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A Halloween Travel Adventure!

KOZ MRAZ PRESENTS A Halloween Travel Adventure! October 26th @ 4:00pm at the Mary Fisher Theater in Sedona These twisted tales on two wheels follow the Easy Rider movie route, and the “Midnight Rider”on his graveyard run. Travel to Utah on a hunt for the Skinwalker and El Chupacabra. Visit ghost sculptures in Nevada, then head to Death Valley and be awed by the story of the haunted Amargosa Opera House. Arrive in Joshua Tree with a surprise visit to the haunted room which Graham Parsons (The Byrds) died. End the journey with a visit to a mysterious UFO Energy Dome, the infamous Slab City, and the collapsing Salvation Mountain. https://sedonafilmfestival.com/event/motorcycle-mysteries-a-halloween-travel-adventure/ Motorcycle Mysteries Halloween Travel Adventure! Thursday October 26th 4:00 p.m. @ Mary Fisher Theater. Tickets $15.00. This Halloween Travel Adventure will be full of ‘chills and thrills’ with a FREE book for all attendees, giveaways from Bikernet, Fast Lane Motorcycle Speed Shop, and more. Plus, Sedona Eagle Rider Motorcycle Rentals is giving away a fun motorcycle sidecar adventure for two! CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS Tell ’em Bikernet.com sent ya !

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Zero to Zen: The Health Benefits of Motorcycling

Good Vibrations & the Road to Wellness by Gary Mraz Naysayers are quick to spout the dangers of motorcycling but friends, countrymen lend me your helmetless ears. The psychological and emotional benefits of riding are real. Motorcycle riding also has physical health benefits. CLICK HERE To Read this article on Bikernet.com Subscribe to our Free Weekly Newsletter for updates on Motorcycle industry & events

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Get Your Kicks on Route 666

Motorcycling Arizona’s Mountains Story and photos by Koz Mraz www.kozmoto.com Arizona has incredible geological diversity that lie between Flagstaff’s Humphries Peak, at 12,637 feet to the Grand Canyon, the Red Rocks of Sedona to lush Verde Valley. Arizona also has the longest continuous stretch of uninterrupted Route 66 two-lane asphalt and is home to Route 666. Renamed SR 191 in 2003 because the Department of Transportation was constantly replacing stolen highway signs. CLICK HERE To Read this Photo Feature Article on Bikernet.com Join the Cantina for more – Subscribe Today ! https://www.bikernet.com/pages/custom/subscription.aspx

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