Exploring Minnesota Via Motorcycle
This is a do-over. I unintentionally hit the publish button in the quick publish mode. I will not use that mode again!
As I was saying, riding with a group of motorcyclists is fun, but I also find it confining. It’s a lot of work keeping track of the rider ahead of you, the guy on the side and the ones following (even though I’m not driving!). More so than in a car. And, of course, you end up sniffing a lot of motorcycle exhaust.
That’s why Ralph and I like exploring on our own, discovering hills and valleys, curves and straight-aways, new sights, new sounds, fresh air. Just us. That’s how I came to write and publish Ride Minnesota, to share our experiences other motorcyclists who want to get out and explore Minnesota. There are a lot of interesting places in this state, and we haven’t seem ’em all–yet.
I’ll be at Motoprimo in Lakeville tomorrow afternoon, in conjunction with the Victory Demo Truck Tour. I’ll have copies of Ride Minnesota on hand, ready to sign and purchase. Come and see me!
Posted on June 25, 2013, in Minnesota, Minnesota tourism, Motorcycles, Ride Minnesota, Victory motorcycle and tagged and yet they're so confining. You have to follow the leader, but it feels more crowded, Exploring Minnesota, Group motorcycle rides are fun, Lakeville, Minnesota, Motoprimo Motorsports, motorcyclists, really, Ride Minnesota, somehow. A lot of concentration going on there!, to the side and the rear. Not much different from driving a car, you have to watch the biker in front of you. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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