Buttoned up and hunkered down

RIDE-MN-Cover_WEBIt’s been damned cold in Minnesota this past week. Snow and ice and sub-zero temperatures have definitely put a halt to motorcycling. Our Victory has been lovingly washed and polished and stored for the winter, its battery removed to a warm indoor place.  God knows when it will next cruise the highways and byways.

Now’s a good time to sit by the fire (or in our house, the radiator) and read. And what better book for a motorcyclist to read on a cold winter’s day than Ride Minnesota? The book is a great gift item — a stocking stuffer! — for the motorcyclist in your life.  And, from now until December 18, I will gladly sell you a signed copy for just $8! Talk about a cyber deal! That’s 20 percent off list, and unlike the one you can order from Amazon, it will be personally inscribed with the biker’s name and an appropriate message.

You have 10 days to take advantage of this offer. Why just 10 days? I gotta make a deal with Santa to pick it up and deliver it to you by Christmas!

If you’re looking for the perfect gift for the biker who has everything, Ride Minnesota is it. Email me at the address below to order. And yes, I take credit cards.

cynthia.sowden@gmail.com

Merry Christmas!

About cindysowden

Cynthia Sowden is a freelance writer and editor. She puts her 30-plus years of corporate communications experience to work for businesses of all sizes. These are her thoughts on the business of writing.

Posted on December 8, 2013, in Motorcycles, Ride Minnesota, Victory motorcycle and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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