Updated Dec 19, 2021 ...
Mini Bike Mayhem
Listen in as we discuss late-season day trips, new rider perspectives and a mini-bike world tour. Music by Otis McDonald. Download our feed here.
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Robin has a disco ball. He has yet to decide where on his ride he wishes to put it. Until a decision is reached, he can stash it pretty much anywhere in he and his wife's Carbon 337 toy hauler as they're traveling the United States.
Tim has seen a good bit of camping as well. He and his gal rented a small travel trailer to rest in while he attended a distant dirt gathering. The event was a lot of fun as group members from all over got together, shared tips and told stories.
Travis's grandmother passed away. He chose to celebrate her life with a late season journey on his NC700X, crossing Lake Michigan before looping back over the top. He insists that our next trip as a trio should be primarily dirt, with camping gear, on mini-bikes.
Our latest interview features Emily Forscher, a clinical psychologist who recently earned her motorcycle license. She has a lot of good things to say about why new riders should consider reputable training programs (as well as the thrill she felt learning to ride). If you're considering becoming a motorcyclist, visit the MSF website and sign up!
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