Surviving 24 hours on an ancient Honda XR400 in the upstate New York woods.
As kids growing up, the older brother was the mastermind behind a lot of “good” ideas, whether it was a homemade zip line over a pond or a new backyard jump. The younger sibling always played along with the idea, regardless of any possibly disastrous outcomes. This latest idea was no different.
“We should race a 24-hour race,” Logan suggested. Just the idea should have raised alarms. Then he added, “Oh, and let’s go find an old Scott Summers-style Honda XR, fix it up, and ride that the whole 24 hours on it, full retro-style. I mean, how hard can it be?”
How could little brother Jordan say no?
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