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Mountain Moxie

I can’t believe how quickly time flies. In 4 days I will be flying out to North Carolina for the Motogirl Cafe – Mountain Moxie event. May 5, 6, & 7th, 2017- Mountain Moxie is a 3-day event dedicated to women who love motorcycling and the men that ride with them. The inaugural event is being held at the Switzerland Inn in the Blue Ridge

Their website says it best:

” May 5, 6, & 7th, 2017- Mountain Moxie is a 3-day event dedicated to women who love motorcycling and the men that ride with them. The inaugural event is being held at the Switzerland Inn in the Blue Ridge Little switzerland innMountains of North Carolina. Mountain Moxie features presentations by female leaders in motorcycling in all aspects of the sport including international travel, long distance riding, Iron Butt adventures, safety, insurance, law and bike maintenance. Meet and hang out with these cool women and make long-time friends with women who have international and national reputations as leaders in motorcycling!”

I am honored to be the keynote speaker Friday night, and am going to have my newest book available to launch at the event – (the raw-blog book of my GWR year long adventure)- It will be available at the event – get your signed copy, and after pick up a copy online.

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3 Comments on Mountain Moxie

  1. Barbara Wright // May 1, 2017 at 1:25 am // Reply

    Good luck with your presentation. The Blue Ridge Mountains are gorgeous.

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  2. Janet Mason // May 1, 2017 at 1:25 am // Reply

    Sounds like fun

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  3. Howard Stender // May 1, 2017 at 10:43 am // Reply

    Darnell,

    I’m not sure how I first learned of your travels, but let me heartily congratulate you as my way of introduction. You are doing a great thing for yourself, for women, for motorcycling and for Triumph. You may not be thrilled to hear that I’m a guy, but I tip my hat to you, just the same. I greatly respect and admire what you are doing, you’re following my dreams of 50 years ago. By the way, I started riding Triumphs in the early 1960s, bought my first one in 1967-a brand new, 1967 200 cc Triumph Mountain Cub-which I still own! I also own and ride a 1977 750 Bonneville. I’ve loved Triumphs and motorcycles for over 50 years. Now, I enjoy following your adventures in the sport and say keep doing what your doing! And if your travels ever bring you to Wisconsin, let me know, we can take a ride together.

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