Category Archives: Motorcycling

Always Wear Your Protective Gear

I have been meaning to write this post for quite some time but never seemed to get around to it.  After yesterday, I have decided now is the time.   There was a motorcycle accident on Highway #1 in British Columbia … Continue reading

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Ron Remenda (1950-2010) Memorial Ride 2012

Ron Remenda I posted two years ago about the sudden loss of one of our great riding buddies Ron Remenda who passed away at the way too young age of 60. Unfortunately that post was wiped out along with all … Continue reading

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Co-Rider to Rider, Do I or Don’t I?

Thinking about making the move from the back seat to the front; or more appropriately, moving to a rider from a co-rider? It’s not an easy decision to make. It took me 7 years and 100,000 miles to make the … Continue reading

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Co-Rider – No Longer Just the Passenger

Ed and I with his new Ultra Limited Before we were married, my husband and I worked together in a job where lives depended on teamwork. Reading and anticipating each other became second nature. Riding together on the same motorcycle … Continue reading

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