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Even then, it was a dream to ride a motorcycle

I was around in some old photo recently, and came across picture, which is me on my very motorcycle ride…

The picture was around 1970, most on a family trip to the Sandy boardwalk (the same one was destroyed in Hurricane Sandy fall.) As far as I can tell, this was my experience riding a motorcycle. The is unfortunate (a DIY bowl cut courtesy of my The sweater isn’t the most one out there, but it was lovingly hand-knitted by my . who was ALWAYS knitting.

I was fascinated with motorcycles the beginning. I remember gazing out the of my grade school in third and seeing a rider go by on a Honda CB I remember thinking, “When I’m a that’ll be me.”

Several later my father bought me a bike with a Tecumseh engine. I had a blast running thing through the woods my house. That was my first experience on a two-wheeled machine a real engine.

My next ride was a Puch moped that I bought a classmate in high school for That machine gave me my I rode it all over northern New visiting friends who lived in like Teaneck and Nutley, I a way to the Willowbrook Mall from my in Clifton without using any

I logged thousands of miles on it.

the day that a 1980′s version of a mom made a left turn in of me on Grove Street in Montclair. I into the front right of her car, went face into her windshield, flew the air somersault-style and landed on my back in the beside the road. I immediately up and shouted, “MY MOPED. ” and tried to run to it until some others who on the scene convinced me to lie back

The rest was a blur. My guardian must have been over me that day, my only injuries were a on my shin where my leg hit the kickstand, and a zit on my forehead right at the point of between my forehead and the windshield. No

I walked out of the hospital that was sore for a few days, and generally got to life without incident. But without my moped.

It would be 30 years before my next when at age 42 I got a divorce, my M-class and a 2008 Triumph America .

Me and my Just posing on the first I owned my America. No, we did not go riding protective gear!

Since that time, has been my passion.I can’t life without motorcycles and I remember how I went from age 16 to age 42 one in my life.  I’m currently to get through a cold winter motorcycles wintering in my foyer. But is just a few weeks away, and I very soon on a warmish next month I’ll be them back outside and them up.

Hope to see you on the road

The America and the V-Strom, keepin’ it and cooling their heels in the until that first weekend in March.

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