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Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by Gina, Jan 26, 2020.
All I can say... Thanks Amanda!
Yes, Thank You Amanda Bramble
The most unflattering pic of her ever?
Who ? ? ?
So what's your outlook for 2021? If you say great... I'm digging a bunker.
I love this one, I actually have it hanging in my garage.
Not me guys, not that young. But I have been told that when I am on a bike I do smirk/smile and grin.
I'll bet he likes peanut butter.
Per Mike Love: The lack of a proper road did not, prevent 19-year-old Sadie Grimm from becoming the first rider to make the gruelling, nearly 100-kilometre trip aboard her Indian motorcycle.
Grimm, the first person to ride from Winnipeg to the popular resort town, was awarded the 1914 Manitoba Motorcycle Club (MMC) gold medal. It’s widely accepted that she was the first woman in Canada to win a motorcycling competition open to men....
The challenge in 1914 may have sounded simple enough, but the task was arduous. Manitoba roads in that era ranged from poor to impassible to non-existent, featuring long stretches of swamps and pastures.
There had already been failed attempts by other riders during the winter and early spring prior to Grimm’s successful journey. In fact, on the day she set out, another rider also made the attempt and failed. Miraculously, Grimm successfully returned to Winnipeg, via a different route, the same day.
Hey forwarded me any imformation you have. This is one I never heard of and would love to see/read more.
'She was a pistol': Winnipeg teen Sadie Grimm raced into motorcycle history in 1914 | CBC News
She just finished testing the new heated/chilled Indian seat...
Looks like she's testing the not-so-well-known "biscuit warming" feature of the Scout headlight.
I like biscuits!
Looks like it burned the pants right off her butt. I can tell you that I don't use my seat heater a whole lot, because it gets very warm. I love the heated hand grips, though.