The saying is a mantra for those who live, breathe and obsess over their motorcycles. Bryan
Hall got his first motorcycle license at age 18 on a friend’s Vespa motor scooter, and has never
looked back. Over the past 46 years, he has owned seven motorcycles, including five Harleys,
and has ridden over 350,000 miles on two wheels.
“The Long Road Home” tells of a near-fatal crash in 2016, followed by years of legal wrangling
and his stubborn refusal to give up riding. A fitting follow-up to his 2013 “Life Behind Bars.”
Bryan weaves an enthralling and emotional tale of his return to the road he loves.
“The Long Road Home” is a refreshing, intimate and inspirational memoir. It’s
engaging travel literature. (He covers so much of the United States.) It’s jam packed
with historical information along with broad statements on the intrinsic values of the
United States and Freedom and the Liberty to choose our own paths. Yes. It’s all
Foster Kinn, author of the best-selling Freedoms’s Rush Books
Title: The Long Road Home
Author: Bryan Hall
ISBN – Trade Paperback: 978-1-948261-64-7
ISBN – EBook: 978-1-948261-64-7
Price: Trade Paperback – $17.95. E-Book – $7.95
Publication date: December, 2021
Bryan Hall was born and raised near Portland, Oregon; and has
lived in Oregon, Montana, Washington and Idaho. Born with a
terminal case of wanderlust, he has ridden his motorcycle all over the
United States, Alaska and parts of Canada; and has traveled to Mexico
and the Caribbean. He currently rides a 2018 Harley-Davidson Road
King and is on the road every chance he gets. His book, Life Behind
Bars, was published in 2013. He has written for numerous motorcycle
magazines, as well as his own website, hiwayflyer.com. In 2020 he
launched his own You Tube channel, hiwayflyer. He is the proud
father of two grown daughters, one granddaughter, and four granddogs.
You can contact Bryan by writing to him at email@example.com
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