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A Mile a Minute: Utility
By Stephen Berner
Published in Iron Works Magazine, April 2010
These days with things being what they are and luxury being what it is, I am thinking utility. To that point, I've been churning the manner in which we use and relate to our motorcycles, which if you look at, it in many cases, are luxury items relegated to Sunday duty. In pursuing this line of utilitarian curiosity, I've had dialogue with taste makers, journalists, pundits, commuters, hi-milers and have studied the Aerostich catalog (the bible of motorcycle utility).
Green, Green, It's Green They Say*
Editorial by Jerry C. Smith
One Track Mind: Short Takes
By Mark Tuttle Jr.
Practicing safe fuel conservation.
Ride to Work Day is July 16, 2008
Gouged At The Pump
By Steve Lita, Editor of RoadBike Magazine
What Killed 'Ride To Work' Magazine?
By Maynard Hershon
From Motorcycle Sport & Leisure magazine, November 2007
In bookstores, there is a new kind of magazine focusing on luxury touring by motorcycle. These glossy monthlies showcase routes and destinations for Road King, Gold Wing and K1200LT riders - folks who can afford to travel any way they like but choose to ride. The new magazines aren't much different from other travel publications, except that, they're about motorcycle riding.
From Viewpoint Column by Bill Wood
Gas stop turns into Ride to Work rant
I’m most of the way to work when the amber light starts winking at me from the instrument cluster, saying, “time to get gas… time to get gas” every second or so.
From U.S. Rider News July 2007
THE ROAD LESS TRAVELED
Editorial by Scott Cochran, National Editor
RTW Transcription from Minnesota Motorcycle Monthly July 2006
from The Redneck Files column
RIDE TO WORK
Riding To Work
By James T. Parks
RoadRunner Magazine, September 2006
Motorcycling along my secret back road route to work on a spring morning, I’m completely focused on the ride. With no thought of the challenges waiting at my job, I’m enjoying the fresh scents of budding flowers and some colorful scenery on a two-lane byway curving through an attractive suburban area.