HELLO BAGGERS,

Baggers - - LETTERS FROM THE ROAD - RENO T. JACK­SONVILLE, FL

I know you must have some rea­son­able ex­pla­na­tion, but af­ter wait­ing for my Au­gust is­sue (Vol­ume 24, Num­ber 8) of your fab­u­lous mag­a­zine to ar­rive, it did so in an un­char­ac­ter­is­tic man­ner. You see, I’ve come to en­joy your fea­tures, ed­i­to­ri­als, and even your ad­ver­tis­ing con­tent.

Baggers is usu­ally a com­plete mo­tor­cy­clist’s pub­li­ca­tion. My Au­gust edi­tion, how­ever, was not, as it ended on page 66. I know there is more to this is­sue as I was com­pelled to go on­line to com­plete my monthly ad­dic­tion to your pe­ri­od­i­cal. What’s up with that? So I was think­ing. Rather than send­ing me an­other copy that I won’t get un­til Oc­to­ber, why not just put my beloved Ruby in your mag­a­zine.

She’s a ’96 Elec­tra Glide Clas­sic 80 Evo with a lit­tle work done to her: Mikuni carb, K&N air cleaner, Vance & Hines true du­als, Mus­tang seat and back­rest, and an ex­ten­sive as­sort­ment of H-D af­ter­mar­ket Wil­lie G. bling. She has trav­eled all around New York where I was born and raised, vis­ited friends the last three sum­mers in Michi­gan, and most re­cently re­lo­cated with me to the First Coast area of Jack­sonville, Flor­ida. She gets com­pli­mented ev­ery ride we take. So what do you say, Baggers, how about a spot in one of your is­sues? I’ll for­get all about your lit­tle mis­take.

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