Linden resident Dick Harris bought is first Triumph motorcycle in , and once he got that feeling of the open road and the wind in his hair, he hasn't spent a lot of time looking in the rear view mirror. Harris, the son of a preacher, owns several versions of the legendary motorcycle now, including six that run and one he's restoring. In the room of his home where he stores the bikes, are pictures of Triumphs and places he's been, a shelf full of trophies he's won and a map of the United States. It traces the route to and from California he took during one of his three cross-country trips on a Triumph. He left home at 17 and set out for Arizona, where he lived for a year.
Linden resident still riding easy after 56 years on Triumph bikes
Linden resident still riding easy after 56 years on Triumph bikes | The Batavian
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