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Wanderlust still grips Linton. A nomad by nature, he is always looking for an excuse to hop on a bike and set off across the country to discover something new. He has traveled extensively throughout the lower 48 states on two wheels and generally attends as many major rallies per year as possible. His photographs have enjoyed International acclaim and can be found at galleries, museums, and rallies around the world. For more of his visual work, please visit the ArtBiker website at www.ArtBiker.com
Love, Respect, and Ride Safe,
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