Motorcycle Dual Sporting (Vol. 1) Dual Sporting Pennsylvania and Beyond - 43.000 Miles Dual Sporting From Vermont to Tennessee Robert H. Miller

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Motorcycle Dual Sporting (Vol. 1) Dual Sporting Pennsylvania and Beyond - 43.000 Miles Dual Sporting From Vermont to Tennessee by Robert H. Miller
February 25th 2011 | Nook | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 0 pages | ISBN: | 7.60 Mb

Dual Sporting Pennsylvania and Beyond -The following twenty-five published magazine articles from Backroad Bobs Motorcycle Adventures Dual Sporting Pennsylvania and Dual Sporting Beyond Pennsylvania CDs begin with five stories compiled after fifteenMoreDual Sporting Pennsylvania and Beyond -The following twenty-five published magazine articles from Backroad Bobs Motorcycle Adventures Dual Sporting Pennsylvania and Dual Sporting Beyond Pennsylvania CDs begin with five stories compiled after fifteen years, dozens of long weekends, and tens of thousands of miles riding through Pennsylvania’s state forests.

The 2.1 million acres of Pennsylvania’s state forests and their 2600 miles of unpaved roads and 2500 miles of single track trails constitute one of the largest state-owned public areas open to dual sport riding in the United States. By permitting public access to the state’s forests, Pennsylvania has created a dual sport rider’s paradise. It’s difficult to improve on a day spent riding hard, eating well, and sitting around a campfire under a sky so filled with stars that constellations are lost in an expanse of twinkling lights stretching from horizon to horizon.The remaining twenty articles are a compilation of stories about events from the AMA/Suzuki National Dual Sport Trail Ride Series, Racer Productions’ Appalachian Dual Sport Tour, and routes I’ve developed after fifteen years of East Coast dual sport exploration.

A few articles cover the same event, the Shenandoah 500km, and rightfully so as this is the best dual sport ride in the country. The folks from Northern Virginia Trail Riders could write the book on organizing a ride. A few others concern the demise of the most famous off-road event in America - the Blackwater 100 Grand National Cross Country (GNCC) Race. Two decades ago, with more than a little help from legendary promoter Dave Coombs, the Blackwater 100 became known as the toughest race in America.

This reputation put Dave’s Racer Productions and his fledgling GNCC series on the map. Today, the GNCC title is the most coveted off-road crown in America. One of the articles is an interview with Sidney Dickson - a former World Rally car driver, Vincent collector, and dual sporting pioneer. His insights into long distance, endurance, dual sport riding will really get you thinking about your own dual sport adventure.CONTENTS:DUAL SPORTING PENNSYLVANIA -BALD EAGLE’S BESTELK COUNTRY RIDENO BULL RIDERENOVO RUNWELLSBORO WEEKENDAND BEYOND -AL EAMES MEMORIAL TRAIL RIDE - 1995BLACKWATER DS - 1994BLACKWATER DS - 1997BLACKWATER DS - 1998BLACKWATER DS - 1999ITHACA DIRT RIDERS DS - 1999LORETTA LYNN DS - 1998LOST RIVER RIDEOFF ROAD ACROSS AMERICARIDING THE RAPIDANROLL YOUR OWN ROLL CHARTSSHENANDOAH 500Km DS - 1994SHENANDOAH 500Km DS - 1995SHENANDOAH 500Km DS - 1996SHENANDOAH 500Km DS - 1997SHENANDOAH 500Km DS - 1998SHENANDOAH 500Km DS - 1999SMOKE HOLE RIDESPRUCE KNOB RIDETRI-COUNTY DS - 1997Number of Words - 23889These articles are the fruits of a trial and error tree planted decades ago.

The bad roads, the dead end trails, and the nasty places have been left out. What remains is a four-decade distillation of motorcycling in 38 American states, five Canadian provinces, five national forests, ten Pennsylvania state forests, and eight foreign countries. These articles contain valuable information that will save you time and money and enable you to efficiently plan your own adventures while avoiding the mistakes Ive made. Let each article be a preview of your own adventures.Additional Titles by the Author:This Backroad Bob’s Dual Sporting Pennnsylvania & Beyond eBook is one part of a 20-part CD series that is Backroad Bob’s Motorcycle Adventures and includes the following titles.

The CDs and the eBooks contain the same articles, but the eBooks, available instantly from Amazon.com, are text-only and the dual sporting eBooks exclude the roll charts, GPS maps, and GPS coordinates. The full-color, photo-filled versions, the photo CDs, and the full-content dual sporting CDs are available only as CDs from www.backroadbob.com.

or as Amazon CD-ROM books.Backroad Bob’s Motorcycle Adventures:Dual Sporting PA with Roll ChartsDual Sporting PA with GPS Roll ChartsDual Sporting Beyond PA with Roll ChartsDual Sporting Beyond PA with GPS Roll ChartsDual Sport PhotosDual Sporters and Thumper HumpersDual Sporters, Dirt Bikers, & Road RidersGP and MotoGP PhotosGPs & MotoGPs, England, Ireland, and Isle of ManHits or MissesIsle of Man PhotosPeoplePlacesRoad TripsRoad Trip PhotosRoadsRoad HousesThingsTurbo ChroniclesWastegates



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