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About: Hank Bonecutter


    Hank BonecutterHank Bonecutter is a retired broadcaster and media consultant based in Clarksville, Tennessee.

    His career includes stints at WKDA/WKDF and WKQB Rock 106FM, WLAC-AM in Nashville.

    He concluded his career as owner/talk show host at WJZM-AM in Clarksville.

    Currently the President of Bonehead Promotions, he's an advertising consultant and media strategist.

    An avid motorcyclist, Hank blogs about his travels exclusively at www.clarksvillemotorcycle.com and www.clarksvilleonline.com

    You can follow Hank on on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/dodgintheroadkill/, on Twitter at https://twitter.com/?lang=en, and Instagram https://www.instagram.com/dodgetheroadkill/?hl=en

     

    Web Site: http://www.clarksvillesmotorcycle.com/
    Email: hbonecutter@clarksvilleonline.com



Hank Bonecutter's Articles:

    Austin Peay ROTC cadets excel at military summer programs

     

    Austin Peay State University - APSUClarksville, Tn –-Twelve Austin Peay ROTC students – including the University’s first-ever cadet to go to the Jungle Warfare School in Hawaii – attended multiple training schools during the summer.

    Austin Peay State University also sent its first cadet since 2006 to Army Mountain Warfare School in Vermont and the third and fourth cadets ever to U.S. Military Academy Cadet Summer Training at West Point, New York.

    Austin Peay State University ROTC

    Austin Peay State University ROTC

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    Devastating Fire Destroys Clarksville Online publishers Home

     

    Clarksville OnlineClarksville, TN – A fire that originated from a golf cart stored in an attached garage, has destroyed the home of Clarksville Online’s Publisher.

    Clarksville Online Fire

    The Destroyed Home

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    Dodging the Roadkill: Review – The Kentucky State Barbecue Festival

     

    Dodging the Roadkill - A Biker's JourneyDanville, KY – I discovered the Kentucky State Barbeque Festival quite by accident. 

    On a trip home from another assignment, I had the greater part of a day to kill.  In a search for events in Kentucky, I discovered this festival.  It was already in progress, and it was on my way home, so I took a beautiful ride through the Kentucky countryside and discovered Danville, Kentucky.

    Danville has a population of just under 17,000.  In 2011, Money Magazine placed Danville as the fourth best place to retire in the United States.

    It’s the home to Centre College, which hosted the U.S Vice Presidential debates in 2000, and 2012.

    Kentucky Barbeque Festival 2019

    Kentucky Barbecue Festival 2019

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    Dodging the Roadkill: The Kentucky State Barbecue Festival

     

    Dodging the Roadkill - A Biker's JourneyClarksville, TN – A couple of years ago, I had taken a trip to Madison Indiana.  Friends had told me there was some incredible riding opportunities there, with roads all along the Ohio river. 

    I was also planning to visit Jeffersonville, Indiana and interview their police department, which was starring on the A&E series, LivePD.

    The Jeffersonville interviews fell through, so I had some extra time on my hands and when I searched for nearby events that I could visit, the Kentucky State Barbecue Festival popped up.

    It’s held in Danville, Kentucky and was just a few hours from where I was, so off I went.   What a great decision that was!

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    Dodging the Roadkill: Rocky Mountain High – The Ride Home

     

    Dodging the Roadkill - A Biker's JourneyClarksville, TN – I spent three days in Ouray, Colorado with my friends, Kim and Craig.  Their hospitality was amazing!  Their home is beautiful, and with mountains at the front door, and mountains from the back deck, I couldn’t have been more blessed and fortunate.

    We spent the days riding the mountains, visiting Silverton and Durango Colorado and all points in between.  My only regret from my time in Ouray, is that i didn’t get out to visit any of the locals, or take a walk downtown.  I also didn’t visit one of their famous “hot springs.”

    As I said before, this part of the country gives you MANY reasons to come back again, and again. 

    Ouray Colorado

    Ouray Colorado

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    Dodging the Roadkill: Rocky Mountain High – Part 3

     

    Dodging the Roadkill - A Biker's JourneyClarksville, TN – When I agreed to go to Sturgis, that was all there was to it.  I would spend the week at the Rally and come home.

    Somewhere along the way, this adventure expanded into a full blown travel itinerary that included stops in Colorado Springs, and Ouray, Colorado.

    A couple of years ago, I met an Army veteran and his wife, Craig and Kim Kotzen. 

    Craig and I met through a mutual friend, and our love for motorcycles developed into a great friendship.  We’ve traveled several times to the Smoky Mountains where we’ve gotten to know each other better. 

    Ouray Colorado

    Ouray Colorado

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    Dodging the Roadkill: Rocky Mountain High – Part 2

     

    Dodging the Roadkill - A Biker's JourneyClarksville, TN – I landed in Colorado Springs at about 3:00pm after a long day in the saddle.  The ride was a mix of calm, cool traveling through Wyoming, then an absolute circus navigating down I-25 through Denver.  I was tired and ready for a shower.

    This would be my second visit to Colorado having been here in 2017.  It was magnificent then and it’s magnificent now.  Just having the Colorado mountains in the background makes it so beautiful.  And, the altitude reminds me that I’m not in Kansas anymore.

    Colorado Springs Lisa Sumner

    Colorado Springs Lisa Sumner

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    Dodging the Roadkill: Rocky Mountain High – Part 1

     

    Dodging the Roadkill - A Biker's JourneyClarksville, TN – I pulled out of the Iron Horse Inn at 5:30 on Friday morning.  I had already apologized to my neighbors the night before about firing up “black beauty” that early the next morning.  It was a cool, crisp morning and there was a “calm” in the air as I pulled out, on my way to Colorado Springs, Colorado.

    It was there that I would rendezvous with friends I had met through this blog.  After spending a couple of days there, I would then head over to Ouray, Colorado, where I would stay with friends for a couple of days.

    Make no mistake about it, I LOVE COLORADO!

    Wyoming

    Wyoming

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    Dodging the Roadkill: The Sturgis Chronicles – Part 7

     

    Dodging the Roadkill - A Biker's JourneyClarksville, TN – As soon as I started meeting other bikers in Sturgis, who came from all over the country, I quickly learned that everybody comes to this rally for different reasons. 

    Some came to be with friends that they only saw this time of the year.  Others came in groups to have a good time, see all the performers and just let their hair down.

    I met many couples who were making their way to the West Coast, where ultimately they were going to ride the Pacific Coast Highway in California.

    Me?  I came to ride and ride we did.

    Devils Tower.

    Devils Tower.

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    Dodging the Roadkill: The Sturgis Chronicles – Part 5

     

    Dodging the Roadkill - A Biker's JourneyClarksville, TN – It had been a long hot day for us when we landed in Rapid City. Black Hills Harley Davidson was an absolute CIRCUS!  It was the first indication of the crowds that were to dominate the week at the rally.

    I had become separated from my guys somewhere at the dealership and they were wanting to spend more time there than me, so I got back on my bike and punched up the address for the Iron Horse Inn.

    I arrived at about 2:30 and even though the reservations weren’t in my name, I had proof of my payment so they allowed me to check in. 

    Iron Horse Inn Sturgis

    Iron Horse Inn Sturgis

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