Holiday Gifts for Campers and Adventure Seekers
It’s December. Most of us are doing our holiday shopping for friends and family. I’m back again for 2018 with another batch of Gift Ideas. Rather than another batch of motorcycle gear, I decided to switch it up, and show some love to the motorcycle campers and outdoorsmen (am I still allowed to call them that?) out there. Here are my top gift picks for your favorite adventurers and explorers.
Here are more than twenty products to choose from, in a wide variety of categories. Everything on this year’s list are less than $40.00-USD Many are under $25. All the great items I have selected are in stock, ready to ship and feature Free-2-Day-Shipping with Amazon Prime. Everything I have chosen for this list have 4-star or better reviews. Continue reading “Holiday Gifts for Campers and Adventure Seekers”
Little bikes are fun
I fell in love with a little Honda Rebel 250 several years ago. I got to ride a CMX250C when I took the MSF Basic Rider Course
The Honda Rebel 250 was first introduced to the US market in the mid-80’s and was built Continue reading “Little bikes are fun”
We Ride Responsibly Out Of Respect
I want to promote safe motorcycling. I want to increase access to Motorcycle Safety Classes, and encourage Riders of all skill levels to take advantage of these resources.
I have worked for two motorcycle dealerships. I have experience in Parts and Accessories sales. During the times I was at both dealerships, I heard about many riders that Continue reading “We Ride Responsibly Out Of Respect”
Toledo Motorcycle Legend – Cycleman
If you’re from Toledo, and you ride a motorcycle, you have probably heard of Cycleman on Lagrange Street.
I’m not sure how long he has been there. I’ve been in Toledo about twenty years, and he’s been there since before I came to town.
Cycleman’s shop is awesome.
I’ve never seen so many motorcycle parts in one place. If you ride a street bike, Continue reading “Toledo Motorcycle Legend – Cycleman”
The Motorcyclist That Motivates Me
I grew up with older brothers that rode.
I was about four years old the first time I went out on the road with them. It was the late 1970’s. It was a practically brand new CB750.
I started riding in front of them holding Continue reading “The Motorcyclist That Motivates Me”