How do you rewrite this sentence in past tense He rides motorcycles using great awareness and caution?
Motorcycles are used for many purposes and for many reasons. First, there are people who simply like to ride motorcycles. This is because of a feeling of freedom often associated with motorcycle riding. You are more a part of the environment and nature than when enclosed in a car or a truck. Second, there are those who use a motorcycle because it is cheaper to buy and to own than it is a car or…
It's very hard to simply put a number to the number of Americans that ride horses, so the question cannot really be answered. But what can be said is that there are quite a number of people (and by "quite a number" I mean well over 1000 people) in America that do, can and will ride horses and love to do it.