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OCTOBER 2010 NEWSLETTER

  • At Learning Curves: Wanna Stay Young
  • There’s No Together Like Together on a Motorcycle
  • Thank You
  • BIKE TIP: Gel Seat Cushion
  • Plan Ahead: $500 off for next year’s rides!
 

At Learning Curves: Wanna Stay Young

I was reading a biker magazine recently and this information popped out at me. Of course, if it is in print, then it must be true. You can take it for what it is worth.

A recent scientific study conducted by Yamaha and Tohoku University of Japan shows that riding motorcycles helps keep riders young by invigorating their brains.

The driver’s brain gets activated by riding motorbikes, in part, because it requires heightened alertness. In a convenient and easy environment, the human mind and body get used to setting the hurdle bar low. Riding your motorbike, or if you prefer, playing Nintendo, offers great “Brain Training” exercise to help keep our minds young.

I have often wondered why I have aged so gracefully. Now I know it is because I began riding at age 14 just a short 55 years ago.

Laugh out loud. Roy

There’s No Together Like Together on a Motorcycle

As this 2010 riding season comes to a close and I have the blessing and joy of once again having a riding partner at my backside in the passenger seat, I must share this thought that I know I have shared before:

“When we get away on the bike, we really get away.” “Except from each other.”

“The bike changes the whole equation. We’re in the environment, not insulated from it. And we’re in it together.”

“Riding the bike helps us remember all the things that got us together in the first place. It’s kind of hard to explain.”

“It’s more of a relationship thing than a travel thing.” “We just know it works.”

Thank You

Our 2010 Season is concluded and we in the Hammond Family want to thank each of you for your support of Learning Curves in whatever way you were able to do so this past year.

Many of you road with us, or maybe you told a friend about us or maybe you subscribed a friend to our newsletter. It helps us get the word out to what we do and why we do it. Eighty percent of our riders are return riders. We need new people to know about us and ride with us and allow us the privilege of meeting them and serving them. Thank you again.

—Roy and Glenda and the Hammond Family


PLAN AHEAD: Sign up for any 2011 Learning Curves ride before December 31, 2010 and receive a $500 discount!
Choose a 2011 ride now!

Bike Tip:
Seat Cushion

Custom windshields

“The best way to tell how good a seat or seat cushion works is to put it on the bike and ride till it hurts.” So says million-mile-rider David Willet, who recently spent 6,000 of those miles with the Comfort Max Gel Pad.

David’s conclusion: “If you’re riding a bike with a stock seat, adding a Comfort Max Pad should give you a more comfortable ride.” Five sizes, a backrest, and rain covers complete the line. Priced from $54.95 to $124.95.

Resource: American Motorcycle Specialties: 800-710-7237 www.amspecialtiesusa.com

 

Learning Curves founders
Roy & Frances Hammond

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