Ride Reports and Pictures
I truly enjoy long motorcycle road trips, averaging over 20k miles annually. I have completed an "official" Iron Butt Association Saddle Sore 1000 and done some unofficial ones as well. Here are some of the more memorable rides and a few  pictures:

In June, 2003 I headed for Western New York to join several members of the Motorcycle Tourers Forum for the Great White North '03 Tour, a ride around Lake Superior. On the way I stopped off at the AMA Museum in Columbus and rode some great backroads from there through Pennsylvania and Western New York State to Niagara Falls, where the GWN was to begin.  From the Falls to Tobermory and the ferry to Manitoulin Island, then Sault Ste. Marie, WaWa, Thunder Bay, Duluth and across the Upper Peninsula to Mackinaw City, Michigan. From there, we headed our separate ways. The weather, scenery and the fellowship was fantastic. Click here for a few pictures from the ride.
After Labor Day, 2003 I headed west to follow the route of Lewis & Clark to Missoula, MT. Hit heavy rain from Nashville to Paducah, but for the rest of the trip it was not a factor. After crossing the Mississippi at Alton, IL and riding through St. Charles I followed the Missouri to its confluence with the Yellowstone. We met up again in Great Falls and travelled together to Three Forks, where I followed the Madison and the Bitteroot toward Lost Trail Pass and north toward Missoula. I then turned south, followed the Salmon into Idaho, through Salt Lake City to Eagle, CO via Flaming Gorge. Check out spme of the trip photos here.
Hosted by www.Geocities.ws