I was a passionate motorcyclist before my injury, i had in fact just bought a brand new triumph Speedmaster 3 months before my injury. It is my dream to be able to ride again. So I have been looking around the web to see what is out there for us and I found this very good artical.
It’s a sad fact that if you ride motorcycles for any length of time, you’re more than likely to run into somebody who used to ride bikes but can’t any more due to catastrophic injury - often these are injuries sustained in bike crashes. I’ve known several ex-bikers who have sustained life-changing injuries through the sport, and a few common threads emerge: most have no regrets, most are getting on with life with strength and dignity, and most would desperately love to ride again one day. And not a trike, a proper, leaning-in-the-corners, motorcycle.
I find it quite amazing what we can do if we put our minds to it.
Depending on the nature of the disability and the strength of the rider, getting on and off the motorcycle could be achieved in some cases entirely manually. In other cases, a slide transfer may be required, and in more extreme cases a hoist transfer would be needed from chair to saddle.
So if you want to read more click here Happy riding and stay upright.