Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Rider profile: Howard Yegendorf

Name: Howard Yegendorf
Find me on Earth: Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Find me online: www.yegendorflawfirm.ca
Interview Date: Wednesday, September 4, 2013
Interview Location: Laval, Quebec, Canada

Scootcommute: When did you start riding, how old were you?

Howard: I started riding in 2004 when I was 50

Scootcommute: How many motorbikes have you owned?

Howard: I've had two.

Scootcommute: What is your current bike, and is the current bike your favorite?

Howard: My current bike is a BMW R1200RT, and yes that bike is my favorite.

Scootcommute: Talk to me about the most challenging riding skill you learned.

Howard: I can name two: 1) Riding twisties in the rain; 2) Very slow riding.

Scootcommute: Are you a moto-commuter, a tourer, or a fair weather rider?

Howard: Mainly a tourer.

Scootcommute: Are you a solitary rider? How about riding in a group?

Howard: I prefer to ride alone or in a small group.

Scootcommute: I dare you to share an awkward or embarrassing riding moment.

Howard: Overwhelmed by a spectacular vista in Arizona, I forgot to put down the kickstand and I dropped my bike.

Scootcommute: What is the best place your bike has taken you?

Howard: Riding the Cabot Trail, in Nova Scotia.

Scootcommute: Tell me why you ride.

Howard: There are three things about riding I love: 1) the excitement; 2) the travel; and 3) the way it unclutters my mind.

Scootcommute: If I could grant you one riding wish, what would it be?

Howard: Safe travels. (And I wish you the same.)

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