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riding and meeting new folks Posted on Thu, Sep 28, 2006 00:00
I got back from the T.O.T. ride. Clocked over 3,000 miles. Stayed in Dallas,Tx. for 1 1/2 days and San Antonio, Tx.3 days. Got over 1,000 miles in less than 18 hours going home from Texas. Meet lots of folks and one very special person. We left Chattanoog with around 47,000 bikes and by the time we got to Florence Al. There were 110,000 bikes that stretched 41 miles. I very spiritual and awesome ride. rr
women motorcycle riders; this si so cool Posted on Wed, Aug 02, 2006 00:00
Women bikers, by the numbers: 635,000: Number of women motorcycle owners in the United States. 18% of American motorcycle operators are women. 56.7% of women motorcyclists are married. 28% of women motorcyclists who have a college or postgraduate degree. 35% of women motorcyclists hold a technical/professional job. 42:Median age of women motorcyclists, up from 38 in 1998 33.3% of students who took a Motorcycle Safety Foundation riding course last year were women Source: The Motorcycle Industry Council, Motorcycle Safety Foundation Women bikers, by the numbers: 635,000: Number of women motorcycle owners in the United States. 18% of American motorcycle operators are women. 56.7% of women motorcyclists are married. 28% of women motorcyclists who have a college or postgraduate degree. 35% of women motorcyclists hold a technical/professional job. 42:Median age of women motorcyclists, up from 38 in 1998 33.3% of students who took a Motorcycle Safety Foundation riding course last year were women Source: The Motorcycle Industry Council, Motorcycle Safety Foundation Women bikers, by the numbers: 635,000: Number of women motorcycle owners in the United States. 18% of American motorcycle operators are women. 56.7% of women motorcyclists are married. 28% of women motorcyclists who have a college or postgraduate degree. 35% of women motorcyclists hold a technical/professional job. 42:Median age of women motorcyclists, up from 38 in 1998 33.3% of students who took a Motorcycle Safety Foundation riding course last year were women Source: The Motorcycle Industry Council, Motorcycle Safety Foundation Go girls.
Alabama Posted on Sun, Jul 30, 2006 00:00
Am I the only one from Alabama on here. How about Georgia or Tennessee. May be I need to uproot but then again maybe I will just stay here on the mountain and ride.
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largest biker ride Posted on Sat, Jul 15, 2006 00:00
For some of you that have never been on or has never heard of the "Trail of Tears" ride it is the largest bikers leaving at one time in history; I could have missed one that is larger. There were 47,000 bikers that left on sept. 2005; They stretched 25 miles and when the day ended at Waterloo there were over 100,000 bikes there. It is always on the 3rd sat. of Sept. leaving from Chatanooga, Tennessee If you have been speak up tell what it was like for you. For me it is a wonderfull spiritual ride that never ends.
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long rides Posted on Mon, Jul 03, 2006 00:00
I am talking about bikes. I like long rides in the country, I guess that is why I live on a mountain. Most rides if in the right frame of mind are spiritual. Feeling free on the inside is another type of being spiritual. i usually have to ride alone because so many just don't like long rides, my idea of a long ride is 500 + miles in a day. The "Trail of Tears is one of my favorite.
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