5 Most Iconic Motorcycling Songs

For many of us, motorcycles are second love. And what better way of romanticize about your love than with a great song playing in the background.

Not a lot of artists have dedicated their effort to the beauty that motorcycles are, but they’re still quite a few.

There have been artists nice enough to make some really beautiful songs about motorcycles and the motorcycling culture. These are the songs that immediately bring the picture of oneself riding down a beautiful landscape on our motorcycles. Here’s our roundup of 5 of the most iconic songs about motorcycles ever!

AC/DC – Highway to Hell

This was originally released as a single in 1979, and later became the opening track of the album of the same name which came later that year.

George Thorogood & The Destroyers – Bad to the Bone

This one didn’t get instant popularity when it came out in 1982. Later on, it went on to become an immensely popular song.

The Allman Brothers – Midnight Rider

The second single of the second studio album by the American rock band, it came out in 1970. The original release couldn’t be much popular, but its cover versions tasted a lot of success.

Steppenwolf – Born to Be Wild

This was the first ever song performed by the band. With this song, the term “heavy metal thunder” came into being in the rock music scene for the first time.

Bon Jovi – Wanted Dead or Alive

This song which came out in 1987 is considered one of Bon Jovi’s signature songs.

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