A bickering Peggy and Hank see a marriage counselor who asks them to address control issues in their relationship. The counselor recommends the couple focus on a dream they share. Hank and Peggy realize their dream is to buy a motorcycle and bike across the country.
At the bike shop, Hank and Peggy befriend a tough biker group and accepts the groupÃ¢ï¿½ï¿½s invitation to ride across country. On the road, Peggy gets tired of having to hang onto Hank and demands that they take turns in front. But Hank insists that it's not manly for a husband to hold onto his wife.
Hank and Peggy realize they are in over their heads when the biker guys get rough. Hank's glasses get cracked when the bikers get too rough, and Hank is forced to let Peggy drive home. On their trip back, Peggy describes the beautiful scenery to a grateful Hank, who professes his love for his wife.