Archive for January, 2004

Ride to Read

Jan 01, 2004 View Comments by

Last June a new fundraising event was inaugurated in the Gem State – Idaho’s Ride to Read Rally, a 300-mile roundtrip ride between Boise and Stanley. Initiated by Jerome Eberharter, founder/CEO of White Cloud Coffee and an avid motorcyclist, the ride incorporated his love of motorcycling and his passion for reading. “Literacy,” he states, “is […]

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City Portrait: Vancouver

Jan 01, 2004 View Comments by

Even for the New World, Vancouver is a young city. Until 1886, it existed only as a sawmill settlement called Granville at the mouth of Burrard Inlet, just north of the 49th parallel. In 1871, offered the prospect of a railroad connecting it to the east, British Columbia was beguiled into joining the confederation that […]

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The Rise and Fall of the Camp Zama Motorcycle Club

Jan 01, 2004 View Comments by

In the beginning was the bike, the bike was with the rider, and the rider formed the club. Not long ago on the Kanto Plain in the Land of the Rising Sun an entity was born. It was in the form of a motorcycle club that does honor to all aficionados of this two-wheeled conveyance. […]

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