You have assumed that just because I'm not scared of my own shadow I'm a danger to the public, I think it's the exact opposite, I'm not going to be the guy that drifts to the wrong side of the road because he has run out off balls and ability.Which is fine if you're the only guy on the road and don't have any dependents. If you're at the track, or out in the middle of nowhere go nuts.
When you're driving around other people you have a responsibility to be in control of your vehicle, that includes gravel roads.
I do have dependants and I know they are very happy to have me in their lives.
My bride and I have been partners for over 40 years, on our first date she was 15 years old & I had a Honda 750four with a kit and a cam in it, she knew from that first night what life would be like with me, I left no doubts.
My kids and grandkids also enjoy motorcycles, nothing I have done has scared them off, amongst family and friends if they want a lift I'm the one they want to be on the back of, they know it could be a thrill ride but I have the skills and confidence to get them there safely, at the age of 3 one of my grandsons would ride around our property sitting on the tank and asking me to go "upside down pop" that turned out be "lets do a wheelie pop"
I know I do some very stupid shit & push the limits but my stupidity will only ever put myself at risk and bride knows that even if the worst should happen I did it with a big grin on my face.
Gravel roads are no more scary than the black ones.