Motorcycle Road Trips (Vol. 31) The Motorcycling Lifestyle & Motorcycle Humor Compilation - Why We Do What We Do & You Might Be A Motorcyclist If ...

Motorcycle Road Trips (Vol. 31) The Motorcycling Lifestyle & Motorcycle Humor Compilation - Why We Do What We Do & You Might Be A Motorcyclist If ... Summary

Motorcycle Road Trips (Vol. 31) The Motorcycling Lifestyle & Motorcycle Humor Compilation includes -

Motorcycle Road Trips (Vol. 23) The Motorcycling Lifestyle – Why We Do What We Do
These thirteen published magazine articles provide some insight into what makes a motorcyclist a motorcyclist. There's an interview with legendary Irish road racer Robert Dunlop just months before his untimely death in a racing accident, two recounts of Daytona Bike Week adventures, an interview with one of the most successful American road racers, a look at the benefits and liabilities of the electronic devices that so many riders depend on, a tribute to a great rider and friend, and a recommendation on what to take for a weekend road trip.
There's also a look at how the author began a lifetime of sport touring, the story of a self-described sightseeing fool, how the members of two different clubs ride, two cautionary notes to watch who you ride with, and why the joys of dual sporting are the best of both worlds. What can you learn from these stories? That what you ride, how you ride, and who you ride with may define your riding style, but it seems all motorcyclists have the same need to ride no matter where you find them.

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Motorcycle Road Trips (Vol. 5) Motorcycle Humor - You Might Be A Real Motorcyclist If …
The following seven previously unpublished articles from the Motorcycle Humor - You Might Be A Real Motorcyclist If ... CD are humorous looks at motorcyclists compiled from thirty-seven years and 200,000 miles of road riding, seventeen years and 43,000 miles of dual sport riding, and ten years of East Coast Enduro Association competition.
What is a "real" motorcyclist? It's a rider who spends days, weekends, and weeks on the road or on the trail figuring it all out by himself for himself. Dealing with the unexpected and having a sense of humor while doing it will keep you young at heart and yearning to ride for many decades.
The set backs, the accomplishments, and the dangers inherent to motorcycling will have you finding out what you're made of in a hurry so no matter what happens, keep smiling . My motorcycling father used to say, "I'm having fun even when I'm upside down in a ditch". Now that's an enviable sense of humor.
Spending weeks on the road or days on the trail can be surprisingly isolating, but I've managed to make hundreds of new friends along the way. If you can't get out there and make a few new friends of your own, this short read can give you a few laughs in between your adventures. Find out if you're a "real" motorcyclist.

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