- Sept. 19, 2019
-- Roske recounts his childhood growing up in NE Pennsylvania in the 70's. If you are looking to have all your problems solved, find the meaning of life and enjoy health, wealth and prosperity while living happily ever after, you'll have to wait for his next book.
"A Life in Motorcycles"
is for anyone with a love of motorcycles, side of the road repair, travel, wanderlust, adventure, and getting lost on dirt roads. It is a memoir and a guidebook, providing readers with an entertaining look into the author's life and with excellent motorcycle advice. Unlike other motorcycle guidebooks, Roske writes for both the general audience and those who are already experienced. It is practical for anyone who wants to do what he does and entertaining for anyone who just wants to read a book about an interesting childhood and life.
Fans of Robert M. Pirsig's Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance will be delighted with Roske's humor and thoughtfulness. Aided by beautiful photographs and illustrations, he brings his childhood back to life and perfectly captures the nostalgia of youth and traveling.
Ray Roske is a motorcycle man and an award-winning Sales Consultant for Oracle's Construction and Engineering Global Business Unit. He cut his teeth on borrowed minibikes and a lime green Honda SL125 back in the 70's on the strip mines and culm dumps of Northeastern Pennsylvania. His wife calls him Sweet Baby Ray, but his pals call him Mayday, because when they're in a tight spot, he can fix anything with whatever is handy. He is married to the love of his life and is living happily-ever-
after in Denver Colorado with his wife and three, above average children. For additional information, contact email@example.com. Bulk orders: firstname.lastname@example.org