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'I've been everywhere, man; I've been everywhere, man; across the deserts bare, man; I've breathed the mountain air, man; of travel I've had my share, man; I've been everywhere.' óJohnny Cash
Even for Johnny Cash, it would be a mighty feat to ride America's 3.9 million miles of highways, byways, avenues and alleys to get, as the song says, "everywhere." Although sometimes it may feel like we've traveled every road worth a ride, the biker DNA bubbling in our blood tells us there is, somewhere, the spectacular road not taken.
Not that we haven't tried to ride everywhere. Aside from a few heated water-cooler debates, varying levels of certifiable psychosis, polite differences of opinion and immeasurable variables of riding style, the staff at Motorcycle.com carefully considered its 300 or so years of collective biking experience and named these the Top 10 touring roads in the U.S., although no peaceable agreement could be made as to order, except for the fistfight averting alphabetical.
Print this, stuff it in your leather shirt, get off the couch and on your bike, and find some adventure.
I wanted to let you all know that I have recently sold the website to Vertical Scope (VS), the group that runs Motorcycle.com.
As most of you know, I haven't had the time to invest in maintaining the site in the way it or you members deserve. I'm positive the great folks at Vertical Scope will give VN750.com the attention it deserves and will be much more responsive to issues that arise from daily use. They have a vast number of resources and their tech group is a bunch of enthusiasts as well.
VS isn’t planning any major changes and are only really taking over the technical duties at this point in time. They are also welcoming the current moderator staff with open arms (Dianna still is the heart of VN750). So this isn’t goodbye for me, it’s just a turnover of control for the better of the community.
Our new tech contact will be a gentleman by the name of Dwayn who will be using the handle “administrator”. He will be monitoring everything moving forward, and he is also a motorsports enthusiast. He is also interested in photography.
With all that said, I want to thank you all for being the best group of people around! This community is definitely unique and the last few years have been great! I appreciate everyone’s enthusiasm and commitment to making VN750.com one of the most vibrant and helpful communities I’ve ever had the pleasure of being a part of. I am looking forward to an even better community moving forward.
Thank you, everyone, for the memories. Here’s to many more years of success for VN750.com!