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Tamela Rich

Author Tamela has extensively traveled the U.S. and Canada, delivering her message to Pack Light | Travel Slow | Connect Deep. Her keynotes and workshops include life lessons she has learned through chance encounters on the road.

Meet the Conga Queen!

Flo Fuhr in 2012, Shell, WY

When I first floated the idea of going cross country on a motorcycle I didn't even have a motorcycle license. My family was, rightfully, concerned about my safety.

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Crossing the Mississippi, Entering the Plains

The Conga III magic continues from WI through MN and SD.  I'm proud to be a Conga III rider, a Facebook-facilitated motorcycle fundraiser benefiting breast cancer.

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Recap Wonderful Wisconsin

The closest I've ever come to Wisconsin is Laverne & Shirley.

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Recap from Chicago

I was surprised how easily I got from Valparaiso, IN to the BMW dealership in Chicago, where they did the bike's first service and installed a windshield.

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Day 3: Cincinnati to Valpo

From Cincinnati, OH to Valpraiso, IN, home of Indiana Grain. Stayed at the beautiful Aberdeen Inn.

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Day 2, a Great Beginning

My first day solo, riding through WV and KY. Adventures with the Kentucky Conga Line.

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Day 1, Recap

From Charlotte, NC to Beckley, WV the first leg of the trip surrounded by friends, family, supporters, and riders was a fantastic success.  Here are some video recaps of the day!

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Kickstands UP!

Please join me as I launch my cross-country motorcycle trip to raise money for the National Breast Cancer  Foundation.

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Balance, Focus, Correction

In the past couple of months since deciding to become a motorsports athlete (!) I've been struck time and again how driving a motorcycle brings my attention to the spiritual path.

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Touring the BMW Performance Center

This video starts with a tour of the Center, then takes us outside to watch M-series drivers on the automobile course. Later we go out to the motorcycle off-road course where Motorrad Instructor Jim Millard describes the activities and skills to be learned by navigating through gravel, sand, ruts and ditches.

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