I started riding on the road at the tail end of the 70?s on the obligatory moped. I moved through a number of Japanese bikes and a few old British numbers, until family commitments and practicality took over for a few years. By the late 90?s I found two wheels again. First with an old Vespa to run in and out of work, but then mysteriously trading it in for a Kawasaki Z750. Various bikes followed. In 2009 I found myself in a Harley Dealership test riding a Sportster Iron. I loved it from the moment the ignition went on. This bike simply brought the joy of riding straight back to me. It was a couple of years later that I found the Chapter and the enjoyment of group riding again. The Chapter is the extended biking family that just works. I currently run a tweaked Dyna Wide Glide and an old Road King Classic.