I completed a 733-mile motorcycle adventure over five days in New England, USA, and returned home on Sunday, 18 September.
Now that I have caught up with my return-to-home, let me explain what I mean by the title of this post, and my riding style of today… (read on) …
This week, I flew to New Hampshire and rented a Harley Street Glide. My riding buddy “S” met me. “S” lives here. I followed “S” to his home and settled in as “base camp.”
We will ride 5 days throughout some of the U.S. States of New England — New Hampshire, Maine, Vermont, and Massachusetts.
Our rides are not aggressive, though the first two days, we rode a total of 371 miles. We saw…
I had a great time on my favorite island. However, it was time to come back to my home in Maryland. My return flights were delayed but made it, so I have no complaints.
However, it is a hell of a lot warmer on the mainland than in Puerto Rico!
I have caught up on lost sleep, and today I pulled on a favorite pair of motorcycle boots — Chippewa Harness — and before it got too hot, I…
I have been riding motorcycles for more than 40 years. Thus one might think I know how to ride safely.
Road riding is generally good… until it isn’t. “Things happen” like a vehicle suddenly crossing your path of travel, debris in the road, or an animal deciding to run out in front of you and freeze.
Crash avoidance is a skill that even the most experienced riders need to practice, especially…
I have ridden motorcycles for more than four decades, and enjoy it. Over the years, I have acquired, tested, and worn many different motorcycle gear products designed for wear for rider protection and comfort.
“Back in the day” like all Model T Fords, I could have any color of gear I wanted as long as it was black. Black leather. Denim & leather jeans. Black boots. Black gloves. And that was about it–though even back when I first started riding, I could choose a helmet color that was brighter and more visible than black.
Technology innovations and fabric improvements nowadays affect my choices of what to wear when I ride, as well as my level of tolerance of heat, cold, and humidity.
I always wear motorcycle boots, but above my feet, what I wear varies based on the ambient air temperatures and humidity for safe, protective, riding gear.
Here are my current choices of what I wear and why–
Friday February 11 and Saturday the 12th, we had delightful unseasonably warm(ish) weather in Maryland. After taking care of chores at home, I stopped reminiscing of my last trip to Puerto Rico with my beloved husband (two years ago this week), turned off the blasted computer and …
Now that I have well-fitting bars on my new Harley and the weather is appropriately cool but not frigidly cold, today (Friday 10 Dec), I had to run errands, so I thought, “take the Harley!”
It has been way too long since I rode my Harley. Today, however, was…
During my recent “Crazy-Awesome Motorcycle Adventure II,” our ride route included an iconic scenic road, Utah-12. It is 123 miles from its origin at Torrey, Utah, to Panguich.
When we rode Harleys on this road four years ago during “CAMA-I,” it was raining. I had a death-grip on the bars of my bike.
My riding partner “S” had to…
As I mentioned in a post just yesterday, Google cannot “verify me” and thus I am unable to upload videos on my old “Booted Harleydude” YouTube channel.
Through simple searching, I found an alternative to YouTube to post more videos of my motorcycle adventure. I am now using “DailyMotion.”
To see my new videos, …
I have created 14 photo galleries from more than 600 photos I took during my recent motorcycle adventure. Click on this photo to see the galleries!
If clicking on this photo montage doesn’t work, try here. Enjoy!
Note: I am still working on editing and posting videos. I appreciate your patience!
Life is short: ride your dreams!