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While resting lakeside under shade trees, friendship bonds were strengthened and memories unique to this ride were etched within the spirit of all of us.
Read the story of our exploration through the beautiful state of Kansas (that's right, Kansas) in Volume 009, available now at readmeta.com.
Photo by @jimmybowron@indianmotorcycle#readmeta#V009
From his modest beginnings on a small farm in rural Sweden, Gunnar Lindstrom has achieved remarkable, and global, success in a vast array of competitive categories: As a world-class motocross racer, mechanical engineer, magazine photographer and editor, inventor, accomplished motorcycle and automotive engineering expert, researcher and author, and ambassador for his country and one of its most famous brands, @husqvarna1903.
The list of his skills and accomplishments is mind-boggling – and he isn’t finished yet. Read Gunnar's story in Volume 009, available now at the link in our bio.
Elk Horn, Sweden | July 1972
Photo courtesy Gunnar Lindstrom
“The waste places of the earth, the barren deserts, the tracts of forsaken men given over to loneliness, have a peculiar attraction of their own. The weird solitude, the great silence, the grim desolation, are the very things with which every desert wanderer eventually falls in love.”
—John C. Van Dyke | The Desert, 1901
Photo by @sebzanella for Volume 008
As a third-generation motocross rider, motorcycles are in his blood. @indianmotorcycle worked with our friend @hartluck to prove that fact in a way that’s half genius, half insane: they collected the carbon from a burnout on one of his Indian Motorcycles, and used it as pigment in sterile and safe tattoo ink to mark him forever.
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“Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness, and many of our people need it sorely on these accounts. Broad, wholesome, charitable views of men and things cannot be acquired by vegetating in one little corner of the earth all one’s lifetime.” – Mark Twain
South of the Wall - El Mexico Real
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