THANKS — for reading my viewpoints, experiences on ride’n, wrench’n, and “repair’n” motorcycles. This blog is about riders, rides, riding, and motorcycle news & trends across the U.S. and specific information relevant to the Pacific Northwest. I’m not a hipster, an academic or a socialite. I am a negative scanning optimist, which I realize is a contradiction of terms, but in the end I seem to reconcile it all just fine. — Mac
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