Robert H. Miller
Thirty-six years as a licensed motorcycle operator - thirty-four years and 235,000 miles accident-free(except for one not-at-fault occurrence). Completion of Motorcycle Safety Foundation Beginner and Advanced Rider Courses and Keith Code's Superbike School.
Thirty-nine years as an off-road rider.
A.A.S. - Mechanical Engineering with over 25 years professional mechanical experience, first-aid, life-saving and CPR training.
Road Riding - Thirty-seven of 48 contiguous states with extensive knowledge of the Mid-Atlantic, New England, and Southeastern states. Five Canadian provinces, Isle of Man, Scotland, England, Wales, Ireland, Spain and Portugal.
Off-Pavement Riding - Mid-Atlantic States, Massachusetts, Vermont, and Tennessee. George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Monongehela, Wayne and Allegheny National Forests. Ten Pennsylvania State Forests.
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Motorcycle Road Trips (Vol 10) Hits or Misses - The Rejected Ramblings Of A Roads Scholar (SWE)
These articles span the globe - well the western world anyway. From across North America, east, west, north, and south, across the pond to the Isle of Man, and across the English Channel to Spain, Portugal, and Holland, these offerings taken as whole, are a good start to a worldwide adventure tour. Get packing!
Motorcycle Road Trips (Vol. 5) Motorcycle Humor - Are You A Real Motorcyclist? (SWE)
The following seven magazine articles from the Motorcycle Humor - You Might Be A Real Motorcyclist If ... CD are humorous looks at motorcyclists compiled from thirty-seven years and 200,000 miles of road riding, seventeen years and 43,000 miles of dual sport riding, and ten years of East Coast Enduro Association competition.
Find out if you're a "real" motorcyclist.
Motorcycle Road Trips (Vol. 3) - Turbo Chronicles 137,000 Miles With A Yamaha Turbo
Eighteen published magazine articles gleaned from 25 years and 137,000 miles of Yamaha Turbo ownership. Installing a K&N air filter, following Team Turbo, meeting other clubs' members, reviewing all the Turbos, attending Turbo Rallies, revealing dyno truths, and sharing what's been learned from many years and even more miles of turbo ownership are just some of the subjects covered.
Motorcycle Road Trips (Vol. 1) - Cruisin' America
Fifteen published magazine articles from the Backroad Bob's Motorcycle Adventures - Road Trips CD.
Examine the best two lane roads along a dozen or so road trips covering a few ten thousand miles -the trips that make you want to turn around and ride them again and again.
These articles reveal the best road trips from East to West and North to South and the reasons to ride each one.
Motorcycle Road Trips (Vol. 14) - Roads & Road Houses: Ride to Eat, Eat to Ride
Twenty-one published magazine articles from the Backroad Bob's Motorcycle Adventures - Roads & Road Houses CD.
Roads - Eight articles covering some of the mid-Atlantic's best routes for corner carvers needing a twisty road fix to satisfy their addiction.
Road Houses - Thirteen articles to make you grab your map and look for a route that links them into one Tour de Gastronomy.
Motorcycle Road Trips (Vol. 4) - GPs &MotoGPs, England, Ireland, & the Isle of Man
Eighteen published magazine articles from the Backroad Bob's Motorcycle Adventures - GPs, MotoGPs, England, Ireland, & The Isle Of Man CD.
GPs & MotoGPs - Get the GP and MotoGP experience.
England & Ireland -
A visit to Britain's National Motorcycle Museum and then to the land of Guinness, Gaelic, and Green.
Isle Of Man -
You've heard about it, but it won't last forever.
Motorcycle Dual Sporting (Vol. 1) - Dual Sporting Pennsylvania and Beyond
Twenty-five published magazine articles from the Backroad Bob's Motorcycle Adventures - Dual Sporting Pennsylvania and Dual Sporting Beyond Pennsylvania CDs begin with five stories compiled after fifteen years and tens of thousands of miles riding through Pennsylvania’s state forests. The remaining twenty articles are a compilation of stories from national dual sport events.
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