I am quite fond of Motorcycle.com one of the first and in my opinion among the best of motorcycle magazines purely online. I've read it since it's inception and I even paid a subscription in its early years until that model of profit-making faded away. It seemed worth a few dollars to get access to their store of reviews and riding related stuff. From time to time they veer off into less factual writing, not often enough in my opinion, but when they do they sometimes write some really insightful pieces about riding. This essay struck a chord. Set in California where lane splitting is legal when done properly, the writer evoked very nicely the sensations and irritations of riding.
My Bonneville in Key West