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The motorcycle sat. At first it was because it was winter. Then it was a career. Then it was family commitment. Truth be told, it was fear.
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Boldness, Bravery, and a Sense of Adventure

My pedal bicycle had just been stolen from where I’d locked it while I was hanging out at a dive bar called the Zeitgeist, where Motorhead was in heavy rotation on the jukebox and MotoGP played Sundays on the TV, so maybe it was meant to be.

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Finding Adventure

By Eva Rupert Event planner, writer, adventure-seeker, and MSF DirtBike School Coach I took my first motorcycle camping trip in New

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The Better You Are, the More Fun It Is

From a very early age, I was always fascinated by anything with wheels, mostly cars. But as I approached my middle teens, I learned that a motorcycle was not only fun, but could be ridden legally at age 15 with a learner’s permit.

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Inspired to Ride: Jets, Movies, and Dad

At some point, I think every rider is asked by someone how they got into riding. My answer lives somewhere between wanting to be a fighter jet pilot and being awestruck by the absolute coolness of the “motorcycles” in the movie “Tron.”

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A Salute to Our RiderCoaches and Our Training Community

The Motorcycle Safety Foundation is celebrating 50 years of rider education and training, which really means celebrating 50 years of RiderCoaches, DirtBike School Coaches, site administrators, program managers — everyone in our training community — who have helped millions of people realize their dreams of two- and three-wheeling.

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Ride to Serve, Serve to Ride

Richard King joined the Marine Corps in the 1970s and became an infantry scout/sniper for a Surveillance and Target Acquisitions unit. He soon found that his love of motorcycling was of use to Uncle Sam, and he was chosen to take the Combat Motorcycle course to become a scout/messenger, which he did during Desert Storm.

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