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Roads we Love

Sometimes, we see a video that just inspires us. That makes us want to hop on a motorcycle, and leave all of our pressures behind. We all have things that consume us, whether it's our job, or our family, money or addiction. Bad habits or routine. Yeah - routine is a killer.

So when I saw this video, I thought you might enjoy it as much as I did - a brief escape on two wheels.

So enjoy this, or feel free to click here to go to Twisted Road.


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