Ghost, who is Paul Anderson among non-bikers, is a middle-aged, long-haired, technogeek, biker living in the thriving metropolis of Ann Arbor, Michigan (USA).
Ghost started riding on a moped back in high school, and rode a friend’s Honda 250 quite a bit while in college at Michigan Tech. He did very little riding for several years after college, but picked up a Kawasaki KZ 750LTD back in 1991. At the time, he was living in Milwaukee, WI in the shadow of the Harley-Davidson headquarters, so the temptation to purchase a Harley was pretty strong. He eventually gave in to that temptation and purchased a ’92 FLSTC in 1993.
When not riding, Ghost actually works for a living. He is formally trained as a technical writer but got pushed into a few software development tasks back in 2006 and has been doing that ever since. He likes to joke that he’s not really a software developer but he could play one on TV.
Since riding is a seasonal passtime in Michigan, Ghost engages in other hobbies in months that are less-than-ideal for riding. Such activities include fictional composition and another hopelessly geeky hobby: model railroading.
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