Even though I'm not a big fan of motorcycles and would be deathly afraid to drive one, especially seeing how the drivers here in SoCal are, I think that anyone that wants to should be allowed to. If they decide to get a bug up their ass and weave in and out of traffic and do 160 when everyone else is doing 75, and they end up getting scraped up with a spatula or shovel and acid, that should be their right as well. In the same vein, I would also say that I am opposed to mandatory helmet laws.
A real simple solution to your dilemma would be to change the laws a little that says 1) anyone that purchases a motorcycle must sign an affadavit that says they will not be eligible for medical aid at Highway Patrol/Taxpayer expense should they become road pizza and 2) if you are involved in a motorcycle accident, you are at fault, by default, automatically, no questions asked. You will be charged and convicted without a trial. "Due Process" was aready served when you made that decision and signed away your life.
THAT will change a lot of peoples behavior.
You want to live dangerously? Fine. That's your business. But there will be no one to help you if you lose that game. The sole purpose of a medical response to your road rash will be to move you out of the way of traffic and leave you in the bushes. You can get yourself out.
Sound cruel and inhumane? Yeah, it probably is. Next time, don't drive like an idiot. Either blend in with traffic, or find some abandoned rural road. If you drive like you have a death wish, you just might get that wish.