PRESIDENT’S COLUMN—Lee Becker
Stay active this offseason. Whether it be in your personal life, your physical activity, your riding, or with your family/close
friends.....try to stay as active as possible. These grey cold snowy months tend to get us down and lower our drive to stay ac-
tive. Let’s help each other out by staying busy and lively.
I hope everyone is meeting up with and getting the opportunity to hang out with friends and family this time of the year. Our club
provides a great sense of community but there is more to be had so search for more, more of what makes you happy. If you know
someone in need of company, somethings done around their house, let us know as we (as a club) might be able to help those people
out. We have the Procrastinators Party coming up in January and look forward to getting everyone together again. Have you set the
date in your calendar?
I hope everyone is getting a chance to get out and ride. The easiest way to avoid the dreaded Springtime cob webs is to not let them
build up in the first place. Get out and ride, whether it be a short blast around the Front Range, a weekend trip away, a fun ride up
Highway 105 or 115, anything to keep the motorcycle riding muscle memory intact. Even a stationary bike or bicycle ride would be
great for maintaining fitness and muscle memory. Yea, I know I sound like a drunken life-coach but everyone could use a little
reminder of the basic, positive actions necessary for living life. Why not take on a new workout routine or new physical activity this
winter, something to help keep your fitness up and to stimulate your mind?
Stay engaged, whether it be in your church, this club, your social circles, or civic duties we hope you are busy within your communi-
ty. Whatever your chosen community may be, I hope it keeps you happy and grounded this fall. Please take care this winter and
PLEASE don’t hesitate to reach out for help if you or someone we know needs a hand this fall.