Crossing America On Can-Am Spyders

Sep 13, 2012 View Comments by

After completing our cross-country journey along the Lewis and Clark Trail, I’ve given much thought to the high-tech mounts that transported us over 3,400 miles. As any Can-Am owner will likely tell you, piloting a Can-Am is very different from riding a motorcycle. Because the vehicle has two wheels in the front, counter steering cannot […]

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Retracing the Lewis & Clark Trail Across America – Day 16

Aug 17, 2012 View Comments by

I pulled a smart move yesterday: losing my grip on the ignition key when I pulled it out, only to see it fall into an inaccessible void at the base of the handlebars.  Panic!  I took out my now-sacred second key and vowed to obsess over it for the rest of the trip.  The Can-Am […]

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Retracing the Lewis & Clark Trail Across America – Day 14

Aug 15, 2012 View Comments by

As we ride out of Glasgow the hill top sculptures of dinosaurs remind us that more than buffalo once roamed these lands. The artist has placed them as if they are just cresting a hill, ready for the hunt. Fortunately, they remain in place and we escape to a wonderful morning ride. Temps are cool […]

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Retracing the Lewis & Clark Trail Across America

Aug 01, 2012 View Comments by

RoadRUNNER editor James T. Parks will lead a small party of volunteers along a land route that generally parallels the 1804-06 (mostly waterborne) route of the Lewis & Clark Expedition. In 1803 President Thomas Jefferson consummated one of the sweetest real estate deals in American history by purchasing the Louisiana territory from France. Jefferson chose […]

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