For those of you who look at the weather to find the sun high in the sky and the perfect day to take the bike out - but CBF'd, I encountered an adrenaline rush of my life last night when I took on the b!tch seat.. Yup. Pillion. I had nothing to grab onto (not wanting to grab onto him) - so clung on for dear life onto the plastic shiny (slippery) tank Applying the breaks - I had to hold my weight in my arms - to stop myself from squishing him, and acceleratingâ€¦ well I just had to hope to god my claw like grip on the tank was gonna hold. Unlike 4 wheel driving where the passenger usually has an 'oh shit' bar to hold onto- the bike has nothing. Cornering was interesting as he gets WAY lower as I do - I knew I had to lean my body the same way he didâ€¦ and yes - I saw my life flash in front of me a few times. I have been a pillion years ago - before I was a rider, and I was not scared at all â€¦ but as a rider it was no less enjoyable, just a little more 'scary'. How have your pillion experiences been? Do you enjoy taking a pillion or being one? Do you think that being a rider makes being a pillion more scary?