The 16,246-mile transcontinental motorcycle ride began and ended in Michigan. He travelled to the southernmost point in the United States in Key West, Florida, passed through New Orleans and west to tour Big Bend National Park on the Rio Grande in Texas. Riding north through El Paso, he intersected with the Continental Divide in New Mexico and crisscrossed it through the Rocky Mountains and across the Canadian border.He rode the entire length of the Alaska Highway, from Dawson Creek, British Columbia, through the Yukon to Fairbanks.
During the return trip through the most remote areas of the far northwestern wilderness of British Columbia, he was plagued by mechanical difficulties. After getting repairs in Edmonton, Alberta, he completed his goal, reaching the Black Hills Motorcycle Rally in Sturgis, South Dakota. The trip took years of planning, but how many people can say they did what they always wanted to do, even if it was Just Cruzin’?
About the Author: Douglas A. Miller didn’t plan to write a book, but was encouraged by people who followed his adventure and heard his story. He has lived most of his life in Southwest Michigan, where he now resides in semi-retirement following a career in nursing.
JUST CRUZIN’ (ISBN: 978-1-62516-
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