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MARCH 2009 NEWSLETTER

  • Our Next Ride: The Grand Circle Adventure
  • Closing Thought: Canadian Rockies
  • BIKE TIP: Bandana Roadside Assistance
  • March Special: $400 Spring Discount
 

Learning Curves Touches Your Senses

We love to ride! Riding is one time we can be together and be apart from the busyness of the world. We average about 12,000 miles per year on a Harley Davidson motorcycle.

Every locale, every season and each time of the day has its own distinct character and appeal. Riding in the open air touches all the senses. No sensory experience is left out. The memories created by your sense of smell can be amazing!

As I think back on the rides in 2008, I have an immediate minute vacation attached to certain moments and circumstances. Freshly cut hay, mountain cedars, the scent of an approaching storm, flowering plants, the aroma of rain on sagebrush, and of course, the skunks and road kill. The list could go on and on, and so do the memories.

Come, join us soon and create your own aromatic memories.

Spring Break-Away: The Grand Circle Adventure

What a great way to start a great summer of riding! May 20-23. We gather on Wednesday afternoon at the magnificent Ritz Carlton Lake Las Vegas, meeting and greeting at our kick-off with introductions, dinner and our first CE session.

On Thursday we follow the shore line of Lake Mead, enjoying Lake Mead National Recreation Area, and on into St. George, Utah for lunch. Arriving in Springdale, the entrance of Zion National Park, in the afternoon, we have time for a bus tour of Zion Park, completing our first full day of riding with CE, dinner and fellowship.

Friday, we ride through Zion Park, exit into Kanab, Utah and head south for the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. We traverse the one of a kind Kaibab Forest, enjoying the pine, meadows and remaining snow as we head for our lunch stop at the North Rim. Following our lunch, at 8,000 ft., we head south through the Vermillion Cliffs, Marble Canyon and Lees Ferry (3,000 ft.). Passing by the well-known Glen Canyon Dam and Lake Powell, we ride back into Kanab for our CE, dinner rest and networking.

Saturday takes us north to Bryce Canyon National Park and its unique sandstone formations found nowhere else in the world. Lunch again at the famous Ruby's Inn, and we head back to Lake Las Vegas through Cedar Breaks National Monument, Cedar City and St. George. The Ritz Carlton is again our place for our farewell dinner and CE.

All this plus 10 hours of CE credit and new friends for a lifetime! Register Now!

Closing Thought: International Ride

Now is the time to plan for our international ride in June from Provo, Utah, to the Land of the Midnight Sun. Our 3000 mile adventure over 10 days takes us all the way to Jasper National Park in northern Alberta and back to Utah through the magnificent Rockies of the western US and Canada. JUST DO IT! You won't regret the decision.

You will be riding your Harley through some of the most unbelievable scenery on the continent. Of the 3000 miles we ride, only about 200 miles are on the interstate. The rest of the time your are riding along the scenic highways an byways, so designated because of their beauty.

Call Roy on his cell 801-376-4360 for more details. A more detailed ride description will be in our April newsletter, so watch for that. As with all our rides, space is limited. Only 7 6 spots left!

Learn more about our Canadian Rockies ride on our website.


MARCH SPECIAL: Register Before April 1st for Any 2009 Ride and Receive a $400 Courtesy Discount on Tuition! Register Now!

Bike Tip:
USE A BANDANA FOR A SIGNAL

"I learned this cool tip only about a year ago. I hope you don't have to use it soon, but someday you may want to pull it out of your bag of tricks.

"If something happens to your bike, and you need assistance: pull to the right side of the road and tie a bandana (every real biker has one) to your left mirror or hand grip. This will alert passing bikers of your plight. Be sure to pull over and offer help if you should see a bike on the side of the road displaying this distress signal. Ride safe, and keep the rubber side down." —Roy

 

Learning Curves founders
Roy & Frances Hammond

As always, we're happy to answer any questions you may have, so give us a call!
1.866.714.7474


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