September 22, 2020

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August, 2020

  • 29 August

    Is A Mazda MX-5 The First Step In Giving Up Riding?

    It’s all my mother’s fault. So what if she’s been dead for 38 years. She passed along her sports car-loving genes, and that’s undoubtably the reason why a used, two-seater Mazda in eye-catching burgundy ended up in my garage late last week, forcing the shifting of my motorcycles into tight …

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  • 28 August

    Laconia Impacted By Fears Stirred By Sturgis Rally

    Attendance at Laconia Motorcycle Week in New Hampshire is down this week, possibly because of the reported spread of COVID-19 by the recent Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. “The Laconia Daily Sun” has the story: By Rick Green, The Laconia Daily Sun LACONIA — Normally, the NASWA Resort, the official hotel of …

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  • 27 August

    Some New, Updated Models In Pipeline for 2021 Season

    The COVID-19 pandemic has certainly put the kibosh on the introduction of new models this year, but with 2021 now in the not-too-distant future, manufacturers are looking ahead to get riders’ blood pumping next year. Some new entries are even arriving sooner. Here are some of the latest reveals: Royal …

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  • Destinations: Owls Head Transportation Museum

    OWLS HEAD, ME – What do three guys who need a place to fly their vintage airplanes do when nearby locations are scarce? They buy a prime piece of land on the Maine coast, build a runway, construct a road into the property, and put up a building to house …

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  • Who Cares If Big League Baseball Ever Returns…

    I grew up loving baseball. Played catch with my dad nearly every summer evening. Played Little League. First base. Worshipped the New York Yankees. Hated the Boston Red Sox.  Vividly remember my first trip to Yankee Stadium, a visit that got locked into family lore. My dad had regaled me …

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