Experienced Minnesota motorcyclist goes missing on cross-country trip
SWIFT, Minn.— The family of a Minnesota motorcyclist traveling cross-country is growing concerned after not seeing or hearing from him for two days.
62-year-old Sidney Joslyn left for a road trip on his bike on July 5th with his girlfriend.
The couple was riding through Salt Lake City, when she says they lost each other on the road.
Joslyn's girlfriend waited for him at rest stops, but he never showed.
Family has checked in with local hospitals, with no luck.
Josyln's family says it's unusual that he hasn't even turned on his phone.
Joslyn is also an experienced motorcyclist who has ridden hundreds of thousands of miles across the United States.
He was last seen riding through Salt Lake City on Interstate 15.
His bike is a two-tone green 1999 Road Star Silverado.
If you know anything about where Joslyn may be, you can contact the Roseau County Sheriff's Office at (218) 463-1421.