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Molded on a Motorcycle: A Rider’s Journey

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Through fascinating stories from a lifetime on the road, through a descriptive narrative that bridges across three generations of father and son riders, Wes Stephenson instills a sense of “being there”, crossing the continent in the saddle of a motorcycle or sitting around a campfire swapping tall tales with larger-than-life characters that add to the richness of life.

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A ten-day challenge—just 240 hours allotted for riding their motorcycles through each of the 48 contiguous U.S. states.

Through fascinating stories from a lifetime on the road, through a descriptive narrative that bridges across three generations of father and son riders, Wes Stephenson instills a sense of “being there”, crossing the continent in the saddle of a motorcycle or sitting around a campfire swapping tall tales with larger-than-life characters that add to the richness of life. Some accounts bring laughter; others elicit tears. This book centers on the bonds between fathers and sons while speaking to the dogged pursuit of life-goals and to the value of leaving your cottage to take in the world. And perhaps, on that journey, making rendezvous with Heaven itself.

Wes Stephenson has swallowed more bugs than a swamp full of Louisiana bullfrogs, though, in his case, the ingestion was unintentional. After a lifetime on two wheels, with long-distance motorcycle riding being a primary interest, Wes’s journeys have taken him to four continents and to every contiguous U.S. state to make rendezvous with more than just the occasional flying insects. Larger-than-life characters and unexpected encounters on the road feed into tales that are often humorous, sometimes hair-raising, and always quite entertaining.

A second-generation rider whose parents likewise explored North America from the saddle of their Harley in the 1950s, Wes has continued the tradition with his own children and grandchildren, who accompany him on rides across the countryside and campouts under the stars.

Wes has called many parts of the globe his home, including Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, South Africa, and seven U.S. states. His career in the automotive world has taken him from the grease racks of the service bays to a seat in the boardrooms of major national service chains.

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