The author is a cantankerous old fart who detests most things including Dr. Phil, sub-woofers and shopping. He takes pleasure from horrid public behaviour and riding powerful motorcycles in an illegal manner.
It is possible that he still is a Minister of the Mother Earth Church of California if it still exists and if they got over the bounced cheque ordination fee thing. He appeared for a millisecond with his brother in Cronenberg's "The Fly" and also has broken many of the bones in his body.
He was once arrested at the top of the water tower in Sioux Lookout, Ontario by an Ontario Provincial Police sergeant who was afraid of heights.
A hapless and ageing biker decides, with little forethought, to ride his trusty steed from Ottawa Canada to Yellowknife NWT and back.
Yep, 1,000 kilometers per day for 14 days should do it.
Join in the adventure as he slowly starts to unwind and mentally dips back into the drug-addled days of his youth.
On yet another motorcycling misadventure the author decides to pursue the internet legend of an unpoliced and speed limit-less highway in Canada's sub-arctic.
Ride along on powerful and majestic "Connie" as the big guy scares himself witless and somehow becomes stranded amidst black bears and rutting moose.
Is there a happy ending? Did he write this book?
An aging biker-dad is terrified to hear that his teenage daughter has started to date a boy with a motorcycle.
Does he allow her to repeat his idiotic, youthful craziness or does he put his foot down to keep her in a safety cocoon?