Whether recounting a laid-back ramble along an Appalachian back road or trying to reach 170 mph on a Kawasaki Ninja at Losail International Circuit in Qatar, the tales from Lance Oliver’s book, The Ride So Far, uncover the essence of what makes motorcycling so much more than just a way to get from here to there. Lance Oliver took his first motorcycle rides on a humble Honda 50 and has since ridden anything he could get his hands on, from a Ducati 999s to a 1968 Motobi 125. Over the years he has worked as a newspaper reporter and editor in New York, Florida and Puerto Rico, as a volunteer English teacher in rural Costa Rica, and as a magazine and website editor at the American Motorcyclist Association. He currently lives in Ohio with his wife, Ivonne, and a collection of formerly homeless animals, and works as a freelance writer and translator.
Internationally-renowned motorcycle editor and freelance MotoGP correspondent David Emmett shares the story about how he built the MotoMatters.com website from a small hobby into one of the biggest MotoGP-only websites on the Internet and continually informs and entertains both MotoGP insiders and motorcycle racing newbies alike.
Diner of the Week: Citizens Band Diner
Visit Those Diner and Motorcycle Guys website and read Garrison's new eBook Eggs Over Easy Rider on Amazon Kindleabout his journey from record producer to motorcycle celebrity to Blog Talk Radio host.
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