53 comments on “Endless Road Tour

  1. Wow, one million miles, and to think I gave up riding to pursue other interest. Well let me tell you after riding for twenty years and 100,000 miles and not so much as a scratch, it was no fun being in the ER at 1:00am having a 5/0 treble hook removed from my thumb!
    Good Luck Paul, See you on the road!

  2. My name is Kimiya and I am from Vallejo, Ca. I am a female rider and I am also diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. I am currently organizing a motorcycle run to raise funds to donate to MS research. I salute your efforts and you have my support. I will be checking on you. :)

  3. Congrats on doing the fund raiser! Awesome to hear you are riding with MS also. Any day we can ride is a good day!
    Peace!
    Longhaulpaul

  4. If you’re in central CT – call & we’ll get together for a ride!

    Best of Luck & keep publishing your travel tales. Makes me laugh & smile!

    PC

  5. Paul,

    I’m in 100%. Looking forward to seeing you later this week. Let’s make plans!

  6. Great work so far Paul, anything you need in the MA/NH area give me a shout. Be happy to help you out anyway I can.

    Cheers

    Andy

  7. While I’ve never met you, I applaud your efforts. We have another friend with MS and he’s attacking life with vigor as well.

  8. Paul — I missed meeting you at the pizza party, but I will look forward to following your adventure!

    Ray King

  9. Hi Paul, anyone with the initials PP can’t be all bad. Good luck in your quest

  10. I think what you are doing with your diagnosis is absolutely amazing.
    I think what you are doing with a motorcycle is absolutely unbelievable.
    I think what you are doing for others with MS is absolutely great.
    I think you are off your rocker, and that is why I am signing up for your blog!
    ;)

  11. The word “proud” doesn’t even come close. If anyone can do this it is most definitely you! Site looks great. Way to go!

  12. Best wishes on your journey.

    Thank you for the support of the Team Lyle Rally in Plymouth MA. It was an honor to meet you.
    I wish we could have talked longer.

    See you on the road.

  13. It has been a true pleasure working with you and getting to know you and your crazy no off button sense of humor. Thanks for letting me in the closet before you were ready to go public – honored. Way to recalculate.

  14. To publically share such a private battle takes a lot of courage. I’ve had the pleasure of getting to know your quirky sense of humor and your passion for riding over the past two years. I know how important riding is to you and hope you succeed in what you’re trying to accomplish. TO INFINITY AND BEYOND!

  15. Great job Paul, what an inspiration to many! If your travels bring you to Northern Maine (doubtful) please stop in to see us in Fort Kent!

  16. Way to go Paul! Awesome! If ever passing through Ojai Ca, shoot us an email. You’re welcome to stop by for a rest ( if you ever rest). We’re right off the 150. Keep up the great work, I’m sure you’re an inspiration to more people than you’ll ever know.

  17. Paul… This is fantastic to see your story. My son who will be 48 in December, also has MS. He is a PGA Club Pro, eighteen years ago while playing a tournament, he fell face down and could not get up. He gives himself an injection every other day and is still playing golf and rides dirt bikes. He played two weeks ago in a local tournament and shot 68, still on his game.

  18. Congratulations on your new challenge Paul, great stuff, I know you will accomplish your mission. I will look forward to following along in your written word. Consider yourself bookmarked on the toolbar. I am sure you will inspire many to not give up to adversity. May your travels be plenty and your troubles be few.

  19. Glad to see you again Paul, even if it is only online, Best of luck with your quest and stay safe, we are all pulling for you.

  20. Very Inspirational Paul!
    Look forward to meeting you someday, we already have a small connection; I’m an IBA member, long ride enthusiast and did a bunch of welding on the Yankee Siege wrecking ball /mace you’re pictured with.
    Keep up the great work!

  21. Paul, you’re in our thoughts every day now. 1, 000,000 miles…………. You’ll do it. Run safe..

  22. Without a doubt I’ll be following your progress. I’m not made of money but if there is something I can do in terms of support don’t be afraid to ask I’m just a little puddle jump away (Milton, NH)
    Seriously considering the MS5000.

  23. Paul,
    Just heard about the MS5000 and although I work 6 days a week in the spring I now have a great reason to ride far on that day off. Thanks for all you are doing!!

    Good luck on breaking the LD record!!

  24. Good Luck Paul. Great attitude. Send me an email and I will give you contact info for when you pass through Albuquerque. Have shop, tools, bed, meal, shower, you name it.

  25. Just read your article in April/May 2013 “Ability” magazine. Have you contacted Jay Leno? Can’t hurt to try….

  26. I think what you are doing is pretty awesome. I was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease 2 years ago and then, just recently, diagnosed with Myasthenia Gravis (involuntary muscle weakness and loss of strength) on top of it. Like you I refuse to let the diseases define who I am and what I am capable of. I have some extreme rides planned myself for this year to raise funds and awareness for both of my diseases, although nothing quite as grand as your million mile plan :) Stay safe out there and maybe our paths will cross on the road some day :)

  27. Hi Paul – I made a mental note to check your website out when you passed me on 93NB this morning while on my way to work. What you are doing is AWESOME! Good luck to you … you have a new “follower” for sure! All my best ~ Janet (Windham, NH)

  28. Hi Paul,
    I just met you at the gas station in Candia NH. ( I am the guy on the 73 airhead), Just wanted wish you a safe trip. Good Luck !!!

  29. What you are doing is so inspiring. I have MS and ride also. Because of MS I had to take a little over a year off but I am back at it again. I try very hard to ride every chance I get. You are awesome! Thanks for bringing more awareness to MS and for everything you are doing…

  30. Hey Paul, My wife and I met you Tues night (Feb. 11) at Leos. You story and passion for bikes is awesome, I wish you the best of luck and PROMISE we will ride together in 2014. I need some details on the 50 day challenge, I am inspired to get my bike up and going sooner then later now..

    Tom Ethier

  31. Hi Paul,

    A true inspiration and example of the “Never Give Up” spirit of “Team Ruptured Buzzard.” Permission requested to give you a link from my website to yours? I have sent you a private message on LinkedIn to offer you some hospitality when and as you may pass through my area of operations.

    Also please note on my LinkedIn “INTERESTS” about – “Forming partnership connections to collaborate on a crowd-funded startup to establish a parts and GPS file depot at an Adventure Riding Colony on planet Mars. Visionary or lunatic – the difference is in the company you keep.”

    …we should talk….

    Rally on, my friend.

    Dave “Stovebolt” Jankowsky
    Victor, Idaho

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