Archive for November, 2006

Riding to Work

Nov 01, 2006 View Comments by

Approaching my office building, the traffic is heavier, but I soon dive underground into the parking garage The attendant and I exchange waves as I’m allowed to bypass the line of cars backed-up at the entrance gate. Pulling into my parking space five levels down, I dismount, remove my protective gear, grab my briefcase and […]

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Rebel Without a Clue

Nov 01, 2006 View Comments by

It’s the B-movie western we’ve all seen a hundred times. Outlaws ride into town, get drunk in the saloon and clash with the locals. The ineffectual, alcoholic sheriff won’t intervene; his daughter, meanwhile, falls for the gang leader. The locals form a lynch mob, and the sheriff, shamed into action, tries to intervene. There’s an […]

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MotoVentures Training

Nov 01, 2006 View Comments by

Some of us are constantly working to keep our skills up to date and expand our motorcycling knowledge. This means studying books, reviewing videos, or even attending a Motorcycle Safety Foundation course. Some take that thirst for knowledge to the track in the form of a track day or they enroll in courses at one […]

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Protection Racket

Nov 01, 2006 View Comments by

There are two kinds of riders, it’s said: Those who are going down and those who have been down. Falling off a motorcycle is something that almost all of us will experience at one time or another. RoadRUNNER readers, being well above average in intelligence, experience and perspicacity, therefore understand the importance of getting good […]

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