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January with Fast Lane Biker

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Merge It or Park It

All Rights Reserved © 2017 Thomas W. Day A big cruiser (a full bagger with a reasonably geared-up rider) and a semi loaded with turf approach a T-intersection from opposite directions. The cruiser is making an easy right into the … Continue reading

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Way Better than Potato-Potato

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Until You Can Ride, I Don’t Care What You Think

All Rights Reserved © 2017 Thomas W. Day Designed by New Mexico artist, Jeff Ducatt, the tie-dye GWAG shirt sets a new standard for “HiViz.” This essay title is one of the crafty sayings on the GwAG tee-shirts. In fact, … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Art of Racing in the Rain

I am a habitual reader, a speed reader, and I make up my mind about books fairly quickly in the early pages. Sometimes, when a book appears to have some value but the scene and character-building activity bores me, I … Continue reading

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Group Posing

All Rights Reserved © 2017 Thomas W. Day An early June Sunday morning, my spouse decided we needed to take a drive to River Falls, via back, Wisconsin highway patrol-free roads. We have a leisurely route, after escaping WI 35 … Continue reading

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Fast Lane Biker Magazine – December

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Hardly Riders and Laugh In

More Hardly riders doing the Laugh In tricycle bit. “I hit that hole in the road,” sort of like “I had to put ‘er down.” It always means, “I screwed up and fell over totally out of incompetence.”

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Are You Invisible?

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What Did You Think Was Gonna Happen?

Every weekend, I’m treated to parades of unskilled, noisy bikers wobbling through our small tourist town. Typically, 4-to-20-some bikers will ride, in staggered formation no more than 20’ apart, at 50+mph into town, often rolling through stop lights and signs … Continue reading

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