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Harley-Davidson-funded UCLA study reveals riding benefits: report

A study by UCLA and funded by Harley-Davidson, Inc., of 50 motorcycle riders showed that motorcycling is indeed a stress reliever, according to a report by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s JSonline.com.

“Three UCLA researchers studied more than 50 motorcycle riders in tests that recorded their brain activity and hormone levels before, during and after riding a bike, driving a car and resting,” according to the Journal Sentinel.

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