Born to ride


Larry Curtner, a lifelong resident of Sidney, drives his Harley-Davidson trike down North Miami Avenue with his boxer, beagle mix dog, Sweetie, in tow on Friday, Oct. 9. Curtner had a hole cut into his Bush Tec trailer for Sweetie to stick her head out of and a motorcycle windshield attached to keep bugs and other debris from getting into Sweetie’s eyes. Curtner adopted Sweetie from the Shelby County Animal Shelter five years ago. Curtner also added a Green Bay Packers decal to the trailer. Curtner has been a fan of the Green Bay Packers for 55 years.

Larry Curtner, a lifelong resident of Sidney, drives his Harley-Davidson trike down North Miami Avenue with his boxer, beagle mix dog, Sweetie, in tow on Friday, Oct. 9. Curtner had a hole cut into his Bush Tec trailer for Sweetie to stick her head out of and a motorcycle windshield attached to keep bugs and other debris from getting into Sweetie’s eyes. Curtner adopted Sweetie from the Shelby County Animal Shelter five years ago. Curtner also added a Green Bay Packers decal to the trailer. Curtner has been a fan of the Green Bay Packers for 55 years.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Larry Curtner, a lifelong resident of Sidney, drives his Harley-Davidson trike down North Miami Avenue with his boxer, beagle mix dog, Sweetie, in tow on Friday, Oct. 9. Curtner had a hole cut into his Bush Tec trailer for Sweetie to stick her head out of and a motorcycle windshield attached to keep bugs and other debris from getting into Sweetie’s eyes. Curtner adopted Sweetie from the Shelby County Animal Shelter five years ago. Curtner also added a Green Bay Packers decal to the trailer. Curtner has been a fan of the Green Bay Packers for 55 years.

Larry Curtner, a lifelong resident of Sidney, drives his Harley-Davidson trike down North Miami Avenue with his boxer, beagle mix dog, Sweetie, in tow on Friday, Oct. 9. Curtner had a hole cut into his Bush Tec trailer for Sweetie to stick her head out of and a motorcycle windshield attached to keep bugs and other debris from getting into Sweetie’s eyes. Curtner adopted Sweetie from the Shelby County Animal Shelter five years ago. Curtner also added a Green Bay Packers decal to the trailer. Curtner has been a fan of the Green Bay Packers for 55 years.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2020/10/web1_SDN101020DogBike.jpgLarry Curtner, a lifelong resident of Sidney, drives his Harley-Davidson trike down North Miami Avenue with his boxer, beagle mix dog, Sweetie, in tow on Friday, Oct. 9. Curtner had a hole cut into his Bush Tec trailer for Sweetie to stick her head out of and a motorcycle windshield attached to keep bugs and other debris from getting into Sweetie’s eyes. Curtner adopted Sweetie from the Shelby County Animal Shelter five years ago. Curtner also added a Green Bay Packers decal to the trailer. Curtner has been a fan of the Green Bay Packers for 55 years. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News