Tales, Tall or Otherwise
All of us like to read a good story from time to time.
The Tales page is here for you to tell yours. Fact or fiction,
it doesn't matter, just so it is interesting, in reasonably good
taste, and maybe involves motorcycling in some way.
Keeping your riding skills fresh and current is always important. Tom Lange relates his
experiences at Jim Ford's 2012 Rider Workshop.
Don P. returns with his tale about meeting riders on their way to the
Harley Davidson 100th Anniversary celebration
in Milwaukee. Vroom, blatt, blatt.
My First Ride.
Debbie Andrews is an aspiring writer who was coerced into taking a ride on the back
of a relative's big motorcycle. Maybe next month she will be driving one...
Don Poremski is back with
which amounts to a rant, but that's ok because it is a very important subject.
Be sure to read.
Resistance is Futile!.
You will attend the next rally.
Here's one about Down Under Motorcycling.
Dick and Nancy Fry did a tour of New Zealand. You will find out it is a trip
worthy of your considerations. It's a lengthy story you'll enjoy, and we just
wish we could show the several hours of videos, too.
Sometimes just riding home from a regular weekend rally can
be the most fun. Be sure to read
The Return Ticket.
The Daves are back. Here's a trip to another rally we'll call
The Three Daves II.
Remember The Three Amigos? The Finger Lakes Club has
The Three Daves, and this story is
about one of their trips. (Keystone Kops comes to mind <g>.)
More tales to follow...
Anyone who wishes to submit a tale may
email the document
to us, preferably in plain text or RTF
format. Please format it the best you can and we will follow your guide to
create a web page from it. Check your word processor Help file for instructions
on how to save as plain text or Rich Text Format. Thanks.