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Charles Lindbergh: Aviator, Inventor, Motorcyclist

‟Science, freedom, beauty, adventure: what more could you ask for?”

Charles Lindbergh, 1927

Charles Lindbergh, 1927

It seems only fitting that America's first great aviator and adventurer, Charles Lindbergh,was also passionate about motorcycles at a young age. When he was in high school, he bought a twin-cylinder 1920 model Excelsior motorcycle from a local hardware store in Minnesota.

Lindbergh's Love of Motorcycles

Lindbergh's Love of Motorcycles

Widely considered the first aviator to have the ‟right stuff” necessary for the first transatlantic flight, he was also a celebrated inventor. As the technical advisor for Ford Motor Companies, he built and improved technologies that helped the transportation industry grow in leaps and bounds during the industrial revolution.

Lindberg's Excelsior

Lindberg's Excelsior

Lindbergh's work was revolutionary because he was an aviator who helped build technologies for aviators. Much in the same way, the EatSleepRIDE App was built by people who ride motorcycles for people who ride motorcycles.

We share Lindbergh's vision of advancing our industry for future generations. Lindbergh would have liked the EatSleepRIDE App and CrashLight technology; apparently he was a reckless driver, although he never crashed.

Visit the EatSleepRIDE Motorcycles App site to learn more.

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marina

131 months ago

Why are so many pilots also motorcycle riders?

alex

131 months ago

Got to love that quote - bought his first motorcycle in a Minnesota hardware store. Those days are long gone

alex

131 months ago

America's first great aviator? What about the wright brothers?