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Motorcycling Stories

SKU: 5839

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A lifetime of great adventure rides and motorcycling experiences: old roads, far places, long trips, incredible conditions, and arduous circumstances and setbacks. Everything is recounted sorta like those stories your uncle may have told you at a hunting shack when you were a kid, or after you were done skiing somewhere, sitting in a cozy lodge after the sun has set and the fireplace is crackling and you’ve got a drink in your hand. You could read this right there and it would take you away, along those wonderful old roads. Written like a diary. By Piet Boonstra. Softbound, 5.25"×8.25", 272 pp., no illus.

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A curious book. You may ...Review by tim ferrell
A curious book. You may find yourself thinking it lacks any useful information, but you keep going to the map to see if you can follow his routes. Author likes fast food - who'd a thunk it? Very economical edition, but few typos. Made me want to meet the guy. Quirky, but I couldn't put it down. (Posted on 7/29/08)

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On Piet Boonstra

Right now I'm in the Las Vegas Airport waiting for a flight to Monterrey, via San Francisco.  $208.  Yesterday the forecast for my planned route to SF was so lousy (temps in the thirties to low fifties, and rain + snow above 500' for much of the 550 mile distance) that this morning I put the motorcycle on a friend’s trailer headed to Monterrey. And decided to fly. I'll meet the bike at noon, and then ride about 120 (?) miles to my next overnight stop, near SF...Continue