About John Reuter

AlaskaHello, Back in January 2011, I was 49 and diagnosed with Macular Degeneration in both my eyes. my left eye being the worst not being able to see out of it. My right eye was ok but I could not see straight lines any more. Knowing that time was not on my side I decided to go on the ride of a lifetime while I still could. I have traveled over 100,000 miles on my Harley over the years all around this great country we live in and one day make that big trip to Alaska. So I decided to do it now even with the challenges of using one eye. These are the stories and pictures I took on the way as I left Long Island N.Y. on my solo trip to Alaska and back.

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7 thoughts on “About John Reuter

  1. Gerald McCarty June 14, 2011 / 10:55 am

    WOW, I.m sorry to hear about your condition but glad you got this trip in and well documented. I’m gmc on the forum and have been trying to decide if I want to do this since I’m now 67 and you just never know what life throws at you. I’m close to 500k on motorcycles.

    I hope the best for your health.

  2. Laura August 10, 2011 / 3:46 pm

    Hi John, It’s Laura from Motors and Armatures. I am really glad you gave me your web site address : ) This is really cool and your trip looked to be awesome. The pictures are breath taking. Thanks for sharing and take care of yourself. Hey you never know maybe your eye sight will stay as is and not get any worse. Take care of yourself ! Laura

  3. Anonymous April 7, 2012 / 8:31 am

    Great story. I did the Alcan in ’08 and ’10. Your pics brought back some memories for me.

    Best wishes and ride as long as you can.

  4. Mike Mosca February 9, 2013 / 9:33 pm

    John, thanks for sharing your trip, i am planning on going in the summer of 2013, Good luck to you, ride as long as you can and lets hope the docs are wrong….

    • John Reuter February 12, 2013 / 9:41 pm

      Good luck with ride. I hope you get to go. My riding days are getting shorter and shorter but still hanging in there

  5. Anonymous May 29, 2013 / 8:23 pm

    What an enormous trip. Pictures are breathtaking. Don’t give up on hope. My days of riding are short as well, I have cancer, but never giving up. Good luck.

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