ROAD TALES by Steve Reed
A Rambling of Motorcycle Stories

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Synopsis

%If you're looking for a book to help you rebuild the brakes on a
1978 Honda CB 750 or adjust the carbs on a 1986 Yamaha Midnight Special,
then this isn't the book for you. But if you are looking for a book that is
an easy read or one that might be a good "rainy night in a motel" book,
you've found it.

Come along and join us as we wander some back roads, meet some
unusual people, dine on some fine home cooking, and discover that
adventure can be found almost anywhere. As you travel along on this
journey, be prepared to shed a tear or two, smile more than once, recall some of your
own "misadventures", and generally have a good time.

"Road Tales" is about the essence of "being there", not the
mechanics or skills of motorcycling. It's about listening to the rain on
your helmet as you're trying to get home. It's about the song in your
heart as you ride that perfect road. It's about the thrills and chills of
being on a motorcycle and wondering what is waiting for you up ahead on the
road. And it's about the smile on your face as you read it.

A former columnist for "Motorcycle Tour and Cruiser" and
"Road Bike" magazines, Steve Reed has logged thousands upon thousands of
miles on various motorcycles. He seems to have a knack to find the
unusual in the usual, the extraordinary in the commonplace, and the magic in
the moment.
 

About Steve Reed

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Conner O'Seanery is a serial liar who has written for publications such as Reader’s Digest. Steve Reed is the founder of Suspended Studios, an illustration company. He lives in Corpus Christi, Texas.
 
Published December 22, 2008 by iUniverse. 136 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Crime. Fiction

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