First I have to apologize for taking so long to recognize a great GWRRA Member Glen Seavy for his hospitality and friendship during our visit to Billings, Montana, back in August 2014. My wife Jeannette and I (her first time traveling on a bike) were traveling from Sturgis, South Dakota, to Montana. Pickings were slim… Gold Book Really Works”>Read more »
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Preparing your motorcycle is one aspect to entering a bike show, but it is also a good idea to know how they judge the motorcycle.
A History of Illinois District Chapter Q Gold Wing Road Riders Association’s Illinois Chapter Q was formed in October 1984. This birth came about after Charles and Nancy Mallett attended a Wing Ding held at the Lake of the Ozarks in Missouri. At Wing Ding, they met one of the founders of GWRRA, Paul Hildebrand…. Read more »
Good times and the Gold Book Twenty-five years ago, Laurie and I, plus John and Linda Laprade, planned a trip for a long weekend to Washington D.C. John reached out via the Gold Book to a fellow GWRRA Member in Baltimore to ask if he would be willing to give us a tour of the… Read more »
I remember our front wheel hitting the back right corner of the trailer ahead of us. The impact snapped the handlebars hard to the left (which was likely when my five rib fractured, bruised the underlying lung and started the collapse of my left lung).
A Day at a GWRRA Trike Class WRRA has long history of providing classes to Members for further education in motorcycle riding and safety. But one class that not everyone is aware of is trike-specific, and on a particularly warm September afternoon in Scottsdale, Ariz., I headed out to see what the word was all… Read more »
“I’m not a watcher,” Mitchell says. “I’m not a couch potato, I’m a participator.”
Now that’s a lot of miles On Friday, May 30, I stopped by Donelson Cycles in St. Ann, Mo., to buy some new summer riding gloves. In the parking lot was a customer’s GL1800. It was readily apparent that the bike gets a lot of use — Iron Butt “1,500 miles in 24 hrs” license… 425k Gold Wing“>Read more »
It’s Your Bike, Customize It. When you own a Gold Wing, you like to dress it up and proudly show it off. In my case, I was handed down my husband’s 1994 GL1500, so I had to change things a bit just to make it mine. I started by having a complete custom console kit… Read more »
“Every decision I’ve made is the right one at the time — no regrets. And I don’t believe in looking back or dwelling in the past.”
Alabama Chapter B – Rocket City Wings – Huntsville, Ala. What does it take to become the International Chapter Of the Year? The vital ingredient is fun. It takes Members having fun, dedication, lots more fun, a little planning, a little more fun and lots of points. When we set our sights on becoming the… International Chapter of the Year“>Read more »