BROKEN BONES & KAMIKAZE RABBITS

An Epic Alaska Motorcycle Adventure

 

Six wheels.  Three men.  One quest.

Three strangers meet on the Internet and without even a single phone call among them before departing, the trio decides to embark on a ten thousand mile adventure to Alaska together. Over the course of the journey, they encounter extreme weather, exploding rabbits, a life-changing motorcycle accident, secret fanatical obsessions, the results of very bad decisions, impossible to describe scenery and unbelievable memories.

Through the thousands of miles together, riding in torrential rains and sliding around in wheel-burying mud bogs that were once roads, the trio do whatever is required to ride the endless hours. Each finds their own way to waken out of their sleep every morning; simply to repeat it all over again once more.

It started as a trip and became an epic, once in a lifetime adventure.

The trio finds that other than their love for riding motorcycles, they have almost nothing else in common. The cast of characters includes a Packers-loving cheesehead that wouldn’t make a decision, a Twins-loving guy that loved to push his bike, and a hockey-loving dog rescuer who kept making u-turns to see if the other two would follow. Their journey takes them each through both expected and unplanned circumstances. This journey to see the wonders of the state known as the Last Frontier would amaze and go beyond the expectations of all three of them; yet each would end this adventure in very different ways. The group set out to do a ride…a trip…a journey. What occurred turned out to be an epic adventure that never will be forgotten.

350 pages, with hundreds of photographs inside. Access to full-color photographs available online as well as bonus photography not in the book.  Three lives.  One tale.  One burning passion to return again.

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JOURNEY LOGBOOK

ADVENTURE DOCUMENTING – TRIP REMINDERS – JOURNEY MEMORIES

 

Available in EIGHT different versions, these adventure journals that were created by us, make it easy to track each day’s events during your entire trip. Regardless whether you travel by motorcycle, bicycle, automobile, airplane, RV, or even roller skates, Journey Logbook makes it easy to document every one of your adventures going forward.

Unlike a traditional spine-glued journal, these coil-bound, lay flat logbooks provide entries for each day’s specific information into your view at once. Open to the day’s adventure, write your desired information down on both the left and right pages, close. The daily template guide assures that you cover whatever information you believe to be important or noteworthy on the correct corresponding days. Track expenditures daily…and use the pages at the back of the guide to keep running totals of expenses and other important things in your journey in just one view. Simple. Easy.

Record your adventure. The name and contact info of that rider you met at the gas station that you talked to for an hour. The place that had the best craft beer on the trip and the information to order it when getting back home. How much that repair cost was and which place did the work. A list of those gifts you need to buy on this trip for those back home. What the weather was like each day. And so much more; including a list of reminders before leaving on that important adventure.

Easily documented. And more importantly…these journals are designed so that you can personalize the information entered the way that YOU want. Journey Logbook provides the guide…you create your own story. There is no right or wrong way. There’s only YOUR WAY.

The logbooks make it simple and easy. Enter your entries at the end of the day while waiting for your dinner meal, before falling asleep, or even through the day on a break while waiting for your friend to finish pumping their gas or awaiting the family’s return from the restroom in the rest area. Easy to use coil-bound journals lay flat so you can write in them while relaxing in the motel bed or in your tent’s sleeping bag. They are small enough to easily fit into glove boxes, panniers, tank bags, duffle bags, seatback pockets, and so many other places. They look great and can be conversation starters to those around you. They make inexpensive great gifts that you can be assured that the recipient will enjoy.

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