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Sweetlife Personal Coin 08 Todie's Wild Ride: Ain't Life Sweet!

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Released:
Monday, 13 October 2008
Origin:
Michigan, United States
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Current GOAL

This coin is being released to help raise awareness of motorcycles on the roads, life is sweet and often to short.

Ride Safe, Ride Happy...come home alive.

This coin is in memory of Todie Phillips of Manitou Beach, MI. He passed away August 12 2008 as a result of a motorcycle accident, he was only 49 years old.

About This Item

Ride With a GREAT Attitude!

This is one of the best ways to enjoy riding more and to effect a change in the general public’s sometime dim view of motorcycling. A bad attitude will be reflected in your riding and a preoccupation with whatever made you grumpy will only distract you from the job at hand: safely riding your motorcycle. On anything other than wide open country roads, you have a choice while riding: ride with the flow of traffic, or fight it. There are often times when traffic is not moving at a speed you would choose. When this happens, poor riders zig-zag through the slower traffic, tailgating, cutting people off, and generally irritating everyone on the road, reinforcing the perception that all motorcyclists are daredevil speed demons with no respect for mom, apple pie, or the law. Option two is you can try to be a courteous rider, demonstrating what a responsible person you are, "Look ma, I’m all growed up now." It is my opinion that nothing harms the image of motorcycling more than a rider aggressively weaving through traffic on a motorcycle. It may impress 14-year-old boys being shuttled to little league, but they don’t vote or call their elected representatives, although their parents sometimes do. When you ride, you are an ambassador of motorcycling to the general public and it is your responsibility to ride accordingly.

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Mark Missing 05/24/2017 usyoopers marked it as missing   Visit Log

The owner has set this Trackable as missing.

Retrieve It from a Cache 03/21/2012 MeerOstriches retrieved it from Cemetery Sleuth, Case #25 Michigan   Visit Log

Picked it up in the cemetary, cool coin with a good message

Dropped Off 03/06/2012 jtcoffee placed it in Cemetery Sleuth, Case #25 Michigan - 2.46 miles  Visit Log
Retrieve It from a Cache 02/29/2012 jtcoffee retrieved it from R&C Michigan   Visit Log

Grabbed it while Leap Day Caching! Will move along soon.

Dropped Off 02/21/2012 Team Kobudo placed it in R&C Michigan - 183.21 miles  Visit Log

The coin should enjoy this wooded area for a while.

Grab It (Not from a Cache) 02/08/2012 Team Kobudo grabbed it   Visit Log

Grabbed it from Corunna historical village travel bug hotel in Corunna MI. Will move it along soon.

Retrieve It from a Cache 09/26/2011 Gusnbbb retrieved it from Dead End Michigan   Visit Log

Taking him on little trip south

Discovered It 09/26/2011 Team HoneyBunny discovered it   Visit Log

Just got my CY endorsement. Even tho I didn't find it. I had to give it props. I will be on the road next spring. Cycle safe everyone. Car/Truck/Suv, etc. drivers please keep a look out for cyclists. Give them extra room.

Thank you.

Dropped Off 08/15/2011 agnav placed it in Dead End Michigan - 1,043.13 miles  Visit Log

Dropped in Dead End

This entry was edited by agnav on Wednesday, 17 August 2011 at 03:36:07 UTC.

Retrieve It from a Cache 08/10/2011 agnav retrieved it from Salt of the earth Louisiana   Visit Log

going on a trip with me!!

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