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Questing The Grand Canyon

Rider Magazine
July 18, 2006

Certainly one worth the pilgrimage is a place so vast and breathless it extends beyond any sense of human scope. If we ever wondered why we ride, arriving at the Grand Canyon offers an epiphany. It is a defining moment that distinguishes the risk and ruggedness of our lifestyle. I think you have to pity... Read more »

Crossing Texas The Short Way

Rider Magazine
February 21, 2005

The long way is via Interstate 10 from Orange to El Paso, which will put some 850 miles on a hard-working odometer. However, if you choose the Panhandle run, the short trip on Interstate 40, which parallels I-10 about 500 miles north, the Texas crossing is a mere 178 miles. But who would want to take... 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 »

Oklahoma Motorcycle Ride: A Journey Through the Past and Present

Purple mountain majesty unfolds from Talimena Scenic Drive along the crest of Winding Stair Mountains in the Ouachita National Forest.

Alan Paulsen
January 1, 2000

Most states extend the welcome mat. In former times, upon entering the Sooner state on eastbound Interstate 40 and passing the stoic Oklahoma sign, a traveler first noticed the posted speed limits, followed by the fines listed in five-mph increments for exceeding said limits. Picketed alongside the freeway... Read more »

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