Monthly Archives: June 2020

First multi-day ride of 2020!

And you are invited! If interested in joining in, e-mail me at david@davidpreston.biz East to Tour the Olympic Peninsula – 4 days  (June 26-29) Friday 7am Brekkie and then leave at 8:15am I-405 to I-5 to Smokey Point Rest stop            … Continue reading

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An idea for an advanced degree

An Idea for a Master’s Thesis Or maybe a doctorate – probably in Sociology. It occurred to me several months ago (when wearing a mask for virus protection was still debatable), that my motorcycle friends seemed to all have adopted … Continue reading

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The 2020 Triumph Rocket 3 GT – in the rain

Riding the 2020 Triumph Rocket 3 GT in the rain I live outside of Seattle, Washington, USA. There’s a saying among motorcyclists around here that if you don’t like riding in the rain, you don’t ride.  This is a bit … Continue reading

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East to go West Tour – June 26th – 29th

East to Tour the Olympic Peninsula – 4 days  (June 26-29) Friday 7am Brekkie and then leave at 8:15am I-405 to I-5 to Smokey Point Rest stop            30 miles I-5 to 530 to Arlington to Rockport                   70 miles SR 20 … Continue reading

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Life As A Product Tester

Life As A Product Tester Due to my 53 years of experience riding motorcycles, including the 14 years in the motorcycle business where the job I invented encouraged me to ride every different motorcycle I could (and I took full … Continue reading

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How to Save Harley-Davidson

How to Save Harley-Davidson Harley-Davidson is important to all motorcyclists.  Even if you’ve never owned one, or ridden one, or wanted to do either, H-D is still important.  As the owner of a competing dealership shared with me, the end … Continue reading

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