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Dogs Ride: Motorcycle Sidecar Riding for Dogs (and humans) Paperback – September 26, 2014
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About the Author
Connie O’Connor has been riding motorcycles since she was a seven years old. With over 30 years of experience, she has ridden in all kinds of weather on many kinds of bikes. She has a sport pilot certificate and enjoys flying her light sport fixed wing aircraft. Connie has lived with dogs her entire life and is very dedicated to dog rescue and training. Connie is a biologist and her “real job” is to teach the public about science and the outdoors at a private non-profit nature center in Cincinnati. Timothy O’Connor, husband to Connie O’Connor has made a living for the past twenty years in computer networking, security and technical training. Tim holds some of the highest certifications in the computer training industry and is a certified flight instructor. Tim holds numerous pilot ratings including Advanced Ground Instructor, Commercial Rotorcraft pilot, and FAA Fast Team Safety Volunteer. In addition to technical training and consulting, Tim co-hosted a top-rated radio show for three years on WNOP and has written cover and feature articles for such publications as ROTORCRAFT, EAA Sport Pilot, Sport Aviation, The Experimenter, Light Plane World, Homebuilt Rotorcraft, Powered Sport Flying, The Utopian and has published content in AVWeb, Technology First, jp4 and other publications. Tim has been riding and restoring motorcycles since he was 13 years old. Tim and Connie have been married for 7 years as June 2014.
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It's really only suitable if you know next to nothing about sidecars or dogs.
This is obviously a self-published book, because there's no other way I can imagine so many typos, misspelled words and bad grammar getting through. Here's to hoping the 2nd edition is cleaner.