This is a book about what happens when you come to a crossroads in life, when the kids grow up, a divorce happens, you retire, or you just decide to make more time for yourself (and less for your job). This is what the author writes about when, like many people in their 40's and above he found his girls grown up and himself watching too much TV. He returned to the hobby of his youth (motorcycling) and along the way tells us a little about his life, his philosophy and his view on the Discovery Channel show American Choppers (The author refers to it as a "soap opera for men"). Like all books with philosophy in them, there might be one or two things you don't agree with, but in general, this is a great book for those of us who are 40 and over, because the kids will grow up, you will retire someday, and you will end up wondering what to do with the next phase of your life. Puts the phrase "Mid-life crisis" (The author is NOT going through one) in a whole new light.
P.S. The stories from Jeff's road adventures are equally as entertaining as the stories of his lifes adventures.