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Very cool. Is there more off-road riding out west? I'm hard pressed to find places here. I learned to ride when I was 29 and quickly realized off road was my true love. I'm considering entering Enduro and Scrambles for fun.


Suzy
Madison, GA
Saturday, April 2, 2016
Editor Response
Great question Suzy! We have posted your question in our Your Questions Answered section. Check there now to find your question and the responses from our readers.
Genevieve Schmitt, Editor
Aaaahhhhh, I love this! I've been thinking quite hard about riding to Alaska, even though the stories I keep hearing should scare me away. I know that I would want a dual sport to do it, a little short one! HAHA!! Just reading your attitudes and how you overcame not only the ideas you had, but your physical difficulties as well, encourages me to find my own road, my own challenges, and keep trying!

I'm too smart to let my brain talk me out of things, and too stubborn to quit when I probably should. I'd rather learn by falling down at this point in my life, rather than quit because I'm afraid to fall. Thanks.

Sash Walker
San Diego, CA
Saturday, November 8, 2014
I am a 64-year-old cancer survivor. Stage lll ovarian September of 2012, now in remission. To motivate myself toward the future I bought a Kawasaki KLR 650. I have never ridden. But I am taking the TEAM Oregon class. And I have friends who ride all the time who are willing to patient with me. I have been working out to regain the strength and energy lost to chemo. I have always been strong and healthy so even after the cancer I am hoping I can ride this bike on the OBDR or part of it in late July. I would very much like to hear from women over 50 who are in a similar stage of life where they are taking on a significant challenge. Or from inexperienced riders who are also at the beginning of this journey.

Diane Millican
Salem, OR
Wednesday, January 9, 2013
Please keep me in the loop for a ride like this for the summer of 2012. Wish I had known about it in Nov. 2010 when I was looking for a challenge. Since I could not find anything, I decided to just ride my Triumph Bonneville coast to coast alone, but I am very interested in your ride for July or August of 2012. am a teacher and have to plan using those dates.

Madeline
Worcester, MA
Thursday, March 31, 2011
Editor Response
The best way to keep "in the loop" on these kinds of rides is to sign up for the WRN Newsletter so that you are the first to know when we post a story announcing this. There is are several links on the home page to do sign up. Look for the box that says sign up.
Genevieve Schmitt
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