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Old or unsuitable motorbikes, distant places, poor weather, and gravel roads, these are the common threads in Nick’s motorcycle travels. He’d been hoping to ride out west a couple of years ago until a little heart trouble intervened. Two years later, a short "shake-down" trip morphed into a 9000 mile journey across the continent. Trouble free? Not exactly. Riding a 1972 Moto Guzzi Eldorado, a Suzuki Burgman Scooter, and a 1976 Moto Guzzi Convert (automatic), and ever optimistic, Nick heads for the Canada’s distant horizons, encountering friendly, generous people, wildlife, bike troubles, and inclement weather along the way.

©2019 Nicholas R. Adams (P)2020 Nicholas R. Adams

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  • Kim H Harry
  • 24-06-2021

Moto Guzzi gold. Motorcycle dreams.

Risky solo travel on remote roads. If you breakdown what can you do? Clear your head with a ride in the deep, northlands. I drive a lot for work. I like to ride also. I’ve listened to this book twice already. Understated first hand narration without hyperbole.

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