Motorcycle Book Review: Revolutionary Ride by Lois Pryce

Posted: April 24, 2017 in Motorcycle, Motorcycle advocacy, Motorcycle Rides
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I have just completed reading the latest book from Lois Pryce, “Revolutionary Ride”, recording her solo motorcycle expedition to and through Iran.  The book vividly recounts her story of finding the truth about the “real” Iran while also accounting to why some of the stereotypes of the theocratic regime exists.  All in all a well-balanced story of modern Iran while also a great motorcycle adventure story!

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Lois Pryce at Timonium Motorcycle Show 2017

While I thoroughly enjoyed the writing style and prose in her last book, Revolutionary Rides is even more polished.  At many points in the book I could sense Lois’ excitement of the moment and of the people she met. Her story telling ability also allowed me to feel the palpable trepidation and fear when things went askew. 

Regardless of your affinity for motorcycles this is a good adventure story.  You will be doing yourself a disservice should you not purchase and read Lois Pryce’s latest effort.  I am giving Revolutionary Ride five stars.

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This is the second of her books that I have read.  Check out my review of “Red Tape & White Knuckles”.

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