Glasses are a bit of a pain in the arse when you ride a motorcycle, though. Depending on the helmet, you may have to take them on and off, and then stick them inside the helmet, and they like to fog up, and fall on the ground, and just generally be in the way.
I can't do contact lenses, since my whole being just recoils at the idea of touching my eyeball with my finger, and I've seen people lose their contacts when they slide around the BACK of their eyeball (I can hardly write the words thinking about it).
Fay had "lasik" laser eye surgery 3 years ago, one eye for reading, one for distance, and your brain is supposed to sort it out. Her vision wasn't bad; she used glasses for reading and SOMETIMES for driving. The surgery hurt, her vision was blurred for weeks, and she STILL has to wear glasses when she reads or at night. Damndest waste of money I ever spent; no way am I doing it.
I have a nice set of titanium frames that have hinged earpieces that will twist up and down and out and sideways, and they haven't broken in 8 years despite hard usage and 3 different lens prescriptions, so despite the inconveniences mentioned above, I'm just sticking with them .... Hope they'll last, because I can't get them any more.