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Riding With Attitude: A Journey Through Life on a Motorcycle

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In "Riding With Attitude," Don Norris takes the reader back to a simpler time, when helmets weren't mandatory, when a rider could pull off the road and bed down for a night under the stars without fear of being robbed. When you truly were "in the wind" and riding free.

Don takes you through the journey that is his life; from that proverbial first ride on a bike,
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Paperback, 336 pages
Published January 2005 by The Toronto University Press
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Marc
Don Norris is your quintessential regular motorcycle guy. His writing style is just what you would expect. The writing is plain and unadorned. It is not a literary work but I liked it. It's well above the trashy "turd heap" writing of a Harv Damschen (Musings with Blue) or the drivel of a lot of the motorcycle periodical writing like "The Rider's Mag." But it's not Fred Haeffle or Melissa Pierson.

Don was one of the original "Satan's Choice" (with an apostrophe!) motorcycle club of 1958 (Toronto,
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