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Fun On Two Wheels for Under $35 Fun On Two Wheels for Under $35

Even though I ride a 1956 Panhead most of the time I am also very focused on showing the world that you don’t need a lot of money to have fun on two wheels.  My husband Gabe owns this pair of Yamaha TW’s, so we set out to show everyone just how much fun can…

Support AB 2972 & Stop Motorcycle Profiling in California Support AB 2972 & Stop Motorcycle Profiling in California
  • April 03, 2018
  • By California Motorcycle Anti-Profiling Coalition
  • Motorcycle Law

website: https://www.causes.com/campaigns/104351-end-motorcycling-in-california Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/motorcycleriderunification/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ca_mcprofiling

Exploring the North Rim of the Grand Canyon Exploring the North Rim of the Grand Canyon

Despite being one of the most famous and most-visited parks in the United States, The Grand Canyon National Park still holds secrets that many people don’t know, 90% of people to be exact. Before writing this article I debated a long while if I should do it or not. When things are secret gems you…

A Ride Through the Arkansas Ozarks A Ride Through the Arkansas Ozarks

The Arkansas Ozarks is a mecca for motorcyclists.  I’m lucky to live among all of this mountainous beauty and truly appreciate all of its splendor.  After my husband and I returned from a trip to North Carolina, the first thing we did was plan a RIDE in our own home state.  It didn’t hurt that…

Mama Tried Motorcycle Show Recap Mama Tried Motorcycle Show Recap

Ahh….Milwaukee. The land of cheese curds and motorcycles. It’s no secret that I am a fan of both. Two years ago I made my first journey to the Mama Tried Show, and although I’m not a fan of the frigid midwest winters, I am a fan of Industrial-styled cities, culture, food, brews, and motorcycles—and Milwaukee…

What About Us? Why the Bikers of America Cannot Continue to be Ignored or Forgotten What About Us? Why the Bikers of America Cannot Continue to be Ignored or Forgotten

I’ve held the position of Vice-President of Government Affairs for the Motorcycle Riders Foundation for roughly 18 months. And during those months I’ve sat in countless meetings, congressional hearings, public information sessions, symposiums, conferences and breakout sessions which have covered a gamut of issues that affect riders. Anything and everything from ethanol to self-driving cars…

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