Ridin' High, Livin' Free: Hell-Raising Motorcycle Stories

Ridin' High, Livin' Free: Hell-Raising Motorcycle Stories

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Ridin' High, Livin' Free: Hell-Raising Motorcycle Stories 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 17 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A very well written book addicting and fun to read. The way it's written it's more like a movie reel in your head.
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Waits for Kristen
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great tales and well written... some true some not(?)
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Guest More than 1 year ago
Another book showing what life is like throghout the years. Sonny Barger again tells it like it is. His opinions and stories of confrontation and survival is inspiring.
Guest More than 1 year ago
My husband and I have followed such stories since the late 60's. We were intrigued with Sonny's first book. We could not put it down. We were so excited to read his second book but we were unhappy to find that most of the stories were from other people. It is not what you would expect and it is not at all like his first. All of the best material was used in his first book and the second is more of the 'scraps' left over.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I read this book cover to cover and then read it again.... It is far from boring. The stories and characters of this book come from a special breed of Americans. These are the types of Americans who settled the west. They are their own men and women and these stories of theirs could be told by only this man. He was there through all of the roadhouse brawls to the Altimont. Is there a danger in making heros of such folks - I think there is a danger in not giving them the credit they are due - Just for being the amazing people they are. It would be a pretty awful world without them (shades of Orwell's "1984"). I'd just like to be able to give it more than 5 stars...
Guest More than 1 year ago
I rather enjoyed Barger's first book. I have followed his career since the early days being a motorcyclist from California since the early 60's. Unfortunately, everything interesting that he had to say was apparently related in the first book. This book is filled with a bunch of rather boring 'so what,' in many cases not particularly well written stories.