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Category Archives: adventure motorcycling
Prostate Cancer Pony Express 2011 Last summer’s Tour de USA® for Prostate Cancer Awareness is now the Prostate Cancer Pony Express™. Visit the 2011 Prostate Cancer Pony Express website for information. September 18th, 2011 is the inaugural year of the … Continue reading
Will You Ride with Me on September 10th? Most of you following this blog are motorcycle enthusiasts and some of you rode with me last summer on the inaugural Tour de USA. Beginning in 2011, our prostate cancer motorcycle awareness … Continue reading
Helmet: Full Face or Half? Choosing the right helmet was interesting. I have a full face helmet that I use when I ride without a windshield and I was tempting to take that, but I found some contrary advice on … Continue reading
Prostate Cancer Pony Express – September, 2011 For the many of you still following this blog, one quick note: slip on over to Blacktireaffairs.wordpress.com and pick up the thread for the Prostate Cancer Pony Express. The second week of September … Continue reading
Tailwinds at 35,000 Feet I’m in Virginia for a week visiting with family for the holidays and doing some preparation work for our September 2011 ride on Washington, DC for prostate cancer awareness. I flew on Virgin America, my favorite … Continue reading
SPOT Does (Really) Good For those of you who followed me across the US and back last summer, you were viewing the signals from my SPOT Messenger displayed on a Google Map. Well, just recently Time Magazine released its list … Continue reading