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  • Finding victory in a Triumph
    "The Rugged Road" to lifetime success
    Theresa Wallach met obstacles on almost every ride of her life. However, with each turn, she found a better way to reach her destination. Female motorcycle riders weren’t welcome at bike clubs, races, or repair shops in the 1920s and 1930s....
  • The magesty of the Grand Canyon
    Best vacation bargain in 2014: National Park Annual Pass
    Looking for an inexpensive vacation this year that is uniquely American? Then theAmerica the Beautiful - the National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass or "Interagency" Annual Pass is the answer. At only $80 for the annual pass,...
  • Christmas tree
    Donations to charity make great gifts for the motorcyclist
    It is often difficult to find the perfect gift for a motorcyclist. Chances are the biker purchases the needed stuff (oil, tires, tool kits, etc.) on an as needed basis. The fun items like chrome accessories or luggage is either out of the budget...
  • Gettysburg: The 150th Anniversary blazes an historical ride for motorcyclists
    Gettysburg: The 150th Anniversary blazes an historical ride for motorcyclists
    July 1, 2012 marks the 150th Anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg, the turning point fight of the Civil War, 1861-1865. In June of 1863, General Robert E. Lee began a march (Map) of his army, north, from Culpeper, Virginia. His intentions...
  • Social misfits help children
    A different kind of Christmas toy run
    Usually when you hear the word ‘Run’ in the biker/motorcycle culture, it refers to a group of motorcycle riders getting together to ride in a pack for some kind of mission or agenda. Supper runs, cancer charity runs, benefit runs for...