Motorcycle Road Trips (Vol. 36a) Road Trips III & IV Compilation
Motorcycle Road Trips (Vol. 24) Road Trips (Part III) - More Cruisin' America
These ten published magazine articles from the Road Trips (Part III) CD examine more of the best two lane roads along a dozen or so road trips covering a few ten thousand miles - the trips that make you want to turn around and ride them again and again. Along the way you'll encounter Gotham City charm, more Southern hospitality, more of the West's desolate landscapes, and more of the never ending two-lane roads of the mid-Atlantic states. Do you want to know where the best road trip roads are, what you'll see along them, and why each of these trips are mandatory rides for anyone calling themselves a motorcyclist? These articles reveal more of the best destinations and road trips from East to West and North to South and the reasons to ride each one.
FRENCH QUARTER CAFE
PENNSYLVANIA'S ENDLESS MOUNTAINS
Motorcycle Road Trips (Vol. 22) Road Trips (Part IV) - Cruisin' Beyond America
These eight published magazine articles from the Road Trips (Part IV) CD will allow you to learn what foreign riders, roads, and rallies are like before you get there. From Canada, across the pond to the Isle of Man, and across the English Channel to Spain, Portugal, and Holland, these offerings taken as whole, are a good start to a worldwide adventure tour. Get packing! There's a look at Canada's Cape Breton Highlands and the Halifax riding scene, the Isle of Man TT Races, Valencian and Portuguese MotoGP races, what you can learn by riding in Europe, and a conversation with a globe-trekking Dutchman who stopped long enough in his home country to be interviewed and answer the question, "Why do you do this?. You might be surprised by his answer.
BARCELONA MOTORCYCLE MUSEUM
CAPE BRETON, NS
GRUMPY OLD MAN
HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA
ISLE OF MAN '97 - SUCCESS & EFFORT
NORTH BY NORTHWEST
PORTUGUESE MOTO GP
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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.