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Turning the Passion for Motorcycles into a Career

From stunt riding to wrench turning

1/13/2015, By Stephanie Burnett, Phoenix, Arizona
You know that sheer thrill when you feel the wind in your hair and hear the rumble of a Harley-Davidson as you take it on the open road? I first felt it at just 12 years old. My uncle took me on his Harley-Davidson Softail to the Oyster Run in Washington, and during that ride I knew I had found my passion in life.
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Solo Road Trip on a Motorcycle: Alone But Never Lonely

One rider’s 8,000 mile journey on a Sportster!

12/13/2014, By Mette Helena Elfving, Reno, Nevada
She always wanted to take a road trip alone, but would she be lonely? And could she do it on a small Sportster, her first motorcycle? Mette Helena Elfving didn't let those questions, or fear of the unknown, stop her from following her dream and experiencing pure bliss on what would be a trip of a lifetime!
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Always Ride the Curvy Roads

It's what motorcycling is all about

10/10/2014, By Lynne Goebeler, Dawsonville, Georgia
Straight roads are fine if you are in a car. You can go fast on straight roads, and probably do, since they tend to be a bit on the boring side. Straight roads are for getting you from one place to another. Curvy roads, on the other hand, can be an exciting part of the journey. As a motorcyclist, curvy roads are an enjoyment in traveling.
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A Unique Twist on a Motorcycle Road Trip

Exploring Texas one county at a time

9/28/2014, By Pam King, Boerne, Texas
It all started with the country song, I've Been Everywhere (In Texas) by Brian Burns. I watched the YouTube video, listened to Burn’s lyrics list many of the landmarks and cities in Texas and I thought, "How cool would that be to ride my black cherry 2006 Heritage Softail Classic, named Reveille, to those Texas cities?"
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WRN's Pin To Win Giveaway Winners Announced!

The ultimate motorcycle getaways we chose

Thank you to all of our readers who dreamed big and shared those dreams with us. We are thrilled to announce the winners of our first Pin to Win Ultimate Motorcycle Getaway Giveaway, and share their Pinterest boards with you.
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Reader Story: How One Woman Inspired Another to Ride

A providential encounter made it happen

4/28/2014, Diana Bletter, Westhampton, New York
Don’t get me wrong. There’s nothing bad about riding pillion on the back of a motorcycle. For many years, I used to sit behind my husband, Jonny, on his Harley-Davidson Softail Deuce, spacing out and staring at the scenery. But now that I’ve taken the leap to the rider’s seat, I’m encouraging more women to move from the back seat to actively riding their own bikes.
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Reader Story: My Motorcycle Trip of a Lifetime

Fulfilling a dream on her two months off from work

4/4/2014, By Linda Leubner, Exeter, New Hampshire
When I found out that my employer, Stonyfield Farm—who by the way, makes the best yogurt in the world–was implementing a two-month paid sabbatical policy, all I could think about was using that time for a motorcycle trip.
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Reader Story: "I Wish I'd Done It Years Ago!"

Making the choice to ride

3/11/2014, By Liz Owen, Dunedin, New Zealand
The best thing about motorcycle riding is that the adventure starts as soon as you leave the house. I ride because it’s empowering, invigorating and it's a great place to reflect, but most of all because it’s a whole heap of fun.
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Reader Story: Riding the Passes of the Sierra Nevada Mountains

A family motorcycling adventure

1/31/2014, By Kathy Jelaca-Maxwell, Ventura, California
One of my motorcycle travel goals has been to cross all the major passes in the eastern Sierra Nevada mountain range. It is home to Mount Whitney (the highest peak in the continental U.S.), and the famous peaks of Yosemite National Park. I achieved this goal with my husband and daughter on our journey to and from the AMA conference.
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Reader Story and Review: From Bike to Trike

Taking the time to find what worked for her

12/17/2013, By Sherri Brody, Litchfield Park, Arizona
To say that my history with motorcycles was minimal would be an understatement. I had never ridden “anything,” and 26 years ago had ridden on a bike as a passenger for about an hour. My husband, Mike, rides bikes and has raced dirt bikes his entire life. When he retired, and a girl friend of mine got her motorcycling license, I decided to take the leap and work towards getting mine.
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