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Author Archives: Worth Cadenhead

Worth, a military veteran and father of two, has been riding for twenty six years. He's owned at least two of each of the Japanese brands, as well as a Harley Davidson, and considers himself dedicated to riding, not to any brand or style of bike, having ridden hundreds of thousands of miles across sixteen states, D.C., and Mexico. He has belonged to a large Motorcycle Club for over twenty years, and has recently turned his internal musings into blogging and contributing to this site.

Review of Life, America and the Road by Jefe Smith

Winding River Road

Jefe Smith has been all over the press lately. He's shared motorcycle road stories from Death Valley, Winslow Meteor Crater, Navajo Canyon de Chelley, Carlsbad Caverns and New Mexico. Needless to say Jefe rides a little bit. He also writes quite a bit. He does combine both of his hobbies exceptionally well in his first book Life, America and the Road which Worth Cadenhead reviews.

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How to Buy and Care for Your Motorcycle Helmet

How to Care for Your Helmet

I’ve read a lot online lately about protective gear for motorcycle riders, and I’ve even written on the topic myself. But even if you forgo the benefits of jackets, gloves and boots, once you get right down to it, the single most important piece of gear is probably the most controversial: the helmet. Whole forests have been cleared just to provide the volume of paper it’s taken to write the many arguments both in favor of and in opposition to helmet laws. My purpose isn’t to debate helmet laws, though. I’m more concerned about the proper usage and care of them.

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