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The Road to Missanabie

And Other Motorcycle Road Tales
Written by: Nick Adams
Narrated by: Nick Adams
Length: 4 hrs and 21 mins
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The Road to Missanabie is Nick Adams' second collection of motorcycling road tales. Join Nick as he heads for the horizon in northern Quebec and northern Ontario on his old Moto Guzzi bikes, enjoying the vastness of the northern forests, the quiet of northern lakes, and the generous and friendly company of the people he meets. Things don't always go according to plan, but unexpected hiccups and delays along the way just add to the adventure. If you enjoy hearing about motorcycle travel, old motorbikes, and the wilderness you're sure to enjoy this.  

Chapters include: The Road to Missanabie, The North Road, Quebec, Local Rides, Italian Electrics, Return to the North Road, 1863 BC, The Compass Challenge, The Full Quota, The Little White River, and Why Moto Guzzi?

©2017 Nicholas R Adams (P)2020 Nicholas R Adams

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just another great read by Nick Adams

I've listened and read most of Nicks books and I have nothing more to say than you will not be disappointed. If you are an average kind of Rider like I am and the snow is flying, Nick can just put you back in the saddle with his words.

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  • grego
  • 2020-09-29

aa I don't know about this one

Seams as if Motto Guzzi is a bread of its own and attracts certain people just like Harleys, BMW etc. if you looking for any masculinity skip this one . This guy can go for two pages describing striping a wire as a gentle breeze was caressing his hair sort of speak.