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Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming:
"WOW, what a ride !!!"

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Rick Doughty of Vintage Iron
by Michael McCook #41


Dave Boydstun of AVDRA
by Michael McCook #41


Fred Guidi
AHRMA Mid-Atlantic MX Coordinator
by Al Conte #48J


Rusty McFarland
by Michael McCook #41


The Untold Story of an American Motocross Hero
David White - part 1

David White - part 2
by Giles Nelson #665

Joey Poole
by Michael McCook #41


Rae Tyson
President, Potomac Vintage Riders
by Al Conte #48J


Curtis Harper
VMX Race Promoter
by Randy Smith #24


Joe Abbate
of Joe Abbate's Cycle Therapy
by Michael McCook #41


Phil Ketchum
Moderator of premier Hodaka discussion group & Vintage Racer
by Randy Smith


Travis Agle
Vintage Racer & Moderator of premier Maico discussion group
by Michael McCook


Paul Stannard
of Strictly Hodaka
by Mark Jarecki



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