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1. Wes Fleming tried being a rock star for 25 years, but gave all that up to focus on motorcycles. His mother still hasn’t forgiven him. The first new motorcycle he ever bought got run over by a car – with him still in the saddle. He discovered BMWs thanks to a friend in 2001 and has been riding trendy, not-so-trendy and sidecar-equipped BMWs ever since. Wes currently holds down multiple jobs, including motorcycle shop office boy and history professor, and when he’s not helping his teenage daughter with her homework, they’re out somewhere in their sidecar rig.


2. Marcia McGuire learned to ride a few years ago, and since then her mode of adventure has become the two wheels of her BMW G650GS. She loves how motorcycles expand engage- ment with the world, and her GS often accompianies her in her projects investigating and documenting social and environ- mental issues.


3. Rick Salazar is a Colorado native who grew up in Southern California with an itch for the outward adventure experience of motorcycling. In 1996, Rick relocated to Denver for a career in the broadcast industry, and after raising his two daughters, found himself seeking new outdoor personal challenges. His search brought him back to riding, and in 2014 he bought a 2003 R 1150 RT and later a 2016 F 700 GS. In just two years Rick has logged more than 30,000 miles through 18 states, four Canadian Provinces and to the Arctic Circle and has made many new friendships while riding. Next year Rick plans to cross Canada along the Trans-Canada Highway from Victoria to St. John's, Labrador. Rick says he is grateful for the experiences riding has given him and looks forward to those in the future and to meeting some of you along the way.


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4. Mark Janda has been riding motorcycles for 30 years, ever since he “borrowed" his brother’s moped to race the neighbor- hood kids. He has ridden all over North America as well as Cen- tral and Southern Europe. He earned an Iron Butt award in 2009 for riding from Albuquerque to St. Louis. As much fun as he had over the years, it wasn't until he rented a BMW in Europe that he found out what he’d been missing. When he returned to the states, he bought his K 1600 GTL and his love affair with BMW began.


5. Lance Gines is an avid motorcyclist who has spent more than 45 years and has ridden over 1.6 million miles on motorcycles of one sort or another. His lifelong obsession with riding led him to publish his first book on motorcycle travel in 2014 and then start an adventure motorcycle touring and rental business a year later. He is always excited to share the beauty and great riding found both in his home state of Idaho and the surround- ing states with visitors from around the world. Lance is also a proud member of both the BMW MOA and the GS Giants.


6. Colleen Sepulveda started riding with a passion 15 years ago and within two years, was teaching new California motorcy- clists to ride. Motorcycles and motorcycle safety take up a huge portion of her life and she currently rides a ‘16 R 1200 GS after logging more than 100,000 miles on her ‘10 GS. Colleen is a retired police officer from Santa Cruz, California, and currently trains riding instructors there and teaches advanced riding courses. In her spare time, she rides twenty to thirty thousand miles a year on track days, dirt and while touring. Her motto is: ride intelligently!


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