Round Rock, TXUSA
Hometown: Reading, PA
October 19, 2006
In the club since 2006 when we only had 100 members. Times have changed and cheers to Gregg!
I have owned/ridden all types of bikes over the years - from Honda CBX 6 cylinders to Silverwing and GoldWing. Just traded my 15 year old ACE on a 2011 Can Am Spyder. Love her so much - named her Bella. Just completed 6700 mile trip on 2013 Can Am RT Limited. Yes, Bella is still in the garage.
Started out 20 years ago with the beginner's MSF and then later took the Advanced Rider's MSF course on my Harley Sportster with a bunch of motorcycle cops back in PA.
A group that shares the love and brotherhood of motorcycling and not just the brand. Everyone is welcome in this group and I missed you guys when I moved to Florida last year!
It's like family without the dysfunction!
Hi Joan i grew up in western PA by the Ohio line but i been to reading i worked in Allentown for awhile in 2003 its pretty country you have a friend from Pa by the way Joan is my mothers name.
Hi Joan, welcome to TTT! Come ride with us when you can and as often as you can.
Wlecome here Joan, hope to ride with you again.
Hope you have a great ride tomorrow, I so wanted to go but have to be at a baby shower in Llano tomorrow…sheesh! I also fell down the stairs so my sacrum probably wouldn't be able to handle the ride.
I look fwd to seeing you next week at the movies
Welcome to the group Joan.
Hi Joan, welcome to our meetup. Look forward to riding with ya real soon. Please join us at a chapter meeting some time. Blessings, Don Potter
Joan it was nice to meet you today. Hope to do some more riding with you some time.
Oh No worries! There is always next time! Happy Trails to you!
Yes, very excited to get in those hills this weekend and have some great rides and good times! Florida just won't be the same. Have a good weekend too!
Joan, you are very welcome. If I can make a couple of suggestions... Get a .22 cal semi auto (rent, borrow, or buy) and use that to learn shooting basics. Hand hold, sight alignment and picture, breathing control, and trigger control are all the same regardless of gun caliber. Just like learning to ride a motorcycle, start with a small non-intimidating gun to learn the basics, and then apply the basics to the larger caliber firearm... Plus a .22 is MUCH cheaper to shoot so you can shoot more...