Oct. 12th National Motorcycle Riding Day

Oct. 12th National Motorcycle Riding Day

Always celebrated the 2nd Saturday of October – today marks the end of the motorcycle riding season, according to the experts, as we put away our motorcycles for the colder weather. The day also marks when Dunlop tires developed the first tire that became practical to use on a motorcycle, hence why Chad Geer of Dunlop Tires created the day in 2015. Where I live motorcycle season never really comes to an end, but then, they aren’t as much fun to ride either on flat land. There is something about the mountains and forests that make a motorcycle ride all that much better. So take you cycle out for one more ride before the season ends and enjoy the wind blowing through your hair.

How to celebrate – Take your motorcycle for a ride. Get a side car so you can take a friend. Join a motorcycle club. Visit the social media sites of Chopper the Biker Dog from San Diego to learn more about his awesome charity work.

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