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About Linda and Chuck

Linda and Chuck are avid bikers who love their knees in the breeze and the wind in their faces. Living in Wisconsin, their riding season is often limited to nine months of the year (They don't like salt on their bikes.) Linda and Chuck, loving companions of over forty years, are frequently seen at various rallies around the country.

Linda currently rides a Heritage Softail  and Chuck rides a Road King. In addition to touring this beautiful country of ours on their motorcycles, Chuck and Linda spend time sharing the joy of riding with others. Whether a beginner or experienced rider, they help riders learn the physical and mental skills necessary to manage and reduce the risks they face when riding.

Chuck is a member of the Wisconsin Department of Transportation Motorcycle Safety Advisory Council where he helps advise the Transportation Secretary about motorcycle safety issues.. He also serves as Harley-Davidson's Volunteer State Safety Coordinator for Wisconsin and Upper Michigan. In this role he and Linda support the Safety Officers of all H.O.G. chapters in his region.

Chuck is a certified motorcycle safety instructor and rider coach for the Gateway and  Milwaukee Area Technical Colleges. He is also a certified Harley-Davidson Rider's Edge instructor and a Share the Road facilitator for ABATE of Wisconsin. Linda is a Range Aid Technician (RAT) and assists in providing an enjoyable learning experience for all learners.

Besides their motorcycle safety responsibilities with and across the State of Wisconsin, they enjoy writing about safety issues as evidenced by the sampling of their articles available on this site. Chuck and Linda have also published three books. Their most recent book, The Motorcyclist's Soup Kitchen, contains 101 interesting ideas to chew on when you're riding or not. Saddle Time - Gaining Confidence helps new riders enhance their comfort level while riding. Riding Together - A Guide to Group Riding was their first book and is about sharing your riding fun with others.
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