Whats the difference between Europe and third world countries, well in Europe they have signs for bicycles, pedestrians and dog curbing, yes dog curbing! In a country where crossing the street is ahalf hazarded affair, our European counterpart can fine you up 300 Euro if you do not stop for pedestrians, where on the otherhand people in this part of the world take the pleasure at aiming and speeding towards pedestrians. Why cause pedestrians are deemed poor therefore who cares. It pays to be a dog in Europe, at least you have better privileges :)
48 years old male, been riding since I was 15 years old. My first motorbike was a Yamaha DT 125. I have over 170,000km under my belt mostly touring in Europe with my wife and I owned over 30 different bikes.