Anyone who's ridden over a million miles on a motorcycle is going to have stories--and lots of them. Still, Tiger Edmonds tells us that if he can have only one or two more shots at penning recollections of his cross-country trips, he might get it right. That's like Bob Dylan saying that if he could only write a couple more dozen ballads he might master the form. This book is filled with just what fans of Tiger's first book, Longrider, loved: pithy observations about what America has become, startlingly beautiful descriptions of America's roads and the people on them, and candid vignettes that find plenty of positive character traits in non-CEOs and other denizens of the economic downside--scootertrash, in Tiger's terms. Just don't expect political correctness.