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Old Bike, New Places


Jim Hale
November 10, 2011

Mornings are getting cooler here in South Georgia, and I’d been talking and thinking about taking my old (1975) Honda CB750 for a real ride. Not just buzzing around the neighborhood to the drugstore and back, but an honest to goodness ride. Something like three or four hundred miles that would really... Read more »

Decisions, Decisions

My 1975 Honda CB750 is the risky choice, but after all, it is a Honda.

Jim Hale
September 29, 2011

The calendar says the autumn equinox was last Friday, and summer is certainly drawing to a close here in South Georgia. Muggy mornings have turned crisp, with temperatures dropping into the upper 50s. The midday heat still hovers around 85 degrees on most days, but everyone who has experienced at least... Read more »

Alabama Motorcycle Roads: Little River Canyon National Preserve

Passing by Mushroom Rock.

Warren Renshaw
January 4, 2007

[Alabama Motorcycle Roads: Little River Canyon National Preserve was originally published as a Favorite Ride in the November 2006 issue of Rider magazine] Although I live in Sweet Home Alabama, my home state is not known for such sweet motorcycling roads, if a sweet road is defined as a curvy one. One... Read more »

Motorcycle Ride in Alamaba, Mississipi, Louisiana and Texas

Gee, think I’m in the Lone Star State?

Bill Heald
June 27, 2003

ALL MY LIFE, I’ve run from hot weather. Growing up in Texas, I even worked in an ice factory during the summer to escape the heat. So, years later, why in the name of Marlon Brando’s Triumph did I decide to borrow a machine from a major manufacturer and tour Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana and Texas... Read more »