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I like this article. After 40 years of riding it's interesting to hear of other rider's do's and don'ts of riding.

For myself, riding has been a lifetime of some changes but generally stayed the same each time I traded up with my Honda Gold Wings. The one thing that didn't change was the desire to ride. With almost one million miles on the road, time has proven anything can be done if you really want to ride.


Dorothy Seabourne
Sherkston, ON, Canada
Friday, June 2, 2017
Great article! Sounds like she is having fun. I only dropped my Harley-Davidson Softail Deluxe once, at a gas station. I thought the kickstand was all the way out and it wasn't. Good thing my husband was there to pick it up. I couldn't budge the thing.

ET
Syracuse, NY
Thursday, June 1, 2017
Great story. Almost like my life. Started riding at 45 and never looked back. I am on my fourth bike, a 2017 Harley-Davidson Street Glide named Elsa. She and I plan on riding 35,000 miles before I can't ride anymore. That will bring me up to 100,000. I just wish I started riding when I was younger.


Denise Arthur
Pinson, AL
Thursday, June 1, 2017
I am 5 feet and I have a 1200 Harley Sportster. I dropped my bike many times especially when I was stopped. I was always dropping it when I had to stop at a curve, now I remember to turn the wheel straight before I stop. In 2015 on every ride I would tip the bike once then I will never tip it again until my next ride. I was so embarrassed and always afraid to ride in a group. Last year I rode my bike and never dropped it. I am slowly getting better. I feel that my bike is top heavy for me. All Harley bikes are heavy. Last year I rode to Laconia, New Hampshire, and never dropped it. Finally!

Lourdes
Bronx, NY
Monday, February 13, 2017
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