Motorcycle Road Trips (Vol. 39a) GPs & MotoGPs, England, Ireland & Isle of Man Compilation - Robert H. Miller

Motorcycle Road Trips (Vol. 39a) GPs & MotoGPs, England, Ireland & Isle of Man Compilation

By Robert H. Miller

  • Release Date: 2016-07-06
  • Genre: Sports & Outdoors

Description

Get the GP, USGP, and MotoGP experiences and learn why Spain may have the best combination of old and new on the planet and why Portugal isn't far behind. Find the places, the contacts, and the sights you won't see in any travel brochure. Everything's here to plan your own MotoGP or Isle of Man adventure to the most motorcycle crazy places on earth.

CONTENTS:
GPs & MotoGPs -
DEAD DUCK MESON
LA HOSTERIA
SPAIN’S DEAL’S GAP
THE GP EXPERIENCE
THE LAST GP
TRIAL DES NATIONS 2000
UNITED STATES GRAND PRIX 2005

&

Motorcycle Road Trips (Vol. 20) England, Ireland, & Isle of Man -
England, Ireland
These articles will take you on a visit to Britain's National Motorcycle Museum where the 500 motorcycles on display will reveal how far back into the nineteenth century motorcycling's roots extend and then transport you to the land of Guinness, Gaelic, and Green where the world's fastest growing economy is making motorcycling affordable to the vibrant Irish people in an ancient land of hardship, suffering, and winding, narrow, cliff top roads overlooking the Irish Sea.

CONTENTS:
BRITAIN’S NATIONAL MOTORCYCLE MUSEUM
MOTORCYCLING IN IRELAND

& Isle Of Man
You've heard about it and you know it's special, but what you don't know is that it won't last forever. Forces bigger than motorcycling are threatening this two-week festival of speed. The 150-mph run down bumpy and crowned Bray Hill, three feet in the air at Ballaugh Bridge, and flat out at nearly 200 mph through the mist and over the "damp bits" on Snafell Mountain are sights you can't see anywhere else in the world and they're all on the endangered list. Add the stunt rider shows, the drags, the Ramsey bike show, Mad Sunday, the crazy crowds, and the nightly smoky burn outs on Douglas' Queen's Promenade and you've got something that's not to be missed. If you want to know how to get there, where to stay when you get there, and what to see when you get there, then you'll want to read this before you get there.

CONTENTS:
A GLOBAL HAPPENING
AMERICAN SPORT BIKES IN EUROPE
CALIFORNIA CONNECTION
DON’T CALL THEM ENGLISH
IOM - MUST SEE & MUST DO
MOTORCYCLES, WHISKEY, & DEATH
MORE THAN JUST RACES
TEN TIPS FOR THE TRIP OF A LIFETIME
THE IOM TT RACES

Number of Words: 31,932

About the Author:
Qualifications - Forty-two years and over 250,000 miles as a licensed motorcycle operator. Forty years and 190,000 accident-free road miles. Twenty years and 45,000 miles dual sport riding. Ten years of East Coast Enduro Association competition. Four years motocross and road racing support in AMA and WERA competition. Forty years off-pavement riding. Completion of Motorcycle Safety Foundation Beginner and Advanced Rider Courses and Keith Code's Superbike School. A.A.S. - Mechanical Engineering with over 25 years professional mechanical experience.

Road Riding - Thirty-seven of 48 contiguous states with extensive knowledge of the Mid-Atlantic, New England, and Southeastern states. Five Canadian provinces, Isle of Man, Scotland, England, Wales, Ireland, Spain and Portugal.

Leadership Positions: President (1995-2011) - Turbo Motorcycle International Owners Association (TMIOA), North Eastern Region Director (2000-2009), and Pennsylvania State Director (1994-2009) - Honda Sport Touring Association (HSTA). Rally Dual Sport Route Coordinator - Honda Sport Touring Association Rendezvous 1996. Rally Coordinator - The Thumper Humper (THE) Rally 1998-2008, PA Adventure Rally 1994-2007, Pennsylvania Dual Sport Rides 1995-2007, Pennsylvania 500 Road Ride 2005-2007, and Turbo Rally '95, 00, and '10. Organizer - 2001 Honda Sport Touring Association Rendezvous - a 400+ participant 5-day international event.