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Motorcycle Training in the DC Area – How to Get Started

January 5, 2009 by · 2 Comments 

My wife provided the inspiration to realize my childhood dream of riding. Friends provided guidance about starting with used bikes. And eBay provided a ample supply of bikes of all shapes, sizes, ages, and costs.

But all of that still left me with the fundamental dilemma, how do I get a motorcycle license with no experience, and how do I get experience on the road with no license? How do I even get the bike home, after buying it!?

The answer for the Northern Virginia area seemed to be Virginia’s Rider Training Program.  For those who have driven around this area on the weekends during the spring and summer, you’ve probably seen them: lines of motorcycle riders moving slowly through bright orange cones in the college parking lots.

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Chef Motorcycle Riders Raise More Than $40,000 to Fight Childhood Hunger

July 3, 2008 by · Comments Off on Chef Motorcycle Riders Raise More Than $40,000 to Fight Childhood Hunger 

Washington, DC (PRWEB ) July 1, 2008 -– On Tuesday, June 24, more than 70 top chefs and culinary professionals from the Washington, D.C. area and the Mid-Atlantic region traded in their toques for motorcycle helmets for the fifth annual Share Our Strength’s Chefs on Bikes presented by Fortessa, Inc. This 100-mile-plus ride raised more than $40,000 for Share Our Strength, an organization working to make sure no kid in America grows up hungry.

“With a backdrop of a tough economy – increasing gas, food and utility prices – Chefs on Bikes reminds us that it only takes a few motivated people with a great idea to make a difference in this world,” said Debbie Shore, co-founder of Share Our Strength. “What began five years ago as a handful a chefs enjoying motorcycle rides to the Virginia countryside is now a favorite fundraising event, helping us to end childhood hunger in America.”

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