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All Roads Lead To Sturgis: A Biker's Story (Book 1 in the Series) [Kindle Edition]

Edward Winterhalder
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Adopted to different families shortly after birth, identical twin brothers Scott and Henry grow to manhood having no idea that the other exists. They ultimately wind up on opposite sides of the fence, for Scott “Zipper” Conlon is a member of the Skuldmen, an outlaw motorcycle club, and Henry Baker is a federal law enforcement officer.

During a stakeout, when FBI agent Mitchell Gates observes Zipper leaving the apartment of a suspected terrorist, he implores his old Army buddy to learn what he can about the man. Although uncomfortable doing so, Zipper feels obligated, not only as an American, but because Gates saved his life during the first Gulf War. Due to the Skuldmen’s anti-law enforcement beliefs, they agree that their cooperation be kept secret.

A terrorist plot to kill thousands, combined with a woman’s revelation that Zipper is Henry Baker the cop, sets off a chain reaction that will shake the Skuldmen to the core, as the brothers react. In an unpredictable story of suspense, murder and mistaken identity, three tales merge into one during the biggest biker party of the year, when All Roads Lead to Sturgis.


This book is a work of fiction. All characters, motorcycle clubs, incidents and dialogue are drawn from the author’s imagination and are not to be considered as real. References to any person, event, establishment, organization or locale are only intended to provide a sense of authenticity and are used in a fictitious manner.


Edward Winterhalder lives in Oklahoma and is one of the world’s leading authorities on motorcycle clubs and the Harley Davidson biker lifestyle; his books are published in multiple languages and sold all over the world. He was a member, and/or an associate, of outlaw motorcycle clubs for almost thirty years. The creator and executive producer of the “Living on the Edge” documentary TV/DVD reality series, Winterhalder has appeared worldwide on television networks such as Bravo, Prime, CBC, Discovery, Fox, National Geogra-phic, History Channel, Global and History Television. In addition to his literary endeavors, he is a consultant to the entertainment industry for TV, feature film and DVD projects that focus on the Harley Davidson biker lifestyle.

James Richard Larson lives in Wisconsin and is a United States Navy veteran who served in the Vietnam War. An electrician and an avid Harley Davidson enthusiast his entire life, he is also the author of multiple books that feature the Viking lifestyle and Nordic mythology.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 689 KB
  • Print Length: 424 pages
  • Publisher: Blockhead City Press; 1st edition (1 Feb. 2009)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0032FOIB2
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #350,459 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars 3 July 2014
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4.0 out of 5 stars All Roads Lead to Sturgis 4 Feb. 2009
By Victor Preacher Shurtz - Published on
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This is true Motorcycle Fiction. This is a story about two identical twins seperated at birth; neithed one knowing about the other: One is a Biker; The other is a Cop. That concept intrigued me. Ed has written a story that I think will be well recieved by our community. This is really two, somethimes three, stories rolled into one. We have the Biker, We have the cop, and We have the bad guy. Ed did a good job of welding these stories together giving us a book that I think everybody will enjoyed. [...] Good job ED.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A Thriller, with Overlapping Tales and Twists - Fascinating 2 May 2009
By Graham D. Lincoln - Published on
I like, to only skim book jacket info, so that I get the "gist" of a story line. I try not to read too much about a story, before I read it. I hate plot spoilers, so .... As I read this book, one of the main plot twists was a true surprise, to me! However those who do read the jacket info, reviews, and such will still be surprised, regardless.

James Richard Larson and co-author, Edward Winterhalder spin an amazing set of tales which converge, giving a great climax, at the end.

Nothing better than a great climax, but the build up is fantastic!

The book starts with some heavy, dramatic back story, instead of dumping us, "in medias res" (into the middle of the story). Once you get through the traumatic, opening chapters, and the main character is established, you will be feeling him, throughout the unfolding tale. In fact, I like the back story set up, instead of using in medias res, followed by flashbacks. The authors chose, wisely, to set up the story, as a continuing saga (versus using flashbacks). You'll understand, as you follow "Zipper" through the years. Furthermore feeling him leads to emotional attachment, as he goes through his journey.

Once I got through the traumatic beginning, I could not put the book down. I stayed up, knowing I had to be at work, early. I finished this book, in a couple of days, because the ride was fantastic.

I really enjoy the Biker Culture Revelations and detailed interactions, between bikers, non-bikers, and law enforcement. Most of all, I liked the fact that the stories are plausible, and they all converge, into one (that's Craftsmanship).

Usually I can tell where movies and books are going, so I think, "and this is when _____ will happen," but All Roads Lead To Sturgis: A Biker's Story kept me guessing. If I started thinking, "and now....," BAM--a Twist appears, in the story line, so my interest was retained. I think this would make a great movie!

As an initiate, of various orders and societies, I really enjoyed Zipper's journey, from bike mechanic, to Patch wearing, club Biker. This book is thrilling, from a sociological perspective, if you are an "egghead." Something, for everyone, including Uncle Sam employees, Masons, and Vets.

It is difficult, to review, without giving away the goodies. However there are many gems, in this book, and--as a writer--I truly enjoy the Style! Larson honed his skills, on other books, such as The Right Thing and his Viking series (Wolfgar: The Story of a Viking & The Eye of Odin). Winterhalder is The Man, on biker culture, but Larson rides, as well. Together they are a perfect team, and this book is a joy, to read.

If the Biker culture, plot twists, and other incentives are not enough, to get you to read this book...there are also some serious Terrorism aspects which place the book, into the realm of Reality, and cause loyalty issues to arise.

So whatever side of The Law you are on, or whatever your perspective, I believe you will enjoy this book. Truly a tale that almost anyone will enjoy, especially if you love Thrillers.

I am tamping my foot, for "The Mirror: A Biker's Story II".... ! Can't wait. Google the authors, for interview links and information.
5.0 out of 5 stars All Roads lead to Sturgis 4 Mar. 2012
By Robert Mulcahy - Published on
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When I first started reading, thought not another book about bike gangs. I was 100% wrong this book really is a great read. Yes there is a bike gang but it works well with the story line. Everything does come together at the end some parts did not see coming together at all.

Ed has a way of making you feel for all the characters and become part of the story.
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5.0 out of 5 stars All Roads Lead to Sturgis 11 Mar. 2009
By V. Morales - Published on
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Ed did it again with an excellent novel about twin brothers separated at birth, one becoming a Biker and the other becoming a law officer. The story line kept me from putting the book down, I had to continue reading to find out what was going to happen next. I highly recommend this book to everyone.
3.0 out of 5 stars Book 1...Can't work out the title 19 Nov. 2012
By Mark_251 - Published on
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Why did all roads lead to sturgis? The tale is gripping enough to keep the reader occupyied. I thought the ending was a bit far fetched. Could have gone into better detail...don't get me started on book 2 the Mirror...LSD at its finest..then followed by book 3...the writer found his thoughts..and kept it going.
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