I do realize that everyone is going to die sometime and I don't live in a bubble in fear of death. That said, there are certain high risk activities that I choose not to participate in; riding a motorcycle would be one of them. I've also dialed back my speed a bit on the slopes and ski a bit more cautious as I don't want my wife to become a widow at a young age due to risky behavior on my part.
My stance on motorcycles started as a kid. My mother lost her closest cousin in a motorcycle accident when she was in college. He was driving safely down the road at about 50 mph and a car coming in the opposite direction turned left right in front of him. I lost one of my own cousins when I was ten to a wreck. He had just retired from the military after 20 years of service. The entire family had a big party planned for him. The day prior to the party, he took a joy ride and also got taken out by a car. The party turned into a memorial. My mom made me promise to never get into riding motorcycles after that. I've held that promise ever since.