This book is equal parts true grit, road grit, and grits and gravy. Consume and enjoy!
Ever been out of gas on a lonely country road? Ever seen a Rocky Mountain sunrise through the spokes of a bike?
Ever had to depend on your own skill and determination just to get from here to there?
Both hilarious and insightful, this collection of one-liners relates not only to motorcycling but more broadly to life. It represents a philosophy that will be instantly recognizable whether or not you ride a motorcycle.
A few bikerisms:
Two-lane blacktop isn't a highway--it's an attitude.
Whatever it is, it's better done in the wind.
Bikes don't leak, they mark their territory.
The twisties--not the superslabs--separate the bikers from the squids.