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Eldorado to the Klondike: Riding Inappropriate Motorcycles to Out-of-the-Way Places

Written by: Nick Adams
Narrated by: Nick Adams
Length: 3 hrs and 42 mins
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Old or unsuitable motorbikes, distant places, poor weather, and gravel roads, these are the common threads in Nick’s motorcycle travels. He’d been hoping to ride out west a couple of years ago until a little heart trouble intervened. Two years later, a short "shake-down" trip morphed into a 9000 mile journey across the continent. Trouble free? Not exactly. Riding a 1972 Moto Guzzi Eldorado, a Suzuki Burgman Scooter, and a 1976 Moto Guzzi Convert (automatic), and ever optimistic, Nick heads for the Canada’s distant horizons, encountering friendly, generous people, wildlife, bike troubles, and inclement weather along the way.

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a well-written well read audiobook by Nick Adams.

I absolutely love this kind of book read by the author. Nick is able to make any old bike trip enjoyable to tag along. he represents doable things in the motorcycle world and try to Buck all the fancy trends. Kudos on this book

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How motorcycle travel stories should be told.

I Love Nick's motorcycle stories. they include all the elements that riders care about hearing.. The route, scenery, problems with the bike and how Nick fixes them, friends made and people met. The distances travelled and how he feels. Accommodations either motel or camping. Great stuff Nick may your old bikes keep bringing you adventures and please keep sharing them!! Dave R1200GSA rider