U.S. ride has a reason

Attorney Bob Burlison, Jr. of La Canada Flintridge, 60, at Lutheran Church of the Foothills with his new BMW GTL 1600 motorcycle, talks with LC AM Kiwanis members in La Canada Flintridge on Wednesday, April 17, 2013. Burlison will embark on a fundraising, 1,400-mile road trip across the entire lower 48 U.S. states that will break the Guinness Record for continuous motorcycle driving in one country. The trip will raise funds for the KURE project, which aims to eradicate tetanus. Burlison begins his trip in May and will be on the road for about two-and-a-half months.

( Raul Roa / Staff Photographer / April 17, 2013 )

Attorney Bob Burlison, Jr. of La Canada Flintridge, 60, at Lutheran Church of the Foothills with his new BMW GTL 1600 motorcycle, talks with LC AM Kiwanis members in La Canada Flintridge on Wednesday, April 17, 2013. Burlison will embark on a fundraising, 1,400-mile road trip across the entire lower 48 U.S. states that will break the Guinness Record for continuous motorcycle driving in one country. The trip will raise funds for the KURE project, which aims to eradicate tetanus. Burlison begins his trip in May and will be on the road for about two-and-a-half months.

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