I think it's good to think about yourself and your family in a practical way, Justin, but my thought is that you don't have to give up your motorcycle, but just work a bit harder to be sure you are in range. I would test before you ride and correct if you are even marginally low. If you are going on a long ride, I would stop and take a break to rest on a regular basis. Of course, carry low treatments with you at all times. Another option would be to get a CGM although I understand they are not exactly accurate, but do give you an idea if you are trending down.
You have an excellent A1C and I don't believe the hype that all people in the 5's do it at the cost of excessive lows. But if this is the case for you, you might have to be a bit more flexible for your rides. I also wonder if keeping your basals a bit higher for a long ride (remembering that the time should be about two hours ahead) would also be warranted?
Unless you have frequent, fast drops in your blood sugar, that you don't feel you have a handle on, I feel you can ride safely with some extra precautions.Those are my thoughts, but perhaps someone who rides regularly can give you their own experiences.