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My husband has the exact same Voyager year and color. Wow, I am amazed that you ride that heavy bike. My husband dropped his right at the dealership as he was picking up the brand new bike. He still has a problem with his arm from straining to hold it up. He complains all the time how heavy it is but said it was the best riding one he has owned. I refuse to ride on it with him because he can't handle the weight. I had a Harley Softail Deluxe but now I ride a Can-Am Spyder RT.

ET
Syracuse, NY
Thursday, June 1, 2017
At 57 I'm taking my first solo trip in two weeks. Leaving from Cypress, TX, and not knowing which route I will take. In no particular order I plan to visit cousins in Sulphur and New Orleans, LA, visit my best friend's grave site and her mother in Tuscaloosa, AL, visit my brother and his family in Brentwood, TN, ride Tail of the Dragon, and hopefully take some pictures, which I'm real bad at doing. Hopefully, I will see parts of Arkansas, too.

Pam
Cypress, TX
Thursday, June 1, 2017
Editor Response
Have a great trip, Pam! Do you best to snap some pictures, so you can look back at them and relive the ride for years to come.
Tricia Szulewski, Assistant Editor
Love to hear about women riders. I am going to be 67 in a couple months. I am planning my ride from Arizona to Iowa for my 50th class reunion next year. I am planning no freeways and looking for sights to see along the way. Can hardly wait.

Marsha Moskwa
Mesa, AZ
Tuesday, June 14, 2016
Hi Kim! Thanks for sharing this story. I've been back and forth so much in my head about doing a long distance cross-country type trip solo. It doesn't help that friends/family are in my head saying I'm crazy for thinking it too. I ride solo almost all the time and want to travel so much more on my motorcycle. You've definitely inspired me! Thanks!

Kristin Schmidt
Tampa, FL
Monday, June 13, 2016
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