City Streets: Ride and Strive Together

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Yinka Aladekoba, Feb 23, 2011 - Fiction - 306 pages
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To climb to the top of the street bike scene you need 3 things; a hot bike, steely nerves, and a swagger like no other. In the gritty streets of New York city the members of City Streets MC have done this, beating all comers with the craziest stunts and quickest clock times. What will happen when an old acquaintance rises from the past to murder one of the crew? Million dollar deals are on the table but the streets call for vengeance. Will their motto 'Ride and Strive Together', be just a slogan or will it represent the bond of brotherhood forged after many years? Sometimes those we think we know so well can bitterly disappoint. But as the streets say...It is, what it is...Enjoy.
 

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I rode my first bike, a green Huffy at the age of six. I can remember my father holding the handle bars as I rode and he would let go to let me coast at intervals. I can remember feeling the most free in those moments. As I grew the bikes I rode grew with me. Thanks to the biking community I have met many interesting people, and have seen many interesting places. In fact this book is pretty much a smorgasbord of these people, just in different settings. I always thought they had a story that needed to be told. My only problem is that there was so many to tell. Hopefully in the future I'll be able to give you many more.

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