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Give me one good reason not to go to Las Vegas ! You won’t find one !

Just about everyone wants to set foot at least once in this city of vice, gambling, sex and rock n’ roll located in the desert in a always superb climate. Treat yourself ! In Vegas, anything goes... almost. You’ll find anything you could possibly want in the city that never sleeps.

Also for us motorcycle enthusiasts Las Vegas is a great place to ride. Just outside the rush of the city the highways and secondary roads are spotless and quiet. Nevada and the neighbouring states provide breathtaking natural scenery whether you visit the Zion National Park with its rock mountains or the Valley of Fire with its sand and red stones. You can also admire man’s fine work by going to Lake Mead to see Hoover Dam. Don’t forget Route 66 or to visit the majestic Grand Canyon. This part of the country is a great place to ride : The scenery is reminiscent of the time when motorcycles replaced horses.

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Sturgis 2011

Sturgis 2011

By Geneviève Boutin

In 2010 our friends Denis and Chantal invited us to take part in the ride to the Sturgis Rally. This invitation told us to forget about any other ride we ever took for this one was to be extraordinary. As the fateful date approached preparations were well underway. I was very excited by the scope of this ride which would take us about 7 500 km from Montreal, Quebec to Sturgis, South Dakota. This would be only the second time I had experienced riding in a big pack.

The thirty-bike run required quite an amount of planning. The itinerary had to take into account the number of bikes involved and twice the amount of mouths to feed because with fifty people participating there wasn’t time to dine at restaurants. For that reason a truck and trailer would follow us with all the necessary equipment to prepare food on site. With more than 750 km to ride every day the weather really had to be on our side. Luckily we only encountered a couple of storms that were history after a few kilometers. So we rode with the least amount of time lost as possible in order to reach our daily planned destination before sunset.




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