I'm Jerry Smith, a full-time freelance writer for consumer and trade motorcycle magazines since 1988. From 1984 to 1988 I worked at Rider, Cycle Guide, and Motorcyclist. In the 1970s I roadraced with the AFM and the AMA. I've been a member of the Iron Butt Association since 2000 when I rode 1,073 miles in 22 hours on a Harley Heritage Softail. I've been riding motorcycles for more than 47 years, and I like to think I've learned enough about them and the sport in general to have something worthwhile to say. You are, of course, welcome to disagree with me on that point. It's a free country. I might also write about writing now and then, especially about being a freelancer and writing for motorcycle magazines. Dogs, too. And don't rule out the occasional curveball.
Comments? Dinner invitations? Job offers? Contact me at treadlifeblog at yahoo dot com.
My contributions to the genre of motorcycle-themed mystery novels. It's not a very big genre. In fact, I might define it all by myself. That alone is reason enough to own these books. They're both available from Whitehorse Press, www.whitehorsepress.com.