Monthly Archives: March 2020

Becoming More Comfortable

It is the end of four weeks since I started this adventure. Time for another update. Ironically this coincides with a National emergency where most are being ordered to stay at home or practice social distancing if you must go … Continue reading

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Solo 60: Another First of Firsts

There are a few things in life that once you’ve experienced, you just can’t go back. Your first kiss, the loss of one’s virginity (good or bad experience), your learner’s permit and license, marriage, holding your first-born child (hopefully not … Continue reading

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Captain, Ride Captain

When I took the motorcycle safety course, a friend from work noticed the workbook on my desk that Friday. I was reviewing it and thinking about how its contents compared to the online eCourse. Anyway, he was very interested that … Continue reading

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The First 100 Miles: A New Rider’s Perspective

The recommended first step in learning to ride a motorcycle should be to take a rider safety course such as one by from the Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF). I took mine at Harley Davidson of Savannah in Georgia (Thanks guys!). … Continue reading

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