Hits: 2The 360Bikers Big Ride Tours are divided into days with specific guidelines for miles and hours. Sometimes, I have to plan higher than the guidelines in order to reach safe destinations. Many of my rides now have flexible planning built in because of their size. A perfect example is the 2019 Ultimate Big Ride […]

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Hits: 6I plan ahead. I believe that if you plan to succeed, you must have a plan, to succeed. OK, Ben Franklin said that, but I internalize it. I feel that spontaneity works out best if it is well planned. But don’t confuse a good plan with something that takes a lot of time. I’ve […]

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Hits: 4Yeah, all I talk about these days is the 2019 360Bikers Ultimate Big Ride. You’d understand if you spent the last three years planning it, looking at each state, each route, each stop. A 40+ day trip going to or through all lower 48 states and DC can’t help but be spectacular. There’s something […]

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Hits: 3As we approach deadlines for the 360Bikers Ultimate Big Ride, the one visiting all 48 lower-states and DC, I start thinking about blog entries here. It is my intent to write a little about each day as we travel across the country. I am sooo looking forward to this adventure. I have a few […]

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Hits: 11If you know me, you know I’m not the typical, local, ride-down-the-street kind of rider.  Yes, I do those rides, but my focus has always been on planning extensive rides with a lot of curves and/or scenery.  I am currently in the process of completing over three years of planning on my Ultimate Big […]

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Hits: 13This should be a no-brainer, but for many riders the cellphone has become an integral part of our lives.  Making this choice really falls into several categories of both riders and ride-types.  For some, the cell phone is all you’ll ever need.  In that event, you’d be foolish to invest in a GPS.  Many […]

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