For me, motorcycles have become less about thrills and more about fellowship. If you like photography and you’re riding alone you end up with all of these pictures of your bike. Your bike goes here, your bike goes there. They seem kind of lonely to me.

1974 BMW r90/6 on Stark Bridge

Photogenic? Maybe. But when they stand alone in a landscape, rider-less and static, and aloof; they’re disconnected from their soul.

1974 BMW r90/6
Father’s Day 2015
Dixie Mountain

Add the partner and the bike comes alive even if it’s still just sitting there…

Ray working on another r90 here on Peacock Lane

I kept one of these old beemers and call it ’18’. Some of my favorite pictures include my friends posed with the bike…

Best friends, best bike, and one of the best spots on Earth.

Riding out together, meeting up at a favorite spot… these are reasons to jump on a bike and have fun…

Motorcycles are more about fellowship for me these days.

Steve has been a minister for almost 5 decades; and for more than 40 years married to the wife of his youth and partner, Lisa. Steve has spoken in Madison Square Garden. He's swam the Hudson River to raise money for his favorite charity. He’s the writer, producer and director of an award winning short film. He’s an author, speaker, and father whose messages are hilarious, soulful and life changing. When he's not trying to sell, ride or make friends on a motorcycle, you can find him in Portland, Oregon where he is happily serving with the https://portlandchurch.org

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