I am a prostate cancer survivor, Class of 2003, retired Army officer, business owner, Senior Fellow at the Center for the Digital Future, Annenberg School, USC, USA Cycling coach, amateur competitive cyclist, Harley Davidson enthusiast, and writer.
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Category Archives: adventure motorcycling
Find Me Spot If you were one of the hundreds of people following my progress across the US, you were following the signals from my Spot Tracker. This was a great little device and I wouldn’t leave home without it … Continue reading
I could not have done the ride without it. But. . . I bought my Zumo 660 from my local Harley-Davidson dealer and had the dealer install and test it. I’m somewhat mechanically included, but not that much. It took … Continue reading
What Worked – and What Didn’t If you are planning any motorcycle touring, you’ll be interested in the gear reviews that I will be posting over the next several weeks (I’m back working so I’ll be writing and posting in … Continue reading
Lost Goldmine and Rattlesnakes My impression of Arizona has always been heat, desert, and dry, hot winds. Phoenix and Arizona have all of those, but also some very beautiful and historic scenery. We started early this morning, 7:00 a.m., and … Continue reading
One Pocket and Nine Ball I’m here in Phoenix for two days with family friends, and John has a wonderful pool table in the family room. We’ve played a few games this evening and I’m sad to report that my … Continue reading
Pierre to Sioux Falls, SD – Lots of Prairie and More Grasshoppers Another long, hot ride across the prairie. The initial portion followed state 34 which runs along the Missouri River. It was very picturesque and perfect riding conditions; not … Continue reading