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Wendy In Motion
Robin is New Mexico carving the curves of the lovely 152 and treacherous 52/59. Tim bought a tidy really expensive garage for his motorcycles that came with a house. Travis is punk rockin' the virtual realm (but made time for an oil change).
Our interview is with the one and only Wendy Naessens, better known as "Wendy In Motion". Her early beginnings in the Chicago vintage motorcycle scene have expanded greatly, earning her multiple titles and responsibilities within the BMW training market. It's been a while since we've crossed paths, so we took the opportunity to chat her up.
Listener questions delve into the awkward platform that is basecamp route planning software. Tim swears by it. Robin says it's dated. Travis ... doesn't care. Fortunately, the discussion finds its own relevant conclusions.
Announce, Acknowledge & Correct
The one and only Matt Berry out of Eastern Wisconsin made it known that for our "Monty Hall" episode, we should have picked three bikes per individual for each other, without any option to choose our own.
Ask anyone in the Chicago Vintage Motorcycle collective if they know Wendy Naessens and you might get mixed results. Ask the same question about "Wendy In Motion" and smiles will shine with confirmation. Wendy is a proud BMW owner, MotoRad instructor and MOA Ambassador who's furthering her career within the brand all while projecting a strong female presence in motorcycling.
Did We Miss Sump'm?
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