1) The farther it is to the next gas stop, the larger the bug that will hit your shield exactly on the sight line.
2) When you dry out after riding through some rain, it will start raining again just when you begin to feel comfortable.
3) The chance that your bike insurer will find out about that big ticket received in a non-reciprocal state is 100%.
4) If you run out of gas, no matter which way you decide to push, the closest gas station will always be uphill and in the other direction. Corollary: The likelihood of running out increases when all of the nearby gas stations are closed.
5) The chance of your helmet dropping hard onto a rough concrete or asphalt surface is proportional to it’s newness and expense.
6) You only realize the bike’s keys are in your pants pocket after you’ve put on all of your riding gear.
7) The more riders around, the more likely you will:
a) Forget the kill switch is in the off position while trying to start your bike;
b) Ride off with the side stand down;
c) Ride off with the petcock closed;
d) ride along for miles with the turn signal on;
e) get stung by a bee and do a roadside crazy dance shedding your riding gear.