Just Cruzin' - Douglas Miller - Livros - Strategic Book Publishing & Rights Agenc - 9781625168955 - 7 de janeiro de 2013
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Just Cruzin'

Douglas Miller

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Just Cruzin'

Just Cruizin' is the true story of my two-month, 16,246-mile transcontinental motorcycle ride. From my home in Southwest Michigan, I first rode south to Key West Florida... my southernmost starting point. From there, I began a journey that took me through New Orleans and west to tour Big Bend National Park on the Rio Grande in Texas. Riding north through El Paso, I intersected with the Continental Divide in New Mexico and crisscrossed it through the Rocky Mountain range across the Canadian border. The awe-inspiring Canadian Rockies were a treat to behold as I continued north. I rode the entire length of the Alaska Highway, from Dawson Creek, British Columbia, through the Yukon to Fairbanks. During the return trip through the most remote areas of the far northwestern wilderness of British Columbia, I was plagued by mechanical difficulties. A weekend visit with friends near Edmonton, Alberta, provided me with the repairs required to complete my goal, culminating at the Black Hills Motorcycle Rally in Sturgis, South Dakota. This was a monumental project that was years in the planning. I endured vast climate changes, encountered wild animals, mechanical failures, and narrowly escaped death on the highways of North America. This is a day-by-day account of my ultimate motorcycle ride of a lifetime. Publisher's website: http://sbprabooks.com/DouglasAMiller


138 pages

Mídia Livros     Paperback Book   (Livro de capa flexível e brochura)
Lançado 7 de janeiro de 2013
ISBN13 9781625168955
Editoras Strategic Book Publishing & Rights Agenc
Páginas 138
Dimensões 266 × 207 × 6 mm   ·   216 g
Idioma English  

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