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Embracing America On A Hog And A Hack Without Reservations

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If adventure came knocking, would you have the courage to open the door? That was the question Susie had to answer. She was very comfortably established in her hometown routine, semiretired and serene. So it was with some misgivings that she agreed to take a tour around the perimeter of the United States with her husband, Bob. The conveyance? His new dream machine, a Harley-Davidson motorcycle with a sidecar added just for her. With no former riding experience and no little anxiety, she goes along for the ride. She learns a bit about the country, its people, and some very important things about herself. Come along for a virtual ride! But don't get too comfortable, because one day, it might be your door that adventure finds.


You Want To Buy A Motorcycle

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So, you're entertaining the thought of a new (to you at least) motorcycle, or perhaps you're simply considering selling. This simple guide is dedicated towards fairness for both buyer and seller. It will show you techniques to determine how fair a price is, either asking or paying. This book will help you learn how to value a motorcycle like a professional, as a buyer you'll discover how to pay below market, as a seller you'll discover how to price your motorcycle properly, not just for what you've decided you might desire, then be left wondering why it isn't selling. As a buyer this will help you negotiate the best price, as a seller, it'll help to prepare you for the questions a well informed buyer will be asking, like can I even buy the right oil for this? Most don't know that not many oils are backwards compatible, or that car oils often don't work well in motorcycles. Somewhere close to a million miles, forty years of experience and the ownership of nearly a hundred different machines have gone into this handy guide. If you use it well, it should save or protect much more than you ever imagined. Some day's it's good to buy a guide, just to learn from another's mistakes experience.


Racing The Rain

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From the author of the New York Times bestselling Once a Runner-acclaimed byRunner's World as "the best novel ever written about running"-comes that novel's prequel, the story of a world-class athlete coming of age in the 1950s and '60s on Florida's Gold Coast.

Quenton Cassidy is the skinniest boy in school, and also one of the fastest. Cassidy spends his afternoons exploring his primal surroundings: the local river, the nearby ocean, the lakes, swamps, and forests that dominate the landscape of the Florida everglades. While adventuring, Cassidy befriends Trapper Nelson, an iconoclastic hunter who lives in an isolated compound on the riverbank.

By junior high, Cassidy dreams of becoming a basketball player, but Nelson's influence runs deep and Cassidy begins to view running as a way to interact with the natural world. Warned of Nelson's checkered past, Cassidy dismisses the stories as hearsay, until his town is rocked by the disappearance and apparent murder of a prominent judge and his wife. Cassidy's loyalty to his friend is severely tested just as his opportunity to make his mark as a gifted runner comes to fruition.

Hailed by National Book Award winner Bob Shacochis as a "lovely novel that reminds us that what is most valuable is life is the spirit to accomplish impossible things,"Racing the Rain explores a small town's secrets while vividly capturing the physical endurance, determination, and mindset required of a champion. "A celebration of the purity of the sport" (Fort Worth Star-Telegram), it is an epic coming-of-age classic about the environments and friendships that shape us all.

About the Author

John L. Parker, Jr. has written for Outside, Runner’s World, and numerous other publications. A graduate of the University of Florida’s College of Journalism as well as its College of Law, Parker has been a practicing attorney, a newspaper reporter and columnist, a speechwriter for then Governor Bob Graham, and editorial director of Running Times magazine. The author of Once a Runner, Again to Carthage, and Racing the Rain, he lives in Gainesville, Florida, and Bar Harbor, Maine.



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