Updated Dec 18, 2021 ...
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Robin's been working diligently to perfect the route and accommodations for our upcoming Fall guided tour. Seven people will ride through seven states over the course of seven days! Join us and see the fall leaves of southern Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia and Ohio.
Travis is able to smile again, especially now that he's the proud owner of a new-old-stock Honda NC700X. This also means he's looking to unload two of his other bikes, namely a 1990 Honda CB1000 and a 2005 Suzuki DRZ. In his own words, "that DRZ will make you into a bad person."
Kurtis Minder started GroupSense from a seat in his favorite Washington, D.C. coffee shop. Now boasting twenty employees and counting, he and newly christened rider Brandon Wood are riding to Las Vegas. Their plan: to help others in the programming industry fight off malicious (and sometimes vehicle-specific) computer hacks. BMW motorcycles are some of the most advanced in the world, giving them a larger "attack surface" overall. We're grateful to Kurtis for carving a detour to Chicago so that he could talk with us and tell you all about it!
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