I have been owning and riding motorcycles since I was 14, and I still learn every time I go for a ride. Whilst a car is relatively easy to drive, a bike is really complex and totally not easy to ride also because it will fall over easily, a car cannot fall over (almost).
My best mate runs one of the best Yamaha dealerships in the UK and other mates run the biggest one in Europe, and I visit and chat often with these guys as well as others and I also visit Trade shows most years, EICMA etc. I also work with a bike race school for many years so I have loads of experience of bikes and riding, but I am always learning.
The concentration required to ride a bike is at least 10 times that required to drive a car. If you dont feel like riding the bike today DONT, cos 80% is fine for a car but not for a bike, you need 100%.
So now I have started my own riding school, based on simple stuff theory and then practice, using my bike for me and you use yours, individual tuition OR at most 2 or 3 riders with similar levels of riding experience and ability. Contact me if you wanna try, and lets improve your riding together. And ps I am not a bike snob, I have a moped, a scooter, a Quad and some bikes so we can use anything on 2 wheels, the technique is more or less the same, SAFETY FIRST.