But it looks like he has experience of riding a motorcycle, as the article on this website lists in the 15 things you didn’t know about him:
The first one is that, “When Ryan was on a motorcycle trip, he stopped on the side of the road to relieve himself. When he jumped into the ditch to do his business, he jumped right into a dead horse. “I didn’t even want to get rid of my pants,” he said. “I wanted to go to a hospital and have my legs cut off.”
Now who has ever done that? well not jumping into a dead horse, but I can relate to falling down/over/into something at the side of the road – and that’s before I have even come to a halt!
The second one is that, “He really, really loves motorcycling. In an interview with Spirit Magazine, he said of motorcycling, “It’s like meditation. Riding to work in the morning, I see people in their cars, talking on their phones, shaving, even eating bowls of cereal. When I’m riding a bike, the only things I’m doing are breathing, listening to the engine and changing gears. It’s just me and my bike – no multitasking, no texting – and it clears my head like nothing else.”
Now that I can relate to. In this more modern world, where the latest technology is transferring onto bikes, so that that it can communicate directly with you as you ride, through Bluetooth or some similar “magic” wireless communication, it’s nice to be able to not have the latest intrusive technology – so that you can clear your head like nothing else.
Then again you could just turn it all off as you ride, but the temptation to just check would be too much – note I am making a distinction between technology that is designed to help and technology that interferes with your riding through interference or is it all one and the same to some extent – is that my mobile phone alerting me to a message – I must look I can’t resist!
Oh and by the way, the other 13 facts about Ryan Reynolds – nothing to write home about, but I guess it must be great to be (sort of) famous.
Sorry must dash!