About Throttle Travel
As a young adult, I loved to “wander.” By the age of 21, I visited Virginia, Ohio, Indiana, Missouri, Texas, Illinois, Kentucky, Kansas, and Pennsylvania. From there, I settled down, finished college, and started a rewarding accounting career. With my husband, we balanced opposite work shifts, raised an amazing daughter, I earned my MBA, obtain a CPA license, and my career quickly flourished.
Like most young families, we moved into a bigger home and juggled life demands. We purchased a home near a local Harley-Davidson dealership, and soon after moving in Harley-Davidson was celebrating their 100th anniversary. If you live in or near Milwaukee, you have been exposed to these “big” anniversary year parties. These milestone anniversary celebrations are fantastic. If you haven’t, it’s a must to add to your bucket list, no matter your interest for Harley-Davidson. This is the point where we discovered our love for Harley-Davidson’s brand and riding.
With our riding seasons in the Midwest being short and winters brutal, we dreamed of where to go and spent months planning our trips. My spark to be a “wanderer” resurfaced and I found myself traveling by motorcycle whenever and wherever I could. With friends, family, or groups, I began to discover my home state of Wisconsin. Once we became empty-nesters, the long-distance motorcycle trips started and I was sold.
Over the past decade, I’ve visited all states except for Alaska, Hawaii, and the states along the upper east coast and have racked over 90,000 miles. Other passions include running, volunteering and doing what I can to help rescued dogs. Now, after a long, successful, career helping companies move forward and thrive, I decided to venture out on my own. I look forward to using my “wandering passion” to plan your next “endless possibility.”