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Motorcycling Changed Her Approach to Life

Over time and additional training courses, I gained more skill and confidence. This confidence-building impacted my life in ways I never imagined. My professional life improved and what I had perceived as limitations and roadblocks, I now viewed as tasks to overcome – pushing beyond and exploring new possibilities.

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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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