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Trackday Diaries: Two wheels good, four wheels probably better.

It was thirty-eight degrees F outside, with a light misting of rain, as I pulled my newly-purchased 1975 Honda CB550 up to the stoplight, next to my ex-wife’s 2012 Edge. My son waved cheerfully from his monstrous child seat. “We only have eighty-two miles left to go,” I shouted through my chinbar, “and I want [...]
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