Motorcycles are small and maneuverable. As such they go places cars can't. There are also laws on the books for doing almost anything you can think of with regards to the operation of your motor vehicle. I've learned you're not suppose to drive on the sidewalks even though the law says you can do it to "access adjacent property." And this past weekend I learned when you see "cones and barriers" they represent something stronger than: If you can squeeze through yer good to go. Nope. And no written message like "Rode Closed" needs to be present. What lessons have you learned on a BIKE that you might not have had you been in 4-wheel vehicle?