When I started riding a motorcycle, I never thought of myself as a Covered Bridge kinda guy. Don’t get me wrong, they are interesting, but they aren’t all that uncommon throughout Pennsylvania. It wasn’t until I road out to my first one and posted the video to YouTube that I realized just how uncommon they were elsewhere in the country (not to mention the rest of the world).
Before I knew it, seeking out covered bridges in in my area became an enjoyable pastime and a great way to experience mini adventures on my Honda CB650F. As of the time of this writing I’ve visited five Pennsylvania Covered Bridges – each unique in their own way. It looks like I have roughly a half-dozen more to visit in my surrounding area and I really hope to do that before winter makes riding unpleasant.
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